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By Jake Mauriello  The transition into college can be hard for even the most well-prepared student. Between the loss of a fixed schedule, the absence of parental control and an influx of work and responsibilities, it’s easy to feel yourself getting disorganized as you enter adulthood. On top of this, […]

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By Brian Rice Everyone has deadlines. Sometimes there’s just not enough time in the day, but things still need to get done. An “all-nighter,” is when someone stays awake all night to complete a task- a common occurrence for college students. The standard procedure is to grab a caffeinated beverage […]

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By Devon DeGroat Trying to eat healthy can be super challenging as a college student. With all the hustle and bustle of school we sometimes forget how important it is to eat well and before you know it you’re sucked into a black hole of unhealthy eating that’s almost impossible […]

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By Brandon Whiting  Madrid, Rio de Janeiro, Seoul, Addis Ababa. While all of these cities are continents apart, they all have one thing in common: SUNY New Paltz offers study abroad programs in all of them.   Studying abroad is an incredible, once-in-a-lifetime experience that is often overlooked by students. Many […]

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By Nadine Cafaro Ever feel the need to relax, or maybe, your friends and you are looking for something to do together, but you’re piled up in the library or have too many assignments at once? Maybe you only budgeted twenty dollars for the week and feel the intense need […]

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By Taylor Dowd Since early fall, you’ve felt stressed, sleep deprived, overwhelmed and a bit disorganized. Maybe you’ve spent all of your free time in office hours to no avail, or your 21-credit “light-load” semester finally got the best of you. Sound like you? You’re probably a stressed out college […]

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By Annemarie Durkin According to Dante Cantu, the Executive Director for Academic Advising and the Center for Student Success at SUNY New Paltz, roughly one-third of the incoming freshmen at SUNY New Paltz enroll as ‘undecided’ majors. Choosing the right college major can be a difficult and trying process to […]

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By: Joseph Juste So you just graduated college and it’s time to start your career. But, there’s just one problem: you don’t want to work for someone else. It’s not that you don’t want to work at all, but you feel like you could be happier and do a better […]

By Richie Monarch SUNY New Paltz journalism professor Howard “Howie” Good released his new book “Stick Figure Opera,” a collection of 99 100-word prose poems, on Oct. 27. Good was the winner of the 2019 Grey Book Press Chapbook Competition and the 2017 Lorien Prize for poetry from Thought Crime. […]