Town Board Votes Against Park Point PILOT

Town Board Votes Against Park Point PILOT

Despite the Town of New Paltz Planning Board voting against providing land use to the student-housing project Park Point, should a 25-year payment-in-lieu-of-taxes (PILOT) agreement be approved on Monday, April 7, the Ulster County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) approved the PILOT on Wednesday, April 9. The approved PILOT was given to Wilmorite, a Rochester, N.Y.-based […]

Class Times To Change This Fall

Class Times To Change This Fall

The SUNY New Paltz Department of Enrollment Management recently made the usa pharmacy cheapest viagra decision to change the start time of viagra cheapest price generic classes. Beginning next semester, scheduled courses will be switched from the current system of 10 minutes apart to a 15 minute period between classes, with the exception of 8 a.m. classes. This change, according to Vice President […]

Funds To Be Used For New Positions

Funds To Be Used For New Positions

According to SUNY New Paltz President Donald Christian’s March Faculty Report, Christian has decided to cialis daily uk use the allocated funds from strategic initiatives for several new positions. The positions include: an elevated gifts officer in the Development Office, an Alumni Relations Officer, a position in the Office of Communication and best place levitra Marketing and two positions in the […]

Senate Hosts State Of The Campus

Senate Hosts State Of The Campus

In a break from the weekly Student Association (SA) senate meetings, SA officials hosted a “State of the Campus” program on Wednesday, April 9 at 7:30 p.m. in Lecture Center 104. The event was sponsored by SA and the Student Concerns Committee (SCC), headed by Senate Chair Carissa Moore, to provide an open forum for […]

Council Meets

Council Meets

Council of Organizations met Monday, April 7 at 7 p.m. for their most recent update. A spokesperson for “Be Positive,” a non-profit which funds research and development for finding a cure to childhood cancer, announced an event that will take place May 4. Each club and organization that chooses to participate will pay $10. The […]


Features

Delectable Dishes For American Appetites

An Ohio-native turned New Yorker, Chef Nathan Snow has been immersed in Italian cooking for more than a decade. And while New Paltz isn’t Naples, he believes the buy viagra online order Italian approach to food and his mission for New Paltz’s newest eatery are symbiotic. “The Italian philosophy is the regional plate to your area. In that vein […]

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A&E

I Am Woman, Hear Me Warrior

  The Warriors Dance Team will be taking their name literally as they battle sexism and oppression through movement, music, poetry and comedy during their annual performance showcase “I Am A Woman.” In addition to original Warriors dance numbers, the night will feature performances by New Paltz’s all-female a capella group The Sexy Pitches, dance […]

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Sports

SUNYAC Splits

The softball team began SUNYAC play the weekend of Saturday, April 5 and Sunday, April 6 with a home-field advantage at Mary Gray Deane Field. The Lady Hawks, with a current overall record of viagra no prescription cheap 5-11 and 2-2 record in SUNYAC play, split two doubleheaders against SUNY Cortland and canada cheap viagra SUNY Oswego. On April 5, game one went […]

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Editorial

Times A-Changin’

Recently, the SUNY New Paltz Department of Enrollment Management made the decision to extend the time between classes from 10 minutes to 15 minutes. As a result, the start time of classes, excluding 8 a.m. classes, will begin five minutes later than they currently do. We at The New Paltz Oracle believe this to http://www.audrinc.com/levitra-brand be […]

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Recent Articles

Town Board Votes Against Park Point PILOT

Despite the Town of New Paltz Planning Board voting against providing land use to the student-housing project Park Point, should a 25-year payment-in-lieu-of-taxes (PILOT) agreement be approved on Monday, April 7, the Ulster County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) approved the PILOT on Wednesday, April 9. The approved PILOT was given to Wilmorite, a Rochester, N.Y.-based […]

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Class Times To Change This Fall

The SUNY New Paltz Department of Enrollment Management recently made the decision to change the start time of classes. Beginning next semester, scheduled courses will be switched from the current system of 10 minutes apart to a 15 minute period between classes, with the exception of 8 a.m. classes. This change, according to Vice President […]

read more

Funds To Be Used For New Positions

According to SUNY New Paltz President Donald Christian’s March Faculty Report, Christian has decided to use the allocated funds from strategic initiatives for several new positions. The positions include: an elevated gifts officer in the Development Office, an Alumni Relations Officer, a position in the Office of Communication and Marketing and two positions in the […]

read more