Remembering Dennis O’Keefe

September 22, 2011 Rachel Freeman 0

The fifth annual Dennis O’Keefe lecture shed light on the concept of community on Wednesday, Sept. 21 in the Coykendall Science Building Auditorium at 5 p.m. The lecture was created to commemorate and celebrate O’Keefe, a staff member at the Sojourner Truth Library, and all the differences he made on campus. With a variety of interests including architecture […]

Hudson Valley Connections

September 22, 2011 John Tappen 0

The Dorsky held a public reception for its new exhibit, “Linking Collections, Building Connections: Work from the Hudson Valley Visual Arts Collections Consortium” on Saturday, Sept. 17. The exhibit brings together 150 pieces of art, including paintings, photographs, sculptures, printmaking and drawings from the Hudson Valley Visual Arts Collections Consortium […]

Cross Country Goes the Distance

September 22, 2011 Kate Blessing 0

The SUNY New Paltz Cross Country has started their race toward conference glory successfully, with both men and women performing well at the Vassar and New Paltz Invitationals. Most recently the men’s team took third place out of five at the New Paltz Invitational; the women’s team swept first place. “My goals for the season are to finish the women’s team in the top four in the conference as well as top 10 in the region and the men’s team in the top six in the conference and top 20 in the region,” said Head Coach Michael Trunkes. The team has adjusted to harder workouts as their goals become more ambitious. Early on they are moving up the ranks and accomplishing ambitious goals. “We began by beating Oneonta for the first time in history at our first home invitational. This moved us up in the rankings a lot. They’re top 10 in the region so beating them was a big step for us,” […]