Story by Liat Guvenc Edited and Packaged by Bridget Peschel On Sept. 20, Jana Bergere attended the SUNY New Paltz Climate Strike. The corners of her lips turned up into a smile when she looked past the podium to a sea of hundreds of people. A year ago, her heart would […]

By Delilah Perez With the presidential election approaching, many organizations on campus are assisting students in promotion of their vote. NYPIRG, alongside many fraternities and sororities, has voiced its opinion on the importance of voting on Nov. 8. “It is our duty as citizens to vote,” said Anne Flamio, project leader […]

By Katherine Carroll “Raise hell, not tuition!” These were the chants heard by many as SUNY New Paltz students gathered to protest proposed tuition increases throughout the SUNY system. New York Students Rising (NYSR), New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG), the Student Association, and student senators were some of […]

With a decision on New York State’s allowance of hydraulic fracturing set to be made in the coming months, the SUNY New Paltz community is making its voice heard. On Nov. 1, New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) hosted a screening of filmmaker Josh Fox’s “The Sky Is Pink,” […]

Students are often considered to be one of the most valuable assets to a community, and SUNY New Paltz offers its students many opportunities to become active citizens. According to the school’s website, there are over 100 clubs and organizations recognized by the Student Association. However, students are often left […]

The votes are in, but it’s not over yet. The 2010 midterm election results are still trickling in locally and nationally, and it’s just the beginning of what looks to be two tumultuous years in politics. Here’s a summary of what’s happened so far. The predicted anti-Democratic wave has played […]

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 […]

Though campaign signs strew local intersections and commercials run rampant on television, a majority of SUNY New Paltz students have no idea who is running for high public office in today’s election. In a recent sample of 60 New Paltz students, 68 percent could not name a candidate currently running […]

A mob of students and professors stood in front of the Humanities building. People yelled as they held picket signs that said, “Don’t strip our budget.” A camera close to the action captured students in bikinis and professors screaming out of megaphones. It was a protest against cutting $9 million […]

SUNY New Paltz students and faculty members rallied in front of the college’s Humanities Building Wednesday, March 24 in opposition to the Public Higher Education Empowerment and Innovation Act (PHEEIA) and the recently proposed $152 million in cuts to education funding. The crowd of students and SUNY professors chanted slogans like […]

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