Student Examines Meatpacking Labor Exploitation During Pandemic

Angelina Montez ‘22, a junior double majoring in communication and women’s, gender, and sexuality studies, received a spring Academic Year Undergraduate Research Experience (AYURE) award for her research project, “Understanding the Communicative Conditions of Meatpacking Labor Exploitation amid the COVID-19 Pandemic,” which she’s conducting with faculty mentor Kathleen P. Hunt, an assistant professor of communication.

Without Limits Series Explores the Many Facets of COVID-19 Pandemic

The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences’ annual series Without Limits: Interdisciplinary Conversations in the Liberal Arts explored a host of pandemic-related topics this year. This year’s program, titled, “The End of the World as We Know It? Inequality, Injustice & Trauma During the COVID-19 Crisis,” brought together panelists and guests from a variety of …

Author Mateo Askaripour Participates in Creative Writing Program Reading and Discussion

Author Mateo Askaripour discussed his first novel, his struggle to find his authentic voice and how he became a published writer with SUNY New Paltz students via video conference on Feb. 2, 2021. Kristopher Jansma, associate professor of English and director of the Creative Writing Program, joined Askaripour to participate in a dynamic presentation and …