The Center for International Programs introduced the Thanksgiving celebration by hosting a Thanksgiving luncheon for international students at SUNY New Paltz. Students from all over the world expressed their appreciation to their peers during the program and taught others to say “thank you” in their native languages.
Ayaka Yamaguchi fumbles with her yukata—a casual kimono—as she tries to put it on. She is 5 feet 3 inches tall and petite despite the way the cloth of the kimono billows out. She pulls the right side over the left, pauses, then the left over the right. She tilts […]
Italy, Mexico, Sweden. Three locations far away from New Paltz, and ones that might sound alluring to students wishing to get away from class or even just the weather. For 17 students on campus, despite the fact that these locations are called home, they chose to spend two months living […]