By Ophelia Xie and Max Freebern As the 2020 Census steadily approaches, the federal government will once again attempt to count every resident in the United States. According to the U.S. Census Bureau website, the Census has served as one of the most vital sources of data for all levels […]

Written by Bryce A. Eckwall, edited and packaged by Aiyana Edmund and Matthew Apuzzo Helping small business, renewable energy, education and health care are among the Democrats’ shared priorities Six Democratic candidates debated at SUNY New Paltz on Wednesday to determine who will challenge Republican John Faso for the 19th […]

By Gianna Canevari When students in Prof. Rob Miraldi’s Muckraking Journalism class wanted to expose the flaws in the end-of-semester Student Evaluations of Instruction (SEIs), they utilized a little-known but powerful law. After repeated requests to access SEIs and proving that the evaluations were in fact public documents, the students […]

The rallies, the signs, the costumes, the anger – it seems the persistence of the controversial Tea Party movement in the last year is starting to pay off. In a shocking New York gubernatorial primary Tuesday night, Buffalo businessman and self-proclaimed “baseball bat” wielding candidate Carl Paladino beat the heavily […]

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