Media Ethics videos were produced by students in professor Howard Good’s fall 2012 Media Ethics class. Groups observed issues facing the media today and conducted ethical evaluations of topics such as sexism in video games, same sex marriage announcements and shaping the image of the Syrian president. Check out these […]

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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 […]

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Ever since Cait O’Connor, an undeclared first year student, was seven she has struggled with a Binge Eating Disorder. Food was her friend for a long time and she has finally been doing something to break the cycle. “Through healthy eating, monitoring my food intake, and regular but not excessive […]

Students on campus at SUNY New Paltz will notice a new set of solar panels at the South Classroom Building after October 1. After a setup lasting four days, the school is now operating a twenty-panel solar system that is estimated to contribute 6,000 kilowatt hours per year to the […]

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StonybrookSecond-year Julianna Sebade once again spent Easter Sunday in her SUNY New Paltz dorm, doing homework and surfing the web. “I usually spend religious holidays with family,” Sebade, who is from Far Rockaway said. “We go to mass and all have dinner together but I haven’t been able to go […]

SUNY New Paltz has increasingly become a local melting pot, attracting students from all parts of the world with its exceptional academic and diverse appeal, according to New Paltz’s study abroad website. New Paltz’s distance from New York City also appealed to many students interested in studying in America. “I […]

Black Solidarity Day 2011 was observed on Nov. 7 at the Pointe Praise Family Life Center in Kingston N.Y. Students and Faculty started arriving at the center at 8:30 a.m. and waited in the dining hall for libation and breakfast. Black Solidarity day was started in Brooklyn in 1969 by […]

The SUNY New Paltz men’s soccer team concluded their 2011 fall season Wednesday, honoring their 13 battle tested seniors with framed jerseys before the game as part of the team’s annual “Senior Day.” Despite the 1-0 loss to Drew University (15-2-0) in which the starters rested for the majority of the game […]

  NEW PALTZ– Ten years ago, on the morning of Sept. 11, the United States fell victim to a series of terrorist attacks that killed and injured thousands. However, this number could have been far greater if it weren’t for the heroic men and women who arrived on the scene […]

The definition of ‘walkout,’ according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, is as follows: “The action of leaving a meeting or organization as an expression of disapproval.” When I first heard word, admittedly through Facebook, that a student walkout would be organized in response to the SUNY budget cuts, my gut instinct […]