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3D Printing Initiative Leads To Partnership

After SUNY New Paltz received a $10 million grant for a Engineering Innovation Hub, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand announced that the college will be partnering with 3D Systems to promote the development and use of 3D printing in New York State. New Paltz President Donald Christian said Gillibrand was the connector between 3D Systems, the  Hudson Valley Economic Development Corporations and […]

Photo by Lizzie Nimetz.

Senate Discusses Upcoming Campus Events

On Wednesday, Oct. 22, the student senate met to hold committee elections and to discuss the many upcoming programs on campus and within the New Paltz community. At the start of the meeting, senate discussed the request of response from the President to the academic affairs committee from a resolution passed in February of 2014. They discussed the reform of […]

Photo by Ali Matthews.

Village Sewage Repair Moves Forward

Health concerns resulting from an outdated sewage system have forced the Village of New Paltz to begin new construction starting this winter. The sewer system in its current state threatens to create blockages and overflow if left unrepaired, sparking concern from residents who are part of the sewage line. An informational meeting was held on Oct. 6 to discuss the […]

Photo by Pat Arnow.

SUNY Adopts System-Wide Sexual Assault Policy

On Thursday, Oct. 16, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced new policies addressing sexual assault incidents and charges that will be implemented uniformly throughout the entire SUNY network. Along with new bystander intervention programs on campus such as “Step Up! New Paltz” and W.A.R. (Walk Against Rape), these new policies aim to create a safer environment for women in SUNY colleges and […]

Photo by David Dugatkin.

Disaster Prep And Response Program Comes To Campus

On Monday, Oct. 20, an informational meeting was held to discuss the creation of a SUNY New Paltz based Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). A division of former President George W. Bush’s Citizen Corps program, CERT provides free training and education to volunteer citizens about disaster response and preparedness for hazards that may impact their area. Volunteers are trained in […]


Features

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No TurboVote Needed In New Paltz

SUNY New Paltz has chosen to opt-out of an electronic voting system for students this election season. State University of New York Chancellor Nancy Zimpher announced on Oct. 2 that SUNY colleges and universities across the state would be partnering with Democracy Works, a nonprofit, nonpartisan tech start-up, to help voter registration and participation with their TurboVote technology. According to […]

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A&E

Photo by Maxwell Reide.

Sculpting Success on Water Street

Art is all around us, a part of our everyday life, and at times even in places where it may go unnoticed. That however is the beauty of art and precisely what the Water Street market demonstrates. On Saturday, Oct. 18 the Water Street Market hosted its first annual sculpture walk and fall reception. From 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., […]

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Sports

Photo by Lizzie Nimetz.

Women’s Soccer Pushing for Playoffs

The women’s soccer team has won two out of their last three SUNYAC conference matchup games. With a current record of 2-3-2 in SUNYAC play, the Hawks must defeat both of their upcoming opponents in order to clinch the sixth and final seed in the 2014 SUNYAC Tournament. On Friday, Oct. 10, the Hawks shutout SUNY Plattsburgh in a final […]

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Editorial

Cartoon by Julie Gunderson.

Assault Reassessed

On Oct. 2, New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered SUNY to change how they prevent, investigate and prosecute sexual assault on all 64 of its campuses. The new policy will include a SUNY-wide definition of consent that is required from all participants before engaging in sexual activity and as an immunity policy that protects students who come forward in […]

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Assault Reassessed

Cartoon by Julie Gunderson.

On Oct. 2, New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered SUNY to change how they prevent, investigate and prosecute sexual assault on all 64 of its campuses. The new policy will include a SUNY-wide definition of consent that is required from all participants before engaging in sexual activity and as an immunity policy that protects students who come forward in […]

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Women’s Soccer Pushing for Playoffs

Photo by Lizzie Nimetz.

The women’s soccer team has won two out of their last three SUNYAC conference matchup games. With a current record of 2-3-2 in SUNYAC play, the Hawks must defeat both of their upcoming opponents in order to clinch the sixth and final seed in the 2014 SUNYAC Tournament. On Friday, Oct. 10, the Hawks shutout SUNY Plattsburgh in a final […]

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Sculpting Success on Water Street

Photo by Maxwell Reide.

Art is all around us, a part of our everyday life, and at times even in places where it may go unnoticed. That however is the beauty of art and precisely what the Water Street market demonstrates. On Saturday, Oct. 18 the Water Street Market hosted its first annual sculpture walk and fall reception. From 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., […]

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