The Hudson River is rising at a rate of 3.2 millimeters per year, threatening over 9,000 acres of riverfront habitats and communities—and there may be nothing we can do to stop it. Studies by several statewide and local environmental groups show that climate change is already having an effect on the […]

Three flights of spiral stairs lead to Delaney Taliaferro’s apartment in Kingston. A walk-in closet faces the entryway, its door swinging into the kitchen adjacent. Blazers, blouses and dresses hang color coordinated; high heels and work boots line the floor and walls. A sewing machine is tucked into the corner […]

On Nov. 19, students gathered to commemorate the Transgender Day of Remembrance with a night of music and solidarity. The Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is celebrated every Nov. 20, and is a worldwide day devoted to the memory of those who have been lost to anti-transgender violence and discrimination. […]

Holidays are upon us, and with them comes a commercialized pressure to give the best gifts. This season, rather than toil over what to buy for loved ones or that I-have-to-get-you-something-or-this-will-be-awkward person, you can learn to crochet the easy way and give a homemade scarf to all. Before you roll […]

By: Mae Bonnaci Erika Perilla Molina sits in the SUNY New Paltz library as she tries to study for an international politics exam and write two papers that are due by the end of the week. She’s been sitting at the same table for at least three hours, but thankfully […]

Lydia Willoughby never imagined that she would one day use her activism in the LGBTQIA+ community as an asset in the job search. Now, as a new reference librarian at SUNY New Paltz’s Sojourner Truth Library (STL), Willoughby is openly queer and vocal about her LGBTQIA+ activism in the workplace. […]

It’s your typical college dorm room. There is a mini fridge stocked with seltzer beside a mass-produced wooden desk covered in textbooks, a Johnny Cash poster clinging to a poorly painted white wall and an unmade bed. In the middle of it all is a giant yellow puppet that bares […]

Tye Haynes, a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon, is the president of the United Greek Association – and he’s also gay. He doesn’t fit the stereotypical idea of a frat boy – and he has a lot to say about how misleading the stereotypes about Greek life can be.