“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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More than 70 students display 15 innovative projects at Engineering Design EXPO

SUNY New Paltz students in mechanical, electrical and computer engineering showcased a wide variety of unique projects and original prototypes at the 2022 Engineering Design EXPO on Friday, May 6. […]

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Student Research Symposium 2022: 90+ students present original, timely scholarship

The SUNY New Paltz Student Research Symposium returned on Friday, May 6, as students from across academic disciplines shared outcomes of a variety of experiential learning experiences. The Symposium, held […]

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A great day to be on campus: On May 6, students across majors and disciplines share their best work

A number of beloved spring semester traditions are back this year at SUNY New Paltz, with a full schedule of events on Friday, May 6, giving soon-to-be graduates a chance […]

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Mechanical engineering students present at major materials science conference with support from RCSA and AC²

  New Paltz students Hugo Ramirez Grijalba ’22 (Mechanical Engineering) and Justin Boswell ’22 (Mechanical Engineering) traveled to Anaheim, California, to present original research at The Minerals, Metals, and Materials […]

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Four New Paltz students honored with 2022 Chancellor’s Awards for Student Excellence

Four SUNY New Paltz students will receive SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Student Excellence this spring, based on their distinctive academic, athletic, leadership, service, and other achievements and contributions. The awards […]

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Green laundry: Student researcher finds eco-friendly upgrade to Theatre Arts costume chore

  SUNY New Paltz’s Department of Theatre Arts puts on multiple productions a year. That means lots of rehearsals, lots of set design and lots of magnificent costumes. It also […]

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Bringing Disability Studies into the classroom: Two critical approaches from Honors Program students

Given the importance of addressing issues related to race, gender, sexuality and culture in educational settings, it can sometimes feel like other aspects of identity, including disability status, get crowded […]

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