Joel Milian was in his first semester at SUNY New Paltz when he encountered his first obstacle as a college student: his calculus professor.   “He was extremely old and he basically only taught himself,” said Milian, 18. “He would never answer any of our questions.”   Milian is not […]

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StonybrookSecond-year Julianna Sebade once again spent Easter Sunday in her SUNY New Paltz dorm, doing homework and surfing the web. “I usually spend religious holidays with family,” Sebade, who is from Far Rockaway said. “We go to mass and all have dinner together but I haven’t been able to go […]

Andrew Kaminski is a fourth-year art major. On April 27 Kaminski presented his work in the Bachelor of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibit. The pictures included cover this event. Kaminiski talks about his life and art in a unique coverage showing both the art and artist behind the process.

New Paltz police officers have deployed Tasers twice and the subjects were both SUNY New Paltz students. Police said they have been able to gain compliance with subjects quickly and efficiently with new technology of non-lethal weapons such as a Taser. When subjects are acting violent or running away, police […]

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 […]

In the spring of 2008, Harris Wichard was a high school senior getting ready for prom and graduation. Wichard, now a fourth-year public communications major, also had his basketball future in limbo. He had to decide where he wanted to take his talents to next. “My original decision to come […]