After anticipating up to two feet of snow and bringing the Northeast United States to a standstill, snowstorm Juno ended up spreading more panic than flakes.  SUNY students took to the streets to enjoy a day off. Here are photos from our contributors.

While we were all frustrated and freezing through the long and bitter cold winter, local apple farmers were dancing in their orchards. Despite the shoveling, shivering, and slipping we all experienced in the copious amounts of snow that seemed to just never stop piling up this winter, the bone-chilling temperatures […]

Co-existence with coyotes can get ugly. Coyote Ugly. Coyotes have become accustomed to living among humans in suburbia, frustrating locals with attacks on their pets and livestock. Although coyote attacks have been rare in the past,  recent events have raised concerns about the coyote’s numbers and their habituation with humans. […]

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