By Richie Monarch SUNY New Paltz journalism professor Howard “Howie” Good released his new book “Stick Figure Opera,” a collection of 99 100-word prose poems, on Oct. 27. Good was the winner of the 2019 Grey Book Press Chapbook Competition and the 2017 Lorien Prize for poetry from Thought Crime. […]

By Kelly Zhang SUNY New Paltz student Kelly Zhang puts together a composition for Kimberly Ruth’s Spring 2019 Digital Storytelling “The Brooklyn video was an idea that came to me after my study abroad in London. I was traveling around Europe and people just assumed that I was from Asia.  […]

Updated as of Thursday, Oct. 10: On Thursday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that illnesses linked to vaping has grown by more than 200 cases in a week, now totaling 1299. Officials say that 27 people in total have died from vaping-related illnesses. On Tuesday, Gov. Cuomo […]

By Emma Reifschneider, Kerri Kolenski and Tessa Stroud In spring 2019, the School of Engineering and Science and the digital design and fabrication program sponsored a Harrington STEM seminar on the future of 3D printing. Students from Professor Kimberly Ruth’s Spring 2019 Digital Storytelling class interviewed educators and students about […]

“For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf” tells the story of seven women of color who find unity through the shared oppression of a racist and sexist society to form a sisterhood through stories of love, empowerment, struggle and loss. The play will be performed […]

Written by Erika Wasonoredjo Edited and packaged by The Little Rebellion Students in Professor Lindsay Lennon’s Feature Writing class were assigned interviews with SUNY New Paltz alumni who were featured in Wired Gallery’s “Golden Age of New Paltz” exhibition. Here’s what they found: Eileen Cowin never felt that her gender […]

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Story by Maria Cardascia Edited and packaged by Toria Barnhart Students in Professor Lindsay Lennon’s Feature Writing class were assigned interviews with New Paltz artists who were featured in Wired Gallery’s “Golden Age of New Paltz” exhibition. Here’s what they found: Jon Ellis Stevens reflects on the radical times of […]

Students in Professor Lisa Phillips’ Literature of Journalism class were assigned to immerse themselves in the unfamiliar. Here’s what they found: Maeve Allen watches puppets perform during a rehearsal of Avenue Q, where the theater department students express themselves through their characters. Connie Rotunda danced her way to the center […]

Students in Professor Lisa Phillips’ Literature of Journalism class were assigned to immerse themselves in the unfamiliar. Here’s what they found: The New Paltz Men’s Rugby Team is observed by a student who sees how they handle practices, games, and navigating the loss of one of their own. The ball […]

Students in Professor Lisa Phillips’ Literature of Journalism class were assigned to immerse themselves in the unfamiliar. Here’s what they found: Emily King, farm girl at heart accompanies the Sustainable Agriculture club at a local farm to see how non-farmers but passionate agricultural people handle farm life and what they […]