Author: Jaime Prisco
“I understand the loathing, but what really bothers me about this novel is the word fear. It’s just so ambiguous.” “Oh, I completely agree. The ambiguity is really the issue. This guy has nothing on real academics.” A friend sitting in the next desk over looks at me and rolls his eyes. My face, though…
Since 2003, Invisible Children, a non-profit organization based in California, has been raising awareness about human rights violations in Uganda. New Paltz students have done their part in supporting this group since 2008 when they started their own branch of Invisible Children on the college campus.
A group gathered in front of Village Hall, doling out bright red masquerade masks to anyone who was curious enough to wander near the van. Children ran around, dressed as crayons, zebras and trees. A woman with a black painted face wore a beak and chatted with a polar bear. These people were all participants in the first annual Phools parade…