By Nick Tantillo There is a laminated sign that hangs in the rear of the Convenient Deli in New Paltz. What used to read “Overnight Shift” has been scribbled out with a black marker and replaced with “Overwatch Shift,” a video game reference. Beneath the black zig-zag is a list […]

By Mike Timpert Eleanor Candee was lying on the floor of her housemate Erica’s bedroom in tears. She didn’t want to smell like the place anymore, that scent of coffee and microwaved bagels that clung to her clothes and never left. She didn’t want to spend her weekends consumed with […]

By Melissa Kramer In the frigid basement of a six-person house, curly-haired, 21-year-old Matt Joyce perches on his bed, fiddling with an unplugged electric guitar. The bed, with no headboard or box frame, sits on the concrete floor in the corner. The sounds of rain and wind permeate a small […]

By Julianna Novellino Jared Peer, a senior at SUNY New Paltz, leads a group of prospective students through the sculpture hall, telling them animated stories about his own experiences in the fine arts building As the tour comes to an end, he eagerly asks if anyone has questions. “What is your […]

By Alex Curci It is almost time to head home from a long day of work at the ShopRite of New Paltz. Nicole Perconti is finishing up packing out an end cap when she realizes she needs to get dinner ready for her and her mom. Unfortunately, payday is Friday […]

By Erica Aulogia Unenthusiastic students shuffled in and out of the SUNY New Paltz polling station the afternoon of Nov. 8 in SUB 209, in what appeared to be a halfhearted and anticlimactic affair. First-time voters seemed to be treating their civic duty of voting as a chore. People stood […]

New Paltz students joined forces with other SUNY schools to stage a statewide walkout on Friday, March 4 protesting annual tuition hikes. At New Paltz, over 100 students gathered at noon outside the Humanities Building to support the cause. Students from New York Students Rising (NYSR) led the protest, providing […]

By Ryan Donohue Harvey Gregory, 65, sits with his wife Jessica in his man cave, decorated in shades of beige and brown featuring copious bird figurines. Meanwhile, real birds chirp happily outside the window, eating from the several feeders hanging outside. They fly back and forth as the sunlight dims, […]

Students of Lisa Phillips’ fall 2015 Literature of Journalism class were asked to interview everyday working people about their jobs, and frame the first-person commentaries in the style of Studs Terkel’s book “Working, People Talk About What They Do All Day and How They Feel About What They Do.” Subjects […]

By Caitlin Marinaccio Halloween is coming! Have you made any plans yet? Whether you’re a newcomer to New Paltz or a seasoned veteran, this list has something for everyone looking for a fun way to celebrate Halloween. New Paltz is known for taking Halloween very seriously, with festive events ranging from wacky […]

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SUNY is near full compliance with New York State's vaccine mandate, as it has achieved 99.5% vaccination rate across its 64 campuses. #npsocial #covidvaccine #TLR #thelittlerebellion

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As SUNY New Paltz returns to primarily in-person classes for the first time in over a year, members of the campus community recount their experiences dealing with the new health and safety measures against the coronavirus pandemic. #npsocial #TLR

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There are five statewide proposals on the ballot for this year’s General Election. Here’s what upcoming voters need to know about each measure.

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