Republished with permission from the Legislative Gazette. Among the numerous issues faced this year, the unjust treatment of people who are Black and Black indigenous people of color (BIPOC) by law enforcement has been heavily discussed. While demands for police reform have spanned decades, this year has resulted in Americans […]
Reposted with permission from The Legislative Gazette. As early voting kicks into gear and Election Day approaches, New York’s general election for the 41st District’s State Senate seat puts two small business owners in the race. Democrat Karen Smythe challenges Republican incumbent Sue Serino to represent the mid-Hudson Valley this […]
Republished with permission from The Legislative Gazette. George Amedore Jr., New York Senator of the 46th District, has held office since 2014 but will not seek re-election this year. As a result, three candidates are on the ballot in a battle to occupy the vacant seat: Richard Amedure, Michelle Hinchey, […]
Republished with permission from the Legislative Gazette. In New York’s 19th Congressional District the election between Antonio Delgado (D) and Kyle Van De Water (R) seems to be a dog fight in the making. Incumbent Delgado is looking to take advantage and dominate a predominantly democratic area in New York’s […]
Brett Barry, a lecturer in the SUNY New Paltz Digital Media and Journalism (DMJ) department, has produced an episode for the Kaatscast podcast about the Samuel Dorsky Museum’s new exhibit. The installation focuses on Polish dissident artist Jan Sawka, who is former DMJ lecturer Hanna Sawka’s father. The artist’s work […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has swept across the United States, with the respect of nurses skyrocketing in every facet. A current nurse describes the turmoil, two students try to virtually learn, while another student takes on the frontlines: what does this mean for them? You walk through the sliding doors at […]
The coronavirus pandemic has completely changed the way you live your life, since you are stuck in self-quarantine alone or with your family. Going out to the grocery store to stock up on essential items can be a risky and caution-filled endeavor. You have become over-protective of your supply of […]
Same Same, But Different All videos were made as part of SUNY New Paltz Professor Robert Harris’ Field Production class. These short films show student’s interpretations of life during a national pandemic. Corona Time by Johnny Stimmel Flashing Lights by Olayinka Daramola HBDAY-19 by Taylor Dillon defensive entrances by Rebecca […]
As part of her digital storytelling class with SUNY New Paltz Professor Kimberly Ruth, Megan Wilson has developed this short film about the novel coronavirus.
Image courtesy of JenMetzger.com Reposted with permission from The Legislative Gazette State Sen. Jen Metzger, D-Rosendale, will hold a series of informational online livestream videos in collaboration with experts geared toward informing Hudson Valley and Catskills residents about the novel coronavirus outbreak. The schedule for the series is every Tuesday […]
This video was made for SUNY New Paltz Professor Kimberly Ruth’s Digital Storytelling Class. Speller investigates the global and educational effects of COVID-19 on the world.
Amber Elson is revolutionizing the curly hair scene as a freelance stylist and an undergraduate student at SUNY New Paltz. “My experience inspired me to never allow women to feel the same way I did,” said the young entrepreneur, Amber Elson, who’s 20 and a sophomore at SUNY New Paltz. […]
Click through these maps to find out about local food resources, grocery hours for higher-risk individuals, farms, food pantries and COVID-19 case information.
By: Greg Allen, Athletic Communications Assistant The State University of New York at New Paltz softball team was primed to fight for the program’s first conference championship in 2020. Bringing back the bulk of its roster after a historic 2019 season, expectations were set high for the Hawks. Led by a […]
By: Sarah Swift, Athletic Communications The State University of New York (SUNY) at New Paltz women’s lacrosse team started its 2020 season showing true strength as a team with high hopes of advancing further than it ever had before. The Hawks earned two exciting wins early against St. Joseph’s College-Long […]
The State University of New York at New Paltz baseball team was excited to begin a bounce-back season in 2020, led by its senior leaders in ace Anthony Amorso, reigning All-SUNYAC selection Matthew McGee, outfielders Julian Francisco and Matt Warshaw, pitchers Justin Halper and Mat Triebel, and catcher Reid Oreste. […]
Reposted with permission from The Legislative Gazette By Emma Misiaszek Despite layoffs, a loss of revenue and grim economic projections, a majority of upstate New York business owners agree that public health is the most important thing right now, and that the economy can wait. In a poll Sponsored by […]