The purpose of financial aid is to support students in navigating the funding of their college costs and providing the information in accessing such things as grants or loans. The educational opportunity program, or EOP, provides the access of higher education for underrepresented college students in some form of aid. […]
Debates on whether vaccinations are beneficial or detrimental have seemed to increase in recent years. Both sides have their reasons for abstaining or supporting vaccines for various diseases, such as polio, mumps, measles and rubella, but it remains a personal decision. Despite the option, medical professionals will persuade you to […]
Sustainability is a very fast growing topic at this point in time. People are focused on conserving more energy and reducing overall air pollution. For this project, we wanted to shed light on the topic of sustainability in regards to clothing. Sustainable clothing is being made at the highest quality […]
YingBin Xie and Kimmy Doherty speak with New Paltz senior Narin Kerim to gain insight on the realities of food insecurity at SUNY New Paltz and other college campuses. They also speak with SUNY New Paltz’s food pantry chaplain Rev. Diana Smith about how the on campus food pantry combats these […]
Professor Good’s Journalism I class filmed interviews with a series of SUNY New Paltz professors. Here is Gregg Bray, an assistant professor in media.
Ron Gonzales tells of his experiences with tattoos, from his childhood to his apprenticeship, to Garry Barnes at the Ink Well in Newburgh. As the tattoo machines whirl into action, Gonzales speaks about his untraditional apprenticeship and his plans for ink in the future. Listen to the story here See […]
Sounds of furious typing and constant clicking can be heard in classes held in the computer labs at SUNY New Paltz. These sounds represent the struggle of professors to get the attention of their students when there is a computer staring them in the face. It’s becoming a demoralizing issue for […]