Deep In The Bowels Of Bouton

May 10, 2012 Robin Weinstein 1

Second-year business major Richard Mundy left his room in Bouton Hall to get dinner on April 23 when he found something he didn’t expect: someone had defecated at the end of his hallway. “I saw it. I smelled it and I just knew it was shit,” Mundy said. “It was smudged on the radiator and there was a solid piece on the floor.” Residents in Bouton Hall said finding piles of human waste in the shower is not uncommon, but this is the first time they have […]

Lady Hawks Looks Ahead

May 10, 2012 Kelsey Damrad 0

The Lady Hawks Softball team completed their spring 2012 season with an overall record of 14-26, accompanied by their 6-12 record in SUNYAC play. The Hawks’ season began at the National Training Center Spring Games in Clermont, Fla. From March 17 to 22, where they competed in 12 games and went 4-8. The spring season concluded with back-to-back doubleheaders on the SUNY New Paltz turf against No. 11 SUNY Cortland and SUNY Oswego. The Lady Hawks left the field with a winning game on Friday, but not making it to the SUNYACs was disappointing, Head Coach Denise Marchese said. “The seniors are the most disappointed, they definitely expected more,” Marchese said. “But they never stopped working hard, and I thank them for all of their hard work.” The Hawks were one of the youngest teams in the conference this season with eight first-year players, leaving the team with […]