The New Paltz Cultural Collective is attempting to make a comeback. Since the group’s beginning in 2004, the collective has had a turbulent run filled with its fair share of ups and downs. At its core the collective has always been a place fostering a sense of culture within the […]

Demian Steltz, 27, is an aspiring music producer and rapper from Kingston, N.Y. Ian Kane takes an inside look at his music and what motivates it: examining Steltz’s troubled past and how he’s using it to push himself and his music career forward. Click here to listen to “Sweet Sounds […]

In the midst of two important file-sharing trials, students at SUNY New Paltz are still losing their internet access for illegally sharing files on campus. Steven Pomoryn, a third-year business major, lost his internet access for two days after he accidentally left BearShare, his peer-to-peer program on, and uploaded “The […]

Students at SUNY New Paltz scheduled to finish their degrees in December 2009 will not have the option of commencement at the end of the year. According to Director of Media Relations Eric Gullickson, the college has been faced with multiple cuts in its base operating budget and financial action […]

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Listen to ” Gender-Neutral Housing ” here: The club’s name may be GAMES, but when it comes to advocacy, they’re all business. Gender Awareness Movement Enacted by Students, GAMES, is a student advocacy group raising awareness about gender identity and expression to meet the needs of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, […]

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The limited availability of housing on the New Paltz campus has left students with two options: live on campus for four years or move off campus. Transfer students do not even currently have the option of living on campus because there is simply no room for them. Plans for new […]

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Andrew Lipkowitz is a Dec. 2008 graduate of SUNY New Paltz’s journalism program. Since graduating, he has applied to over 100 jobs, from journalism to public relations, marketing, advertising and even secretarial positions. Only recently did he find a part-time job at an insurance company. In New York State, the […]

You have to be passionate about what you do. This seems to be the age-old mantra for getting ahead in life. And it is, perhaps, even more necessary for student journalists. Holding the title of “journalist” is not to be taken lightly as you hold the irreplaceable task of informing […]

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By Tiffany Riccio What does springtime mean? The mild weather of mid-April makes hearts, hardened by cold winter weather, fill with desire. Flowers push their way through soil to finally breathe air and soak up some sun. Baby animals are everywhere, inspiring coos of delight. So are floral print dresses, […]

It was strange. Well, maybe just unexpected. I slowly made my way into the car-jammed parking lot at 2:33 pm the Friday after Thanksgiving, hating myself for choosing to do a story on shopping malls, or America, depending on how you look at it. I was hoping to catch a […]

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It’s difficult to open a business in today’s economy. In a time when many are cutting back on extra spending, it’s especially hard to open a restaurant and even more so in a college town. One New Paltz eatery, however, is thriving. Rock Da Pasta opened its doors last January […]

He sat down at the bar and ordered a pint. Removing his gloves, he turned and nodded at his pals. “You seen any of my brothers?” “Not since yesterday,” replied the bartender, serving him his Budweiser. “But it’s not even noon so I expect them soon enough.” Chuckling, he buried […]

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Brittany LaChausse is looking at more than $45,000 in student loans when she graduates in Spring 2010. Instead of graduating with bright economic prospects, the SUNY New Paltz student from Beaver Falls, N.Y. will be looking at a Cadillac Escalade-sized debt, with no idea how long she will have to […]

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In these past five months, we, as a team at The Little Rebellion, have learned about running a publication. It has been an incredible experience, but the semester is now coming to an end.

Students and Faculty speak out against sexual assault first New Paltz accountability forum.
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Every year on Columbus Day weekend, the Huntington Fall Festival comes back! Check out this photo essay by Gabby Gagliano!

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