Petitions by SUNY New Paltz students to change the name of Hasbrouck Dining Hall in memory of alumni and employee Darold Thompson following his passing, brought about discussions of changing other building names because of their historical associations. Much of the campus is named in memory of the town’s original […]
By Lauren Albanese A haunted attic, a spooky burial ground and a horrifying encounter with a spirit means Haunted Huguenot Street has resurrected from the dead! The annual Halloween event, created over a decade ago, will once again take visitors on an hour-long tour to uncover the darker side of […]
Summer beckoned. Twenty-seven students could hear it out the window, kicking at spring’s heels to move on. It was the last day of classes. The students’ final projects, printed out and punctured with a Swingline, were now in their professor’s black leather briefcase. For some, it was the last day […]
At first glance, there won’t seem to be anything different about Rosendale from any other quaint little upstate town, save for the historical Rosendale Theatre, which opened its doors more than 60 years ago in February 1949.