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Story by Liat Guvenc Edited and Packaged by Bridget Peschel On Sept. 20, Jana Bergere attended the SUNY New Paltz Climate Strike. The corners of her lips turned up into a smile when she looked past the podium to a sea of hundreds of people. A year ago, her heart would […]

Showcasing different movements for social change through imagery, the “Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change” exhibition at New York’s International Center of Photography (ICP) wowed SUNY New Paltz professor Dr. Rachel Somerstein and students from her Picture Culture course. Somerstein and her students trekked down to Manhattan to visit […]

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By Ella Graffin People herded into the streets of Manhattan from all over the world on The International Day of Peace, Sunday Sept. 21, to take a stand against a complicated climate battle. Bill McKibben, founder of 350.org, called this battle “a desperate fight, but a beautiful one.” Hundreds of […]

Hurricane Sandy devastated the East Coast on Oct. 29, 2012, but it may not have been the worst or last superstorm Americans will see for years to come, according to CNN.com. Sandy is just a taste of what future superstorms will be like, Princeton Professor Michael Oppenheimer said. In the […]

You expel 20.2 tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere every year. You’re not the only one. So does every other person in the United States. That’s approximately 6,218,772,000 tons. That number, in part, explains why the United States is responsible for 30.3% of the global contribution to global warming. […]

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