Some college students continue attending services and stay dedicated to God while attending SUNY New Paltz and feel they are now responsible for their own faith. “It’s a bit harder [to attend services] because my parents aren’t forcing me to go but luckily I’ve been able to push myself,” said fourth-year secondary […]

Black Solidarity Day 2011 was observed on Nov. 7 at the Pointe Praise Family Life Center in Kingston N.Y. Students and Faculty started arriving at the center at 8:30 a.m. and waited in the dining hall for libation and breakfast. Black Solidarity day was started in Brooklyn in 1969 by […]

A famously art-driven town, New Paltz N.Y., hosted the fifth-annual Celebration of the Arts(COTA), a free festival for all local artists on Oct. 8. All forms of art and creativity were encouraged and welcomed with open arms. Painters and sketch artist positioned themselves along cobblestone paths documenting the beauty of […]

Everyone must remember, so we do not repeat the past. This was the sentiment expressed at a panel discussion just a few days before the 10-year anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The hijacked airplanes and attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon were addressed by four […]

“What do I call her?” Amanda asks. “I think she changed her name again” Emily whispers across the table in the college library. “She shouldn’t be allowed to do that. It’s confusing. Why does she have to be so ballsy?” “Well, what did she write on the project last time?” […]

Matt and I are chain smoking cigarettes on the walk back from the Museum of Modern Art. It’s this game we play to see who finishes their pack first. Matt’s a good friend of mine. He’s always a little cryptic but manages to get his point across in the end. […]