Andrew Cuomo defended his seat as governor of New York against challenger Robert Astorino. Cuomo received 54 percent of the vote to Astorino’s 41 percent, pulling 1,918,744 democratic votes to Astorino’s Republican 1,442,655, according to The Associated Press. Cuomo, a Democrat elected as governor in 2010, has committed his term […]

Beginning this coming session, copies of legislative bills will now be electronically distributed when the New York Legislature is in session, after Ballot Proposal 2 was passed by voters Tuesday in New York. According to the Associated Press, more than 2.164 million people voted in favor while 634,147 voted against […]

Originally posted October 27, 2014 in the Legislative Gazette. SUNY campuses across the state announced they would be implementing policy modifications as a precautionary measure against Ebola. In a memo sent to campus officials, Chancellor Nancy Zimpher said the statewide network of colleges will be taking several measures to address the Ebola […]

Lt. Dan Choi has been referred to as a cadet, a soldier, an activist, a political figure, a pothead, a heavy drinker, a terrorist, a grand marshal, a saint, and a sinner. Now, Lt. Choi is a student and a candidate for the board of trustees at the City College […]

Battle lines have been drawn.  New York has entered the final phase of the siting process to determine where in the Catskill/ Hudson Valley Region the next casino will be authorized. Residents from all corners of the region, even some from outside, attended the public comment event last month in Poughkeepsie to discuss […]

By Harris Yudin   For third-­year communication disorders student and SUNY New Paltz Relay For Life co-chairperson Alexa Bourous, Relay For Life is about more than just raising money. It is about making an effort to take down the very thing that has greatly affected her family. Bourous lost her […]

  Following the approval of a new constitutional amendment by voters in November 2013, New York is set to approve four resort-style casinos across the state this fall. The casinos will be spread across three regions, with one casino built in each region. New Paltz falls into the Catskills/ Hudson […]

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By Ella Graffin People herded into the streets of Manhattan from all over the world on The International Day of Peace, Sunday Sept. 21, to take a stand against a complicated climate battle. Bill McKibben, founder of 350.org, called this battle “a desperate fight, but a beautiful one.” Hundreds of […]

As acts of public violence occur frequently on college campuses across the country, SUNY New Paltz responds with updated safety plans for faculty, staff and students. Emergency management at the university is a response to the tragic events at Virginia Tech and other higher education institutions. SUNY New Paltz administrators look at […]

Geologists from across the North-eastern U.S. gather at the Geological Society of America conference every spring to share their research. Students and professors of the SUNY New Paltz Geology department gave presentations at the 49th North Eastern Geological Society of America (GSA) conference in Lancaster, Pa. from March 23 to […]

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