Once upon a time, a sorority was defined as “a society for female students in a university or college, typically for social purposes.” The women who joined these organizations longed for a place to belong on their college campuses and sought to make a positive difference to their communities. But […]
All the news you didn’t know you missed this week.
With graduation approaching on May 19, graduating seniors are reflecting on their past four years at New Paltz and are starting to plan for their futures. Liana Messina, a public relations major, is currently finishing up her internship at Rogers & Cowan in Manhattan while job searching for the summer. […]
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The National Eating Disorders Association themed this year’s National Eating Disorder Awareness Week “Everybody Knows Somebody,” reinforcing the idea that eating disorders are extremely common – especially among college students. According to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders, Inc., “91 percent of women surveyed on a college […]
Looking for new ways to clean-up your spring cleaning? Were you right about things to hate about school? Thought Catalog compiled a list of things social media addicts fear. Another vacation sunk for Carnival cruises. Mila Kunis gets asked to Hollins University’s spring Cotillion dance. A 105-year-old woman gets […]
Calm Before the Storm The entire northeast region prepared to find Nemo late last Thursday night. New Paltz residents raced to their local grocery stores to stock up on food, water and other necessities. Shelves once containing water, yogurt and milk were left emp ty by closing time. “I made sure […]