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Story by Liat Guvenc Edited and Packaged by Bridget Peschel On Sept. 20, Jana Bergere attended the SUNY New Paltz Climate Strike. The corners of her lips turned up into a smile when she looked past the podium to a sea of hundreds of people. A year ago, her heart would […]

By Tina Staniscia Since I was 18, I thought I was a card carrying member of the ‘gig economy’, a term that wasn’t even coined back then. Characterized by freelancing and short-term contracted work, many workers participate in this form of income generation.  Little did I know, there is another […]

By Melissa Carinha Tiffany Claud, 22, is one of the hundreds of students who have to balance work, school and a social life. Just when Claud thought she had enough on her plate, she discovered her mother was diagnosed with stage one breast cancer.  Claud is interning at the SUNY […]

By New Paltz Athletics Communication The State University of New York at New Paltz men’s and women’s cross country teams finished a historic fall with some great individual performances throughout championship season, culminating in a program-best finish on the women’s side at the conference and regional meet, while also seeing […]

The Ulster County SPCA will be holding a reduced fee adoption event, “Empty the Shelters” on Dec. 14. The event will take place at the shelter located at 20 Wiedy Road, Kingston, NY. Adoption rates will cost only $25 thanks to a grant provided by the BISSELL Pet Foundation. For […]

The Mid-Hudson Migrant Education Tutorial and Support Services Program is holding a fundraiser to provide migrant students with a kit of necessary school supplies. To participate, you can order a complete supply kit online for $15. The fundraiser ends Dec. 17.