By Nicole Zanchelli The only governmental action former Ulster County Legislator Chris Allen has seen since his loss on Nov. 5—in his bid to return to his old legislature seat—is that of criminal justice. At the Town of Saugerties Justice Court on Monday, Nov. 25, Allen pleaded not guilty to […]
The SUNY New Paltz Biology Department welcomes staff and students to stop in to the greenhouse outside Coykendall Science Building, Dec. 11 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Attendees can take this opportunity to breathe some fresh air and destress during the busy study week before finals.
The Elting Memorial Library is holding a writing workshop Dec. 7 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Six authors who contributed to the anthology “Into Sanity : Essays about Mental Health, Mental Illness, and Living in Between” will be meeting with attendees in small groups to discuss how to find […]
By: Monica D’Ippolito, Athletic Communications Director The United Soccer Coaches announced its All-Region recipients for the 2019 season and State University of New York at New Paltz junior midfielder Kevin Doorley earned his second-straight All-East Region recognition. Doorley earned Third-Team All-Region after leading his team in points for the third […]
The SUNY New Paltz food pantry was established in 2012 in order to combat food insecurity on campus. The community and local businesses have helped the pantry grow and expand in order to meet the needs of more students. This audio story was produced by Sarah Chen and Elva Chen […]
The New Paltz Climate Action Coalition and New York Public Interest Research Group will be co-sponsoring a student climate strike on Dec. 6. Participants will meet outside of the Lecture Center at 12 p.m. and march to the Elting Memorial Library on Main Street at 12:30 p.m.
All photos by Emily Mortensen
By: Monica D’Ippolito, Athletic Communications Director Louisville, KY — Through rain and muddy conditions Saturday on both the 8K and 6K course at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer Park at the NCAA Division III National Championships, State University of New York at New Paltz senior Matt Whitworth and junior Cassandra Williams finished […]
This documentary was created by Brandon Worden, Ámbar Avilés, George Catechis, Aeden Lebron and Conner Sweeney for Professor Chris Nostrand’s Fall 2019 Field Production course.
Video by: Amy Lynn Tompkins Musician and Songwriter, Marco Benevento, has a history of collaborating with other musicians. Here, we explore his ties to the music scene in Woodstock, New York.
The New Paltz Repair Cafe is a free community event where skilled volunteers help fix items for free. Potential repairs may include electronics, clothing, toys, wooden materials, jewelry and more. Not everything may be repaired due to the condition of the item or skill level of volunteers. It takes place […]
The office of Graduate Studies and Extended Learning is hosting a graduate studies open house on Thursday, Dec. 5 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Students will have the opportunity to meet with program coordinators, alumni and students. There will also be information available on admission to the program, degree […]
By Nicole Zanchelli Millions of Americans will wake up on Thanksgiving day and hustle to the kitchen to baste a turkey, bake sweet potatoes and mix stuffing. Wiping the sweat from their brow, they will sit down at the table, surrounded by their loved ones, and feast upon home cooked […]
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, […]
The Fall 2019 Music Concert Series: Solo and Duo Juries will be showcasing music majors from Tuesday, Dec. 10 to Thursday, Dec. 12. The concerts will show the progression of music majors throughout the semester. The concerts take place from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Shepard Music Hall […]
By Monica D’Ippolito, Athletic Communications Director Albany, NY — Despite trailing for most of the game, the State University of New York at New Paltz continued working out of a double-digit second half deficit Wednesday night against hosting The Sage Colleges. The Hawks ultimately re-gained the lead with little more […]