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If the radio is dead, someone needs to inform Brian Jones. Jones, 46, of Tivoli, N.Y. graduated from New Paltz in 1987 with a bachelor’s degree in communications/journalism. For the past two years, Jones has worked as the news director for several Pamal Broadcasting radio stations including WHUD-FM, WSPK-FM, WBPM-FM, […]

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Don’t kill your TV just yet! Production freelancer and businesswoman Ivey Elizabeth Haber designs sets for film and TV, like Play-Doh’s “Shape and Spin Elmo,” and when she’s not a freelance art production assistant in New York City, she’s a jack of all trades in fashion and media. Since September […]

So you’re going away for college. You take your acceptance letter, school supplies and dorm key as you say goodbye. What happens next? For some freshmen, this experience starts with little to no direction of campus life. That is, unless they are accepted into the Scholar’s Mentorship Program (SMP) at […]

I’ve got deadlines and places to go, people to interview, you know, being a journalism undergraduate. Alex is a junior studying physics at SUNY New Paltz. We’re dumpster-diving through New Paltz streets during garbage week instead of doing homework. “I’m going to get my insurance policy tomorrow, go to the […]

Deana and I were laughing about something Jeff had said when his green Chevy Trailblazer hit the deer. The laughter stopped, and with only one headlight beaming, we walked outside to check the damage. The grill was bent and bloody hair was sticking out of it. We saw the limp deer […]