Staying bright-eyed and bushy-tailed for an action-packed day in college can be difficult, so it seems only natural to start the day off right … with caffeine. But if you tend to get agitated at others before your morning fix, or you get headaches when you go without that afternoon […]

Although not quite as technical as the Starship Enterprise, over 70 people crowded into a SUNY New Paltz conference room to get a closer look at Google Glass, a wearable glasses-like computer presented by a leading Google Developer Expert (GDE) on April 17. GDE Allen Firstenberg gave a talk titled […]

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Local engineering companies and community colleges are teaming up to promote STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) education in the Hudson Valley to match students’ knowledge with the requirements of the competitive workforce. This solution might be considered long term, but it tackles a problem that has been brewing for years […]

by Richard Moody, the Legislative Gazette A bill in the state Legislature banning sexual orientation conversion therapy is on the move through the Assembly. The bill, A.6983-a/S.4917-a, would change state Education Law, prohibiting the practice of the “gay cure” on patients below the age of 18. Both California and New […]

While we were all frustrated and freezing through the long and bitter cold winter, local apple farmers were dancing in their orchards. Despite the shoveling, shivering, and slipping we all experienced in the copious amounts of snow that seemed to just never stop piling up this winter, the bone-chilling temperatures […]

College marks the beginning of new experiences, but also new anxieties. Overwhelmed students can seek help through on-campus counseling. However, this increasing trend proves to be a controversial topic on the SUNY New Paltz campus, where students have been affected by policies limiting session amounts and availabilities. At SUNY New […]

Malaria has caused more than one-half of human deaths since the Stone Age. Despite having a known cure for the disease, this “ancient killer” infects 300 million people and claims the lives of 1 million annually. This is according to prize-winning author and investigative journalist Sonia Shah, who spent five […]

  If you often find yourself in the organic foods section of your local grocery store or if you shop or eat at the majority of places in New Paltz and the Hudson Valley, you have probably come across the term “fair trade”. Many people associate the term strictly with […]

The construction of SUNY New Paltz’s new science building has come to a halt due to contracting issues at the state level, according to the State University Construction Fund. Vice President of Finance and Administration Michele Halstead said more information about the future construction of the building, taking place on […]