Students speak out against “Saint Ross” accusations

Students speak out against “Saint Ross” accusations

September 27, 2016

Jenny Caulfield Managing Editor An arrest, throwing water bottles and students with tears in their eyes only begin to describe the results of “Saint Ross” on campus last week. “Saint Ross”, actually named Ross Jackson, left many students in emotional distress after preaching his views of religion on campus. “IRead More

“What is your opinion on the technology on campus?”

September 27, 2016

Rebecca Jordan Editor-in-Chief Students have expressed different reactions in response to the technological problems experienced on campus since the beginning of school. “It makes it more difficult because we are more technology-based now. It’s kind of hard to be able to do your assignments or look up something if theRead More

Students speak out against “Saint Ross” accusations

Students speak out against “Saint Ross” accusations

September 27, 2016

Jenny Caulfield Managing Editor An arrest, throwing water bottles and students with tears in their eyes only begin to describe the results of “Saint Ross” on campus last week. “Saint Ross”, actually named Ross Jackson, left many students in emotional distress after preaching his views of religion on campus. “IRead More

Students speak out against “Saint Ross” accusations

Students speak out against “Saint Ross” accusations

September 27, 2016

Jenny Caulfield Managing Editor An arrest, throwing water bottles and students with tears in their eyes only begin to describe the results of “Saint Ross” on campus last week. “Saint Ross”, actually named Ross Jackson, left many students in emotional distress after preaching his views of religion on campus. “IRead More

Students speak out against “Saint Ross” accusations

Students speak out against “Saint Ross” accusations

September 27, 2016

Jenny Caulfield Managing Editor An arrest, throwing water bottles and students with tears in their eyes only begin to describe the results of “Saint Ross” on campus last week. “Saint Ross”, actually named Ross Jackson, left many students in emotional distress after preaching his views of religion on campus. “IRead More

Public speaking club looks to engage audience

Public speaking club looks to engage audience

November 24, 2015

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor “Everyone has something to do,” said Public Speaking Club president Joshua Dayter at the club’s first official meeting last week. Every meeting, members switch their roles in the new club from speakers to evaluators. “There’s a wide scale of exposure,” said club vice president Chad Albright.Read More

Women’s soccer shuts out opponents

Women’s soccer shuts out opponents

September 27, 2016

Brandon Hladik Sports Editor In their last four games, they’ve put up a total of 32 goals all the while holding their opponents to nothing. Sophomore forward/midfielder Elisabeth Morehouse has accounted for 14 of the 32 goals on this streak and assisted on two other goals of her teammates. MorehouseRead More

You have to work with what you have

You have to work with what you have

February 22, 2016

Emily VanLeuven Staff Writer The women’s basketball team fell to Fulton-Montgomery 83-52 this past Wednesday (2/17) in their final game of the season dropping its record 1-24. Starting the game off with a winning tip, Deirdre Werner of Tamarac scored to start the team off positive. With this Hope RebeorRead More

Students speak out against “Saint Ross” accusations

Students speak out against “Saint Ross” accusations

September 27, 2016

Jenny Caulfield Managing Editor An arrest, throwing water bottles and students with tears in their eyes only begin to describe the results of “Saint Ross” on campus last week. “Saint Ross”, actually named Ross Jackson, left many students in emotional distress after preaching his views of religion on campus. “IRead More

Students speak out against “Saint Ross” accusations

Students speak out against “Saint Ross” accusations

September 27, 2016

Jenny Caulfield Managing Editor An arrest, throwing water bottles and students with tears in their eyes only begin to describe the results of “Saint Ross” on campus last week. “Saint Ross”, actually named Ross Jackson, left many students in emotional distress after preaching his views of religion on campus. “IRead More

Other News

All College Meeting informs campus on the state of the college

All College Meeting informs campus on the state of the college

September 27, 2016 at 4:23 pm 0 comments

Zoe Deno Staff Writer The semi-annual All College Meeting that occurred last Monday where President Andrew Matonak informed faculty and students on the current state of the college. After an introduction by Emma Dillon, the student senate president, Matonak took the stand to talk about the issues of the college.Read More

“What is your opinion on the technology on campus?”

September 27, 2016 at 4:11 pm 0 comments

Rebecca Jordan Editor-in-Chief Students have expressed different reactions in response to the technological problems experienced on campus since the beginning of school. “It makes it more difficult because we are more technology-based now. It’s kind of hard to be able to do your assignments or look up something if theRead More

Hudson Valley switches from Google to Microsoft

September 27, 2016 at 3:56 pm 0 comments

Rebecca Jordan Editor-in-Chief There were many benefits the college experienced because of their switch from Google to Microsoft, including peace of mind regarding privacy. “That was one of the problems with Google,” said John Brennan, chief information officer. “If they’re subpoenaed by anybody, they’re very likely to just hand overRead More

College attempts Wi-Fi improvement

September 27, 2016 at 3:50 pm 0 comments

Rebecca Jordan Editor-in-Chief ITS has made several upgrades to the internet and Wi-Fi systems over the summer due to increasing student use. “The more [devices] you allow, the more they want, and the more they want to bring. The more bandwidth you throw at them, the more they eat itRead More

Students find ways around parking

Students find ways around parking

September 27, 2016 at 3:42 pm 0 comments

Skylar Blankenship Staff Writer Students are continuing to struggle with the morning traffic and parking around Hudson Valley. The college constructed a parking garage, created new parking lots and restructured other parking lots in attempts to provide more parking for students. Hudson Valley also purchased property near the former GroveRead More

Students risk hearing loss from earbuds

September 27, 2016 at 3:23 pm 0 comments

Julio Rodriguez Staff writer Anywhere you go on campus, you’re likely to spot a person or two with earbuds in. Earbuds are used by a majority of students on campus to listen to their music and are also sold in the bookstore. As popular as they are, the detrimental effectsRead More

Health classes offer mental wellness for students

September 27, 2016 at 3:17 pm 0 comments

Shelby Collins Staff Writer Students at Hudson Valley can take health classes that focus more on emotional wellness than physical strength. There are a wide variety of health classes that can satisfy the health requirement needed for a majority of majors at Hudson Valley. These health classes are more thanRead More

Vice President uses service experience to benefit campus

Vice President uses service experience to benefit campus

September 27, 2016 at 3:10 pm 0 comments

Adam Whittet Staff Writer Stephen Pelletier prides himself on what he can give back to his community. Pelletier, who graduated from Berlin High School, racked up a number of experiences that he felt would make him an ideal candidate for his goals at Hudson Valley. Pelletier is currently acting asRead More

Women’s soccer shuts out opponents

Women’s soccer shuts out opponents

September 27, 2016 at 2:59 pm 0 comments

Brandon Hladik Sports Editor In their last four games, they’ve put up a total of 32 goals all the while holding their opponents to nothing. Sophomore forward/midfielder Elisabeth Morehouse has accounted for 14 of the 32 goals on this streak and assisted on two other goals of her teammates. MorehouseRead More

New women’s tennis coach calls for players

New women’s tennis coach calls for players

September 27, 2016 at 2:48 pm 0 comments

Zoe Deno Staff Writer The new women’s tennis coach Tom Bain, describes the benefits of joining Hudson Valley’s tennis team. “I’ve had a few women say, ‘oh jeez, I can’t do it, I’m a beginner. You don’t want me.’ No, we definitely want you. Our team is small right now,Read More