By Kevin Durk The G13 suite on the ground floor of Mohonk Hall at SUNY New Paltz is just like any other college friend group. “We definitely have a reputation for being a party room. That’s one of the reasons we decided to move into the suite together,” said Quinn […]
By Abigail Foster In a dark room, two figures are illuminated: One is wearing a white dress shirt, a clip fastened to his crimson and black striped tie, and the other is a lot smaller, dressed in a similar uniform. The larger figure, the headmaster of a private school in […]
Story by Emily Fego Edited and Packaged by Ophelia Xie Sexual assaults on college campuses, like the largely publicized Brock Turner case in 2016, have been pivotal in forcing administrators to make a choice: to ignore the issue or face it head on. SUNY New Paltz hired Amy Westberg as its […]
Story by Emily Fego Edited and Packaged by Jessica Barr It’s fall 2017 on the SUNY New Paltz campus. Trump has pulled out of the Paris Agreement his first summer in office and students gather around the Humanities Building for three hours to take turns laying in body bags in […]
The Center for International Programs introduced the Thanksgiving celebration by hosting a Thanksgiving luncheon for international students at SUNY New Paltz. Students from all over the world expressed their appreciation to their peers during the program and taught others to say “thank you” in their native languages.
All photos by Emily Mortensen
By Monica D’Ippolito New Paltz, NY – For the first time in four years, the State University of New York at New Paltz men’s basketball team secured a season-opening win, as the Hawks had an impressive performance to kick off their 2019-2020 season, earning a 90-79 win over Baruch Saturday […]
Professor and author Holly George-Warren will read from and answer questions about her new biography about Janis Joplin, “Janis: Her Life and Music” on Nov. 12 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Honors Center in College Hall. This event is free and open to the public.
Cortland, NY — The State University of New York at New Paltz Swimming team opened up its meet season by traveling to SUNY Cortland for the Pumpkin Relays Oct. 26. The Hawks men’s team posted a third-place finish with 237 points, trailing SUNY Cortland (306 points) and Nazareth College (324 […]
Binghamton, NY — For the second-consecutive year, the SUNY New Paltz women’s tennis team is State University of New York Athletic Champions. The top-seeded Hawks, with a record of 9-1 overall and 7-0 within their conference, had a rematch of last year’s title game with Catskill Cup rival No. 2 […]
Written by Max Freebern Edited and Packaged by Gillian Hamilton Students in Professor Lindsay Lennon’s Feature Writing class were assigned interviews with New Paltz artists who were featured in Wired Gallery’s “Golden Age of New Paltz” exhibition. Here’s what they found: On a sweltering Sunday morning in Saint Augustine, Florida, […]
Students in Professor Lisa Phillips’ Feature Writing Class were assigned to profile people at the forefront of change: “Jenny” is a child protective service worker who helps children every day. She has lived in the United States for most of her life, but is still an undocumented immigrant. She worries […]
SUNY New Paltz has no plan for how to handle medical marijuana on campus if one student is prescribed the now-legal drug by a doctor. New York State passed a law in 2015 legalizing medical marijuana. A total of 17,759 New Yorkers now have a prescription for marijuana, but SUNY […]
By Jess Napp On a typical afternoon, the walk to Van Den Berg Hall is a simple stroll down the stairs adjacent to Old Main and the Jacobson Faculty Tower. However, on a recent Tuesday, political science major Megan Carbia was on her way to class at the distant building […]