Latest stories from SUNY New Paltz

Beyond Plastics: Campus pivots to aluminum for beverage sales

Student Sustainability Ambassadors help lead effort to reduce plastic consumption

Spring 2021 COVID-19 testing schedule and resources

Get tested every week you’re on campus as required by SUNY


Bronx-based alumna helps keep children learning through pandemic

Stephanie Whiteman’s literacy tutoring business is a community effort

New Paltz rises to No. 8 on Military Friendly® small public schools list

Second straight top-10 rating on service to veterans, dependents and active military students


TravelMag: New Paltz a top five charming college town in NY

National publication recognizes our village for great dining, hiking and culture

Photo of the Week

One of our new favorite follows is @hvdronegirl, a project of Tara Kleinhans '16 (Digital Media Management) '21g (Business Administration). Tara wrote her drone photography business plan as her undergraduate capstone and launched her start-up as a licensed drone pilot right after graduating. She still finds her way back to her alma mater, as she did for this shoot, staged by carving a snowshoe mandala pattern on one of our south fields.

More news from around campus

Care packages and quarantine

Center for International Programs helps students from abroad overcome new hurdles

Pandemic Radio

How WFNP stayed on-air and reached new listeners after everything changed


Sarah Hennies is 2021 Davenport Resident for New American Music

Groundbreaking composer, performer and audio-visual artist joins the Department of Music this semester

SUNY New Paltz exhibit explores ‘Collective Consciousness’ of 2020

2/18/21, Poughkeepsie Journal
Works by Department of Art faculty at the Dorsky Museum

Local guardsman deployed to guard Library of Congress during inauguration

2/16/21, Hudson Valley One
John Marro ’22 (Adolescence Education), a New Paltz student and New York Army National Guardsman, shares story of his deployment to Washington, D.C., following Jan. 6 insurrection

‘An Unusual Situation’ provides coping tool for children

2/28/21, Daily Freeman
New children’s book out now from New Paltz’s School of Fine & Performing Arts and Institute for Disaster Mental Health