For MFA graduate Funlola Coker ’22g, a SUNY artists’ fellowship presents a chance at a homecoming

  Funlola Coker ’22g produces work in metal that reflects a long and circuitous journey as an artist, from arriving in the U.S. from Lagos, Nigeria, 15 years ago, through […]

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Two nations, two colleges, two degrees: Turkish alumna Deniz Ahman ’21 shares her New Paltz Dual Diploma story

International students come to SUNY New Paltz each semester to pursue the academic and social benefits of the college experience in the United States. Thanks to our Dual Diploma programs, […]

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“Everyone deserves a roof over their head”: Recent graduate Sarah Bale-Crowder ’22 studies the national eviction crisis

As eviction and housing crises loom over the U.S., recent SUNY New Paltz graduate Sarah Bale-Crowder ’22 (English) saw an opportunity to elevate research on this issue and advocate for […]

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Hudson Valley history delivered straight to your device, courtesy of Sophia Acquisto ’22

Sophia Acquisto ’22 (Childhood Education) accomplished a lot during her time at New Paltz: Honors Program membership, SUNY Chancellor’s Award winner, a Library of Congress internship, study abroad in Ireland, […]

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“In almost a year, your life changes”: International Business alumna returns to speak with New Paltz students

When Keydy Espinoza ’21 (International Business) was a student in New Paltz’s School of Business, she always appreciated hearing from recent program graduates who were finding their way as early […]

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Art History Associate Professor Keely Heuer is the 2022 Mentor of the Year

In a time-honored tradition, Associate Professor of Art History Keely Heuer was awarded this year’s Undergraduate Research Mentor of the Year.  Throughout her tenure, Heuer has worked to make the […]

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A tale of two eras: As Commencement approaches, New Paltz students reflect on the before and after of COVID-19

For many members of the SUNY New Paltz class of 2022, the “college experience” has been a fractured thing: two years of relatively normal, traditional times on campus, followed by […]

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