Since its creation, the Walkway Over the Hudson in Poughkeepsie, New York has been a unique destination. It overlooks the crystal Hudson River, and is framed by the cliff side of Highland, and the horizon of Poughkeepsie City. Locals enjoy it for its presence as a place to walk and […]
Are you a Harry Potter fan? If so, did you know you could play your favorite movie’s fictional sport at college? The SUNY New Paltz Quidditch club brings the beloved fictional sport to life on campus, all while upholding the values the Harry Potter series teaches: dedication, teamwork, loyalty and […]
When students aren’t studying, napping or eating, they go to the Game Center in the Student Union to unwind. It’s a place where students go to play games and take a break from their studies. But there are a few things that bother students about the Game Center and Joana […]
Story edited by 2017 Multimedia Editing class Historic stone houses, candlelit tours and centuries-old ghostly tales will converge for a final time this weekend at Haunted Huguenot Street in New Paltz. Mortals are brought on an hour-long evening tour that not only frightens but educates visitors on the history of […]
Photos by Steph Golub Edited by Tyler Fischer and David Tregaskis
Highlights from the Oct. 3rd volleyball game against the Williams Ephs Photos by David Tregaskis Edited by Otto Kratky and Sebastian Rubino
All photos by Megan Mirabito. Edited by Rob Piersall and Bryce Eckwall.
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle while attending college is often seen as a difficult task. The “freshman fifteen” phenomena occurs because schools provide a relaxed environment that allows students to eat whatever they want, whenever they want. Many students struggle to strike a balance between eating conveniently and healthy. Yet students have […]
This story first appeared in The New Paltz Oracle and was written by Amanda Copkov. Packaged by Anthony Sorbellini SUNY New Paltz students now have the convenience of planning their time at the gym right at their fingertips. Introducing upace: a free fitness app to help students and gym-goers alike stay […]
Last month, The Huffington Post named SUNY New Paltz’s Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art as one of the “Best College Art and History Museums In the Northeast,” alongside New York museums Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College and the Neuberger Museum of Art at SUNY Purchase. The Samuel […]
Showcasing different movements for social change through imagery, the “Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change” exhibition at New York’s International Center of Photography (ICP) wowed SUNY New Paltz professor Dr. Rachel Somerstein and students from her Picture Culture course. Somerstein and her students trekked down to Manhattan to visit […]
As of March 9, the first new academic building on the SUNY New Paltz campus in nearly 20 years is now complete. Science Hall, located on the corner of Plattekill Avenue and South Manheim Boulevard, will serve as the new home to many academic programs, such as geology, computer science, […]
With the abuse of Adderall, Vyvanse, Ritalin and other stimulant medications on the rise among college students, government agencies, pharmacies and health insurance companies have turned to digital measures to clamp down on the availability of these drugs. However, while it may now be harder to get a prescription, there […]
SUNY New Paltz in Ulster County, New York is a public liberal arts college, but on this flamboyant campus, visual arts reign supreme. Something radical Students aren’t afraid to experiment with radical, controversial ideas or stop members of the campus community in their tracks. Take Connor Henderson, a fourth-year art […]
One year after plans for a student apartment complex in New Paltz failed, college officials have struggled to develop a concrete plan to meet the growing demand for housing that students desire. Michele Halstead and David Eaton, two senior vice presidents for the State University of New York at New […]
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Article written by Jozen Cummings Originally published by GQ Packaged by Katelyn Cordero Photos taken by Katelyn Cordero The organization is under attack when it’s needed the most. Fifteen years ago as a college sophomore, I walked into the Planned Parenthood clinic on 16th St. in Washington, D.C. with my […]
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