Edited and Packaged by Nick Porpora This is it: Katie Hennessy’s last semester ever at college. Ever since she was a first-semester freshman, she’s been very involved in campus life. She became secretary of her hall government, then a resident assistant, then an orientation leader. Now she is the senior […]
Reposted with permission from The Legislative Gazette. The New York Public Interest Research Group relaunched its voter hotline on Nov. 3 to help students navigate the often confusing process of voting for the first time, voting away from home, or both. The good news — NYPIRG reported that fewer students […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has swept across the United States, with the respect of nurses skyrocketing in every facet. A current nurse describes the turmoil, two students try to virtually learn, while another student takes on the frontlines: what does this mean for them? You walk through the sliding doors at […]
SUNY New Paltz students have a front-row seat to one of the closest House races on the national stage. The contest for New York’s 19th Congressional District has garnered widespread media attention, not to mention millions in outside money from political groups bent on controlling the House of Representatives for […]
Photos by Avery Seyler-Wetzel Edited by Matt Apuzzo and Avery Seyler-Wetzel
All photos by Megan Mirabito. Edited by Rob Piersall and Bryce Eckwall.
By: Emily DeFranco To be a super senior isn’t a source of pride, but oftentimes of frustration for both the student and the school. When students take five or six years to graduate – whether it’s for reasons of early indecision and switching of majors, a semester or more of […]
Each May, at the end of spring semester, SUNY New Paltz students focus on final grades, where they’re going to live next semester, and how they’re going to fit their belongings into a car, but they rarely think about what they take from the town of New Paltz. Restaurants, bars, […]
It was an ethical dilemma straight from the textbooks: Imagine you and two of your friends find a small fortune of cash inside a crummy old couch you bought for cheap at a second-hand shop. Would you trace the […]
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A new collaboration is making waves at SUNY New Paltz. The group effort, pioneered by professor Dan Labbato, brings the potential of student talent from the theater, media and English departments to utilize their individual disciplines. The outcome is student-written, organized, directed, filmed and edited material. The workflow that […]
Town of New Paltz Planning Board recently hosted an open forum to discuss the Park Point Project, a building construction that would provide apartment-style housing at SUNY New Paltz. The next hearing is Monday, Nov. 19 at 7 p.m. at New Paltz Town Hall The project would provide housing for 700 […]
Japan Disaster Produced by Johnny Lugo Eri Koyano and Mark Dellas Students reflect back on the tsunami that hit Japan on April 7, 2011. Produced by Johnny Lugo, Eri Koyano and Mark Dellas Japan Disaster by cmm320 More Radio News Moxie Cupcakes Produced by Johnny Lugo Eri Koyano […]
Why do we join clubs? Some students do it because of a specific interest, such as a sport, activism, gaming, or just to practice a hobby. Students also join clubs and campus organizations to socialize with people who share a common interest. Clubs may make up entire social circles or […]
When asked about how important reducing carbon footprint is, David Kamerman, a third-year history major at SUNY New Paltz answered without hesitation. “It’s probably the most important thing you can do,” Kamerman said. “Other then breathing of course.” What is a carbon footprint? Sociology Professor Brian Obach, who has been […]
In the corner of a study room in the Sojourner Truth Library Gabrielle Segal sits leaning into her laptop screen, listening to her father’s queries about her love life, the condition of their family home, and school. A couple of times a week Gabrielle speaks with her father, who is […]
Here’s a look at how you can reduce your carbon footprint and how some students reduce theirs. Video by Cooper LaRocque
Colleen Stewart interviews students about how they decided on their majors.