Rob Miraldi: An innovator, reporter, professor, and friend. Every journalism major remembers their first journalism class. I certainly remembered mine. Waiting for class to begin, I remembered watching my professor walk in. He was casually dressed in jeans and a polo shirt. He was balding but he made up for […]

A study by the American Sociological Association says students who binge drink are happier than those who do not. What about the non-partiers? Are they, as the study suggests, bound to be less content? What do they do on the weekends? SUNY New Paltz Correspondent Ricardo Hernandez decided to find […]

For two weeks in April, journalism majors will hear first-hand accounts of reporting in the Middle East including car bombings, journalists kidnappings, constant fear, all through the medium of radio news. National Public Radio (NPR)’s foreign correspondent Deborah Amos will serve as the spring 2013 James H. Ottaway Sr. professor […]

Barbara Cvenic is a fourth-year communication and media major from Brooklyn, N.Y. Cvenic is your average college student. She’s involved with organizations on campus, listens to Bob Dylan and acts like a complete “goofball” in front of her friends. But, there’s more. Cvenic’s family escaped ethnic conflict in the former […]

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