6 dollar movie tickets?

6 dollar movie tickets?

February 24, 2015

Pat Gareau Editor-in-Chief The Student Senate has passed a measure to raise prices of discounted movie tickets from $5 to $6 next year if enrollment drops three percent or more. Every Tuesday, the discounted tickets can be purchased at the Student Activities office. They are bought from Regal Cinemas inRead More

Art on campus and club meetings among senate’s spring initiatives

Art on campus and club meetings among senate’s spring initiatives

February 3, 2015

Pat Gareau Editor-in-Chief With a semester on the job under their belt and a more experienced team, the Student Senate and its president, Grace Harrison, are working on a new series of initiatives for the spring semester. One is to increase the presence of the arts on campus. “Coming fromRead More

Alston wins conference player of the year

Alston wins conference player of the year

February 24, 2015

Bobby Colla Sports Editor My’Asia Alston has been raved about by many of her teammates, coaches and even opponents all season, and on Friday she was named player of the year for the Mountain Valley Conference. “I’m very happy,” said Alston. She is a player that has not shown muchRead More

Alston wins conference player of the year

Alston wins conference player of the year

February 24, 2015

Bobby Colla Sports Editor My’Asia Alston has been raved about by many of her teammates, coaches and even opponents all season, and on Friday she was named player of the year for the Mountain Valley Conference. “I’m very happy,” said Alston. She is a player that has not shown muchRead More

Vikings end season with win

Vikings end season with win

February 24, 2015

Pat Gareau Editor-in-Chief The Vikings ended the season on a high note with a 70-64 victory over Delhi on Saturday. Only a few days after a loss to Fulton-Montgomery ended their playoff hopes. They finished the season with a win that brought their record to 15-13. Elijah Newsome’s big secondRead More

Hockey closes season with frustrating loss

Hockey closes season with frustrating loss

February 17, 2015

Bobby Colla Sports Editor The Vikings struggled all over the ice in their final game, losing 4-1 to the RPI Club Hockey Team on Sunday at the Houston Fieldhouse. “We can’t focus on the negatives,” said Head Coach Matt Alvey. One big positive was the game goalie Stephen Reilly had.Read More

Hudson Valley lacks diversity at the top

Hudson Valley lacks diversity at the top

February 24, 2015

Pat Gareau Editor-in-Chief Piles of snow aren’t the only white thing on top of Hudson Valley right now. Of  the 10 people on the Board of Trustees and seven in the college’s top administrative positions, none are minorities. Elijah Pore, president of the Black and Latino Student Union (BLSU) said,Read More

Investment Club seeks Wall Street trip

Investment Club seeks Wall Street trip

February 24, 2015

Durgin McCue Staff Writer The Investment Club has been one of the most active on campus this year, and they are seeking opportunities to build on their success. Recently, the budget of the club is a prominent issue for the Investment Club because of the large number of students involved.Read More

Sangetti-Daniels upsizes her game

Sangetti-Daniels upsizes her game

February 24, 2015

Bobby Colla Sports Editor With a decrease in size around her, Sierra Sangetti-Daniels stepped up her game down low for the Women’s Basketball team. Sangetti-Daniels moved to forward and the low post this season, after playing mostly guard last season. The improvement she showed this season earned her a Third-TeamRead More

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6 dollar movie tickets?

6 dollar movie tickets?

February 24, 2015 at 2:58 pm 0 comments

Pat Gareau Editor-in-Chief The Student Senate has passed a measure to raise prices of discounted movie tickets from $5 to $6 next year if enrollment drops three percent or more. Every Tuesday, the discounted tickets can be purchased at the Student Activities office. They are bought from Regal Cinemas inRead More

“To be or not be be” questioned at Maureen Stapleton

“To be or not be be” questioned at Maureen Stapleton

February 24, 2015 at 2:56 pm 0 comments

Tyler McNeil Creative Editor “I think it’s a benefit to students because they get an opportunity to interact with their peers that’s different from the routine of school,” said Rosanne Raneri, theatre department professor, discussing Shakespeare and Company’s sixth visit to Hudson Valley. “They make students feel immediately involved andRead More

Vikings end season with win

Vikings end season with win

February 24, 2015 at 2:34 pm 0 comments

Pat Gareau Editor-in-Chief The Vikings ended the season on a high note with a 70-64 victory over Delhi on Saturday. Only a few days after a loss to Fulton-Montgomery ended their playoff hopes. They finished the season with a win that brought their record to 15-13. Elijah Newsome’s big secondRead More

Women’s basketball heads to playoffs with momentum

Women’s basketball heads to playoffs with momentum

February 24, 2015 at 2:26 pm 0 comments

Tyler McNeil Creative Editor Women’s Basketball showed their dominance in a 71-40 win over Delhi, in their last game before the playoffs, on Saturday. My’Asia Alston lead the team in her last home game with the Vikings, scoring 28 points in the victory, with 7 rebounds and 6 steals. SaraRead More

Investment Club seeks Wall Street trip

Investment Club seeks Wall Street trip

February 24, 2015 at 2:16 pm 0 comments

Durgin McCue Staff Writer The Investment Club has been one of the most active on campus this year, and they are seeking opportunities to build on their success. Recently, the budget of the club is a prominent issue for the Investment Club because of the large number of students involved.Read More

Lacrosse focuses on new coaches, new system

Lacrosse focuses on new coaches, new system

February 24, 2015 at 2:13 pm 0 comments

Bobby Colla Sports Editor Hudson Valley’s Lacrosse team has been going through a lot of change in the recent months. New head coach Matthew Johnson has been installing a new system and a new philosophy into the program. “The focus right now is on learning the system,” said Johnson. AccordingRead More

Sangetti-Daniels upsizes her game

Sangetti-Daniels upsizes her game

February 24, 2015 at 2:09 pm 0 comments

Bobby Colla Sports Editor With a decrease in size around her, Sierra Sangetti-Daniels stepped up her game down low for the Women’s Basketball team. Sangetti-Daniels moved to forward and the low post this season, after playing mostly guard last season. The improvement she showed this season earned her a Third-TeamRead More

The best way to enjoy Troy close to Hudson Valley

The best way to enjoy Troy close to Hudson Valley

February 24, 2015 at 2:06 pm 0 comments

John C. Longton III Staff Writer Hidden at the bottom of the hill on the corner of first and Main Street, the South Troy Diner is one of the best kept secrets Troy has to offer. The diner is only a two minute drive down Route 4 away from campus.Read More

No fireworks for Chinese New Year

February 24, 2015 at 2:02 pm 0 comments

Nichole Danyla Staff Writer Chartwells rang in the Chinese New Year on Feb. 19 by making Chinese themed dishes for its monthly luncheon. The dishes included rice noodle salad with sesame vinaigrette, dim sum, sesame pastry balls filled with sweet red bean paste, egg rolls, crispy orange chicken, broccoli, andRead More

First all-club meeting held Feb. 16

February 24, 2015 at 2:00 pm 0 comments

Jefri Nazri Staff Writer Campus Visit Days were held at Hudson Valley from Feb 16. through Feb. 20. Around 35 prospective students visited the college, along with their parent or guardian. Elise Chan, technical assistant and admissions counselor, coordinated the event with Jessica Pugliese, admissions counselor. The Visit Days coincidedRead More