By: Katie Cusack On an early October morning, dozens of educators and researchers from various disciplines and universities across the northeast filed into the Student Union building of SUNY New Paltz. Entering the downstairs conference room permeated with the smell of brewing coffee and baked goods, they murmured introductions and […]

Students from Professor Howard Good’s Being Digital class created one minute visual interpretations of a technological ideology. For the fall 2015 semester, the students had a choice of many multimedia options, such as stop-frame animation, traditional animation or simply a video. In a dystopian technologically-infused world, we will see no […]

College marks the beginning of new experiences, but also new anxieties. Overwhelmed students can seek help through on-campus counseling. However, this increasing trend proves to be a controversial topic on the SUNY New Paltz campus, where students have been affected by policies limiting session amounts and availabilities. At SUNY New […]

  SUNY New Paltz’s Coykendall Science Building (CSB) continues to operate without fire alarms almost six months after they were removed due to malfunctions. New Paltz is relying on ‘volunteer’ fire watches with bullhorns to patrol the CSB 24/7, which has already cost the university $50,000 in overtime. The money is coming out […]

The Farmers Market moved from its usual spot on the Academic Concourse to Old Main Quad for Farm Fest on April 25. SUNY New Paltz’s organizations, Students for Sustainable Agriculture and Oxfam America, held the event. The ceramics department provided vases, mugs and pottery for sale all made by students. […]