By Harris Yudin SUNY New Paltz now has three dual-port ChargePoint electric vehicle (EV) charging stations around campus, allowing for six parking spaces, each with lines painted green, dedicated to electric cars. According to Lisa Mitten, campus sustainability coordinator at SUNY New Paltz, the New York State Energy Research and […]
The white house on Mohonk Avenue decorated with blue, black, red, and yellow stripes is home to the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. This off-campus residence brings to life the stereotype of New Paltz homes being shady — but this increases that notion to a more sinister level. New Paltz is […]
By Lindsey DeTrano Confidence will carry you further than luck or chance. That was the message conveyed to SUNY New Paltz students by a panel of successful businesswomen on March 11. Each school (Liberal Arts and Sciences, Business, Engineering, Fine and Performing Arts, Education and Science and Engineering) hosted business […]
The amount of kilowatt hours used and carbon dioxide emitted in New Paltz is equivalent to nearly $6 million which fuels coal and gas companies, counteracting the “green” progress the state has made since banning hydrofracking at the end of 2014 — but New Paltz is not alone in this. […]
Photos by Andrew Abbott At the “Challenging the Attack on Public Education” panel on March 4, 2015, educators gave their perspectives on why high-stakes testing should be removed from the nationwide testing curriculum. Educators included Fairfield University professor Yohuru Williams, 43, political science professor at Fordham University Nicholas Tampio, 41, […]
By Karl Evers-Hillstrom and Nathaniel Sheidlower “Sit on the left or in the middle for the best view.” These instructions came from the SUNY New Paltz Parker Theater usher on March 10 as the tiny venue filled up for a matinee. However, they were given in a much calmer and […]
The New Paltz Players presented Stand and Burn, a play written by Nick Magnanti and directed by Casey Morris, in Parker Theater on March 27-30, 2015. This play outlines the struggle of a young homosexual man seeking acceptance from those around him.
We all know SUNY New Paltz to be a quirky campus, however, as New Paltzians we also know some thing to be too true! Check out 15 of the most agreed upon New Paltz things.
Video by Holly Lipka Drug Arrests on campus leads to a debate on the schools drug policy. Drug Arrests from Holly Lipka on Vimeo.
By Katie Cusack Susan Zimet sits with eyes wide, almost vibrating with anticipation to answer my questions. The high energy New Paltz town supervisor does more than manage the New York village she calls home. An avid photographer since childhood, Zimet frequents social marches and political events to capture images […]
SUNY New Paltz community members gathered on March 12 at 5:30 p.m. outside of Hasbrouck Dining Hall to pay respects to Sodexo employee Precious Newkirk. Newkirk, 25, passed away on March 3, 2015 due to a car accident while traveling to work on Route 32. She was a well-known face […]