On Oct. 3, Campus Auxiliary Services (CAS) and Neebo, the company that runs the campus bookstore, held an open forum to discuss issues that arose with the students, faculty and the materials needed for classes this semester. Despite the overwhelming concern of book prices, delayed shipping and an inaccurate number […]

             Students and community members came together on Old Main quad Friday, Oct. 7 for Farm Fest, a celebration during New Paltz’s first Local Food Week.             The event was an afternoon celebration, from 1 to 5 p.m., full of free local food, live music, and fundraising for New Paltz […]

While New Paltz Flood Aid for farmers, families and first responders affected by Hurricane Irene already raised $30,000 from their kickoff event on Oct. 2, they increased this amount to more than $52,000 on Oct. 16 at their benefit concert in Hasbrouck Park. Although there has been an exceptional amount […]

Hurricane Irene swept through New Paltz this weekend and in its wake left the town in a state of emergency. Besides flooding the Wallkill River – which crested at 18.9 feet – the storm dumped more than 10 inches of water across the town, knocking down power lines, flooding basements […]

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