I am ‘other.’ Being an individual with an equally divided ration of two separate identities, I am not alone as “other.” According to a 2010 Census Bureau report, 9 million people reported as identifying as more than one race. As a Colombian and Croatian, I fall into that 3 percent […]

Although The Princeton Review ranked SUNY New Paltz one of the country’s “most environmentally-responsible colleges,” students and staff are trying to take the school’s sustainability even further by increasing their level of composting. Composting is the practice of breaking down organic food waste into viable plant fertilizer, an environmentally sustainable […]

Brittany Patane, 20, Art Education major, is the youngest and newest member of the SUNY New Paltz Slam Poetry Team. She discusses the difference between slam and traditional poetry and how she got into the scene. Patane is constantly looking for inspiration in her everyday life. This is Patane’s first […]

Sami Harrison looks like a typical college student. She likes biology, she lives off-campus and she plays the popular New Paltz game “Humans Versus Zombies.” While sprinting across the quad wearing an orange arm band, avoiding enemy attack, she appears no different from the average student. Except that she stops […]