FunnyorDie.com is a Web site that features unique and hilarious videos that viewers can vote on. Viewers have the power to decide the fate of videos by voting whether it is “funny” or if it should, yes, you guessed it, “die.” This site features a combination of original and exclusive […]

Independent filmmakers and the YouTube generation have received a helping hand from the folks at IndyMogul.com. The site focuses on those who love movies and want to create special effects without breaking the bank. With videos on low-budget filmmaking tips and tricks, their backyard special effects (BFX), are a cheap […]

The Mohonk Preserve will sponsor an introduction to Project FeederWatch on Saturday, Oct. 31, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Program FeederWatch is a winter-long survey of birds organized by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in which anyone can participate from the comfort of their own home. “It’s a really phenomenal […]

After the first victory of the season, many college teams celebrate by drinking gallons upon gallons of free alcohol. Not the SUNY New Paltz Women’s Rugby team. They would much rather jump off steep cliffs into 45 degree water. On a recent Sunday afternoon about half the team trekked to […]

Audio production hardware and software have progressed significantly giving modern recordings a smooth crisp sound. But what kind of a toll has this new technology taken on the record industry as a whole? It’s hard to say with complete certainty, but conclusions can be drawn from noticeable trends, and I’ll […]

As many who read or watch the news have noticed, the medium is evolving rapidly. Due to a combination of consumer demand and technological advances, news has become a 24 hour, instantaneous, interactive information portal that can be accessed from the palm of your hand. This is not a bad […]

Adam Bosch is a full-time reporter for the Times Herald Record and a part-time journalism professor at SUNY New Paltz. Before graduating from college Bosch was diagnosed with Hutchinson’s disease, a blood cancer. Aramis Grant reports on Bosch’s challenge with being diagnosed and  how his life has changed.

Communications professor Brett Barry has been in the voice acting business for many years. He incorporates his love of editing with his love for voice acting in his home studio. In this piece, reporter Sarah Calandra Fine interviews Barry about experiences.

Click here to listen to “Sole Survivor” At 18-years-old Eddie Devitt was a passenger in his friends car when they collided into a toll booth on the Newburgh- Beacon Bridge.  A sole survivor of this drunk driving accident, Devitt talks about the accident and his road to recovery in this […]

Shoes on display bore the same dirt they acquired when those “more fortunate” had walked in them. Tired clothing hung against the dingy, pegboard walls. A few television sets like the one from my grandparents’ house when I was 4 stood untouched, as if they had grown roots into ripped […]

It is easy to drown in the sea of digital media content. For anyone looking for senseless entertainment, we have the ever popular YouTube. For information-savvy minds, we have TED.com. TED, short for Technology, Entertainment and Design, is owned by a private nonprofit organization called The Sapling Foundation. Founded in […]

The concept of social networking has been evolving rapidly over the past 10 years. Remember commenting, blogging and picture sharing? Now 140 characters or less is all it takes to become an internet celebrity. Twitter’s Web site states that its main function is to “stay connected with friends, relatives, and […]

These five videos were made for Professor Howard Good’s Media Ethics class. In them, students dissect different ethical dilemmas in the media. Death by Photography: A Kevin Carter Case Study By Melissa Hernan, Eric Turner, Eric Karnis and Tiffany Riccio Description: Four Media Ethics students take on the ethics case […]

“Our word of the week is inspire,” the instructor called out over the pulsing beat of dance music that ricocheted off the walls and mirrors of the packed dance studio. “Who inspires you?  Be strong, finish this for them!” she shouted. Welcome to willPower and Grace, the group fitness class […]

So now I was at George Washington’s Revolutionary era headquarters in the dilapidated downtown area of Newburgh, New York. About 20 parents and children were packed tightly into what used to be Washington’s dining room. Washington spent 16 and a half months here with his wife and troops waiting for […]

Idris Tawfiq was once a Roman Catholic priest and teacher in Britain. Today, he is a devout Muslim living in Egypt. Since his conversion, he has spent his time traveling around the world to tell his story and promote interfaith dialogue and religious understanding. On March 3, during Tawfiq’s first […]

The sheep, cows, horses, goats, ducks, turkeys and pigs soaked up the warmth of the sunshine, seemingly unaware of where they had come from. The rabbits were keeping cool in their wooden houses. In the past six months, most of these animals were forced to leave their homes because of […]

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Stumped on what to get your loved ones this holiday season? Don’t just immediately turn to Amazon — walk outside your dorm on Thursdays and check out some of these local student businesses! https://thelittlerebellion.com/index.php/2022/12/a-guide-to-gift-giving-at-the-suny-new-paltz-market/

Every New Paltz student loves buying things at the market every Thursday. Ever wonder how you could set up your own stand? Sydney Rockwood gives you the steps to pursue your passions and set up shop! Read now ☀️ https://thelittlerebellion.com/index.php/2022/12/pursue-your-side-hustle-at-the-thursday-market/

Endy Cepeda from the Legislative Gazette delivers a run-down of the rise of sports betting in New York State in our latest upload. Read here! https://thelittlerebellion.com/index.php/2022/11/mobile-sports-betting-scores-profits-for-new-york-state/

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