We left her standing at the curb.  As we drove away, my mother cried and stared at the shrinking shape of my sister in the rear view mirror. Lunch had been terrible that day.  I did everything I could to make Tess feel as guilty as possible for leaving me.  […]

They fight for students’ rights. They advocate voter registration and education.  They are NYPIRG — hear them roar. Many students at SUNY New Paltz have recently heard that roar in the form of a voter registration form. Ryan Long, NYPIRG project coordinator is among the team that passes out these forms […]

Music was everywhere at the Woodstock Film Festival this year, and the sound was change. Among the five films featuring music, one of them made sure its message was heard loud and clear. Sounds Like a Revolution, directed by Canadian documentary filmmakers Summer Love and Jane Michener, focuses on protest […]

Disaster Porn by Alana Davis, Julia Amberg, and Sara Rabot Three students from Howard Good’s spring 2010 Media Ethics class delve into the issue of the media’s coverage of disastrous events such as 9/11 and the earthquake in Haiti. Using the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Code of Ethics, the […]

If Facebook came with a side effects label like prescription drugs do, it might read something like this: “May attract creepy stalker-types, crumble communication skills, give the impression that you have more friends than you actually do and add a few hours onto an already time consuming term paper.” Facebook […]

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