Latest stories from SUNY New Paltz

Digital Media students create nearly 100 videos covering 2019 Woodstock Film Festival

 

“I feel like I learned more during that week than at any point in my career so far”

Bestseller Garrard Conley comes to campus Nov. 19

Stories of “Radical Compassion” and surviving conversion therapy


Shakespeare’s beloved history “Henry V” opens Nov. 14

The classic dramatization of one of English history’s greatest moments

President’s November 2019 Report to the Faculty

Updates on enrollment, budget, campus events, administrative searches and more


Alumnae inspire at fall 2019 Distinguished Speaker Series

Highlights from “fireside chat” between Adams, Shabazz

Photo of the Week

The Women's Cross Country team made program history with its best-ever performance at the SUNY Athletic Conference Championships on Nov. 2. The Hawks had two runners in the Top 5 and four in the Top 20, leading them to a second place overall tournament finish.

More News from SUNY New Paltz

International graduate student helps Village go green

Bringing renewable technology to local water treatment plants

Hundreds return to campus for Reunion 2019

Successful grads come back to reconnect with their alma mater

Soaring Higher – The Campaign for SUNY New Paltz

College launches new initiative to provide opportunity, build capacity and expand possibilities for our students

Radio show host to be honored for bringing C-U a world of sound

11/03/19, The News-Gazette
Alumnus Jason Finkelman ’96 (Music) has built a career promoting music from all corners of the globe

New Paltz takes a stand against racism

11/06/19, New Paltz Times
Students, faculty, staff among more than 200 participants at “Honor Diversity — Defeat White Supremacy” rally

Hudson makes history in mayoral race

11/07/19, Hudson Valley 360
Community organizer and New Paltz alumnus Kamal Johnson ’07 (History) will be one of the youngest mayors in the city’s history

NOV
13

Parking: Cars in Communities
8:00 a.m.

The Benjamin Center will host a morning discussion with city planners and transportation engineers

NOV
15

6th Annual Veterans Day Dining-In
5:00 p.m.

The Office of Veteran & Military Services continues the tradition of honoring campus community members who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces

NOV
17

Family Day at the Dorsky Museum
2:00 p.m.

Exhibition-inspired activities for children and families