March 4, 2014 Parents, students and lawmakers are demanding equal funding for New York’s charter schools, sounding off against New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plans to charge rent, and recent revocation of co-locations for three city charters. Proponents of charter schools are enthusiastic over Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s program […]

With two stages and 15 hours of live music and art, the fifth annual Forest Fest was back and bigger than ever. A steady flow of attendees flocked by car, shuttle and even bike to enjoy one of the warmest days of the year at the Center for Symbolic Studies. […]

At SUNY New Paltz, acceptance into the BFA painting program is coveted. Each semester, a spot only becomes available when another student leaves — sometimes it’s ten, sometimes it’s just one. Once they’re admitted, students are given their own studio space to work in at any time, and they do. […]

On the second Saturday of each month, the Winter Sun Indoor Farmer’s Market comes to New Paltz. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. local farms and businesses display their produce and goods. Winter Sun also offers sign-ups and pick-ups for shares. The market is located in the Community Center, behind Town […]

This Spring, there are 161 Turkish students attending SUNY New Paltz- that’s almost three percent of the undergraduate population. They’re studying in the dual diploma program, an academic collaboration where students spend part of their college career at a university in Turkey and another portion in the United States. The […]

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Feeling stressed? Anxious due to the ramifications of the pandemic? Don’t fear, Nick Califra writes about how to manage all of these feelings. On our website now!

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