Latest stories from SUNY New Paltz

Class of 2018 alumnus launches new luxury fashion brand

Kevin Castel ’18 is the co-founder of Akúlix, producing unique, hand-made clothing using high-quality and sustainably sourced materials and fabrics


College, Village, Town and State officials celebrate new public safety funding

$200,000 from state for services including police and fire protection

New Paltz alumnus appointed CEO of Mohonk Mountain House

Fifth generation of Smiley family leadership at resort

“Timothy Greenfield-Sanders: The Trans List” opens Aug. 29

Fall 2018 exhibition features works by legendary photographer & filmmaker

Photo of the Week

Honey bees are loving the new, blooming Green Roof outside the Haggerty Administration Building. The plaza deck near the Atrium, which sits above ground-level spaces in the HAB and the Student Union, was renovated in 2017. The Green Roof was added during the renovation. It may look like any other garden, but it's actually helping prevent flooding in the offices below by absorbing excess water.

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Engineering students, faculty begin natural fiber analysis

Grant-funded research at New Paltz enhances farm-to-industry supply chain

New BC discussion brief focuses on failing test scores in NYS

Study tracks significant spike in zero scores given to students in grades 3-8

PianoSummer 2018 marks 20th anniversary of Flier Competition

Hudson Valley’s premier classical music series returns to SUNY New Paltz with gala performances & recitals throughout month of July

SUNY New Paltz mechanical engineering program continues to grow

07/08/18, New Paltz Times
This past spring 2018 semester, 203 enrolled undergraduates were majors in SUNY New Paltz’s program in mechanical engineering – a very robust number considering that a major in that subject was first announced only in October 2014

SUNY New Paltz’s 3D printing lab helps move medicine, technology forward

07/08/18, Times Herald-Record
Some brain surgeons may not have to worry about finding organs to practice on, thanks to SUNY New Paltz’s Hudson Valley Advanced Manufacturing Center

Hudson Valley artists create concept of time travel in Dorsky exhibit

07/11/18, Poughkeepsie Journal
The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art’s ninth annual Hudson Valley Artists exhibit is open, and this year, Anastasia James, curator of Exhibitions and Programs, asked artists to submit work that engages with the concept of time travel


Astronomy Night
8:30 p.m.
Planetarium shows at the John R. Kirk Planetarium and telescope viewings at Smolen Observatory will continue through the summer at SUNY New Paltz


PianoSummer: Marc-André Hamelin Recital
7:00 p.m.

Hamelin is known worldwide for his unrivaled blend of consummate musicianship and brilliant technique
Tickets available online.


20th Annual Doug Sheppard Classic Golf Tournament
8:00 a.m.

Breakfast, BBQ, refreshments, an awards banquet, and 18 holes at the Powelton Club in Newburgh, N.Y.