Latest stories from SUNY New Paltz

SUNY New Paltz earns high marks in 2024 U.S. News & World Report rankings

University excels on lists measuring return on investment, including a ranking as the No. 8 best public university in the Northeast

President Wheeler’s October 2023 Report to the Faculty

Updates on the budget, enrollment and upcoming events, and a thank-you for a successful semester kickoff

The Dorsky Museum’s 22nd Annual Gala is Oct. 7

Tickets are available for fundraising reception and recognition ceremony that supports The Dorsky’s permanent collection and education programs

Distinguished Speaker Series with journalist and author Sonali Kolhatkar

Award-winning writer will highlight media examples of diversity and inclusivity in Oct. 19 talk

Alumni Reunion Weekend is Oct. 20-22

Click here for information on events this year, where to stay and how to get involved in this year’s Alumni Reunion Decades Challenge

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The LatinX Club @nplatinxclub shared flags, food and positivity in this video for Hispanic Heritage Month.

More news from around campus

Dorsky Museum appoints Sophie Landres, Ph.D. as curator and exhibitions manager

Landres brings vast experiences as a curator, art historian, educator and arts writer to role

SUNY New Paltz rises to Gold level in STARS sustainability rating

New Paltz is the second comprehensive university in the SUNY System to earn distinction for advancing sustainability initiatives, including the 2022 Summer Sustainability Retreat (pictured here)

“Aloha Say the Pretty Girls” debuts Oct. 20 in Parker Theatre

In first production from Department of Theatre Arts for 2023-24, this play showcases what finding your tribe is like in a world gone haywire

Psychology Professor Glenn Geher asks “What Exactly is Courage”?

9/27/23, Psychology Today
Latest column presents the psychological traits that are often connected to courageous actions

Naseem Haidaoui ’25 (Political Science) shares insights from summer internship with Ulster County Climate Corps

9/30/23, Times Union
Haidaoui was among several high school and college students working this summer to build climate solutions

Coverage of former music faculty Lou Pappas’ jazz band

10/3/23, The Millbrook Independent
Rio Jazz Quartet plays cool jazz music on a regular basis