Many teenagers and young adults have become accustomed to hearing their parents, teachers and peers talk about the “real world”—a world teeming with responsibilities, bills, and expectations to “do something” with your life. In 2012, The Atlantic reported that almost 54 percent of bachelor’s degree-holders under the age of 25 […]

Our generation is among the most well educated to date, according to the latest government information available, compiled for the National Center for Educational Statistics. On our campus at SUNY New Paltz, the number of students completing their degrees continues to rise, but the disparity between men and women enrolling […]

As a zero waste initiative village, New Paltz practices ways to reduce its environmental impact all year, not just in April. This spring, the newest venture underway in New Paltz is a Repair Café, intended to be a place for community members to take their broken items and not only […]

Gaining popularity at a rapid pace, yoga studios in New Paltz are doing more than just getting by, they are thriving. The many choices of yoga styles being offered–from steady-paced Vinyasa classes, to slower Restorative classes–helps explain why so many studios are sustained locally, sources said. “A good percentage of the population here are […]

The Sculptor Produced by Khynna Kuprian Ashley Caferro thought she was headed for a career in education, but transferring to New Paltz made her see her future in a whole new way. Check out how other students got to New Paltz! The Survivor. Produced by Jaleesa Baulkman. The Outsider. Produced […]