Thanksgiving is approaching and many college students are preparing to pack their bags and head home for the extended weekend. Thanksgiving is a holiday spent with family and lots and lots of food. Aside from the Secret Santas that college students participate in amongst friends, some college students create “college-friendly” […]

1

Campus Auxiliary Services (CAS) has started to make changes to campus dining and student eating options. CAS’ Executive Director, Steve Deutsch, said that along with the addition of the Shop24 vending machine, CAS is also looking to have a contract with a food service provider signed in the future. We […]

Campus Auxiliary Services (CAS) is introducing several short-term and long-term changes, some which have already been implemented. CAS extended their hours in the Student Union at the start of the school year and will soon unveil a massive new vending machine on the concourse. The current contract with Sodexo, the […]

By Maria Schettini The S-Stop, located on the first floor of Hasbrouck Dining Hall, is now open to students who are looking for late night snacks or drinks. The S-Stop used to serve  as an extension of the Hawk Street Station that served sandwiches, pizza, soups and other food items. […]

We always see the farmers market in front of the Lecture Center on Thursdays. We can also see them by the 36 Main Restaurant and Wine Bar parking lot on Sundays. That’s not the only kind of local business our farmers get. Much of the New Paltz food industry has […]

While most students picked up pencils and paper for their final Fall 2011 exams, Professor Lisa Phillip’s Digital Storytelling class picked up video cameras instead. Their goal: take on personal challenges and compellingly document their very real experiences in video. Here are some of their final projects about their personal […]

Pick a pumpkin, pet a goat and celebrate food “from farm to fork” at the Taste of the Catskills Fall Fest, Saturday Oct. 8 and Sunday Oct. 9 at Maple Shade Farm in Delhi. The festival showcases regional and seasonal food, as well as wine and beer. The cost of […]

On any given day on campus there are a few places to eat. You can eat at Jazzman’s, the Hawk’s Nest, the Hawk’s Street Station, or Hasbrouck Dining Hall. Of all of these places Hasbrouck is the only cafeteria-style location. Over the last four years, I have eaten there several […]

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that not all food is created equal. New Paltz is a great town if you’re a foodie. There’s Thai, Greek, Japanese, Korean, Indian and the ubiquitous Italian Pizzeria. The problem with many of these restaurants is the price and minor inconvenience of a […]

2

A waitress walks by with a serving tray piled high with fries and a triple-decker turkey and bacon sandwich. A three-egg ham and cheese omelet with potatoes and toast sits on the tray’s second plate. It is placed at the table of two young girls, chatting about last night’s events. […]

1

On a sunny Friday afternoon amid the yellow stream of taxis and the rushed pace of pedestrians, are stands and tents filled with vegetables, fruits and cheeses. Here, in the bustle of New York City among rising stone edifices, a small group of local farmers have brought their goods. The […]