A Stroll Down Memory Lane

April 28, 2011 Williem Donahue 0

After 40 years, Professor Peter D.G. Brown has taken a step back to review his career and share it with the students he’s dedicated his life to. His exhibit “What Remains: 40 Years of Teaching, Scholarship & Service at SUNY New Paltz, 1971-2011” opened at the Sojourner Truth Library on April 1. It is compiled of several encased exhibits, each chronicling a […]

Jamming for Japan

April 28, 2011 Rachel Freeman 0

Local musicians shared their tunes and artists sold their work on April 9 in an effort to raise money towards earthquake relief in Japan. The all day and all night benefit show organized by Roger LaRochelle, Pete Newman, Avery Jenkins, Amanda Sisenstein and Garland Middleton featured more than 30 musical acts performing at venues such as Slash Root, Cafeteria and Snugs. One band already booked at Oasis also participated and artists contributed artwork to sell at each show as well. The event was inspired by a similar fundraiser organized by the group last year after the earthquake hit Haiti […]