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One of the biggest problems I had transferring from a two-year community college to a four-year school was finding housing. As transfer students, many of my friends and I were not granted housing for this school year. We were scared, we didn’t know where we were going to live, and […]

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Pity for smokers has been low on the list of society’s concerns, especially in New York. Not only is smoking banned in all public indoor areas throughout New York, but smokers are also branded with a stigma. Now, on top of the already extreme New York state tobacco tax, smokers […]

Ronald Yurista described his son as “wild.” Few would probably argue after hearing the story of the time TrevorYurista rode a motorcycle down the hallway of his high school as part of a senior class prank. One of his former principals echoed this view, saying that while Yurista was always […]

To understand why a runner runs, you really have to be one yourself. A lot of people see running as an unpleasant exercise routine they try their hardest to avoid, turning to gym appliances as supplements. For many, running is just a chore and they can’t comprehend why someone would […]

When two planes crashed into the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, America was forever changed. America invaded Iraq and the president soon declared “Mission Accomplished.” But over five years later our troops are still there and the mission remains unfinished. No weapons of mass destruction were found, but […]

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It’s almost 1 a.m. on a Friday and Mike Christianson is just waking up from a much needed nap. He hops into his ‘90s Chevy Lumina Minivan sporting a picture of a donkey with a line through it and heads into town. His mission: help people who shouldn’t be driving […]

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Presidents generally don’t get a break. The comment President Obama made while sitting on Jay Leno’s couch about his bowling being “…like the Special Olympics or something,” encouraged yet another knee-jerk reaction from the media. His comment was unprofessional and unnecessary and he immediately apologized for it. Ever since Obama […]

In August 2008, the Harold Independent School District in northern Texas announced that it was considering allowing certain teachers to carry concealed weapons during school hours. The small school with a little more than 100 students said it was to prevent violence, although they have never had an incident. The […]

Lisa Phillips is a freelance writer for the New York Times, Boston Globe and several other media outlets. She has a four-year-old daughter; her husband is an artist and a museum consultant who works for contractors at various museums across the country. He also runs his own Web design business. […]

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Many professors may seem to live quiet lives. But Dennis Doherty, the creative writing program coordinator at SUNY New Paltz, has taken his experiences in the Navy in the late 1970s and applied them to his teaching and poetry since he began working for the school in 1987. Doherty, 52, […]

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Santa sits with sunglasses on as children get their picture taken on his lap for free. Wood burns in a fire pit a few feet away. Later, there will be a tree lighting ceremony and Christmas carols will be sung by a local singer/songwriter. Parents and children gather with hot […]

By Hope Still The call of duty leaves many couples grasping to maintain the livelihood of their relationship over hundreds, many times, thousands of miles. Be it due to deployment, training in a far off base, or simply, orders to be stationed across the country or even the world, the […]

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Can treating a sinus infection land you in jail? If an obscure law enacted as part of the USA PATRIOT ACT were strictly enforced, the answer would be “yes.” In March of 2006 the Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic Act of 2005 was incorporated into the PATRIOT Act. The act banned over-the-counter […]

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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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