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My problem with The Town isn’t that it’s directed by Ben Affleck. It has nothing to do with Rebecca Hall’s one face for every scene. Even Gossip Girl’s Blake Lively didn’t bother me as much as I expected her to. No, my issue with the Oscar-nominated film is the male lead’s performance. […]

Online Journalists Burn Out Younger by Emily Atkin, Jackie Northacker, and Jenn Von Willer Students of Howard Good’s fall 2010 Media Ethics class explore the ethics of online journalists’ commitment to immediacy and their financial obligation to page views. They discuss the effects on both journalists and consumers using the […]

Though campaign signs strew local intersections and commercials run rampant on television, a majority of SUNY New Paltz students have no idea who is running for high public office in today’s election. In a recent sample of 60 New Paltz students, 68 percent could not name a candidate currently running […]

Shiny silver bowls and wine buckets engraved with the names and dates of competitions are not what college students usually receive as trophies. That’s because most college students don’t compete in croquet tournaments – at least not until now. Croquet has gained popularity at colleges across America, including the State […]

If you live off-campus or commute to school and need support, guidance or help finding and participating in on-campus activities, the Office of Student Activities and Union Services (SAUS) at the State University of New York (SUNY) at New Paltz has plans to reach out to you. SAUS is piloting a […]