Although The Princeton Review ranked SUNY New Paltz one of the country’s “most environmentally-responsible colleges,” students and staff are trying to take the school’s sustainability even further by increasing their level of composting. Composting is the practice of breaking down organic food waste into viable plant fertilizer, an environmentally sustainable […]

While some people find solace in various religious faiths and look to the heavens for answers, others find comfort in themselves and humanity and collect answers from scientific thought and theories. Fourth-year marketing major Leo Vogel and fourth-year secondary English education major Danielle Kingsbury are both non-theist Secular Humanists, which […]

Two members of the Secular Student Alliance found President Danielle Kingsbury cleaning out her car to make room for the rest of the members. A three hour drive from New Paltz to Binghamton was going to be daunting and as president, Danielle wanted it to be a pleasant trip. They’d […]

The dining services on campus have bought a variety of local food products, from wheat berries to potato knishes, for SUNY New Paltz students. But that’s just not enough for one SUNY New Paltz club. Students for Sustainable Agriculture (SSA) strives to give students healthier options by offering food grown […]

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