Executive endorsements create stir

Executive endorsements create stir

April 26, 2016

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor “A vote for Shane is a vote for success,” shouted Student Senate vice president Bryce Kirk passing through the courtyard next to Brahan Hall with a group of Shane Batcher supporters. Kirk and Student Senate president Everett McNair’s advocacy for Shane Batcher during the first dayRead More

Free condoms stacked in Campus Center

Free condoms stacked in Campus Center

February 10, 2016

Evette Linendoll Staff Writer “That’s fucking fantastic,” said Student Senate treasurer Josiah Dillon about discovering the free condoms in the Wellness Center. The Wellness Center has a large basket of free condoms ranging from Lifestyles to Trojan Magnums, available to all Hudson Valley students. The basket is located in theRead More

Emma Dillon elected Student Senate President

April 26, 2016

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor Emma Dillon defeated Shane Batcher by 25 votes for Student Senate president with the Surprise Party taking the majority of the executive board. All of the candidates — with the exception of treasurer elect Daniel Kusky — gathered outside of the Student Activities office after theRead More

Emma Dillon elected Student Senate President

April 26, 2016

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor Emma Dillon defeated Shane Batcher by 25 votes for Student Senate president with the Surprise Party taking the majority of the executive board. All of the candidates — with the exception of treasurer elect Daniel Kusky — gathered outside of the Student Activities office after theRead More

Emma Dillon elected Student Senate President

April 26, 2016

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor Emma Dillon defeated Shane Batcher by 25 votes for Student Senate president with the Surprise Party taking the majority of the executive board. All of the candidates — with the exception of treasurer elect Daniel Kusky — gathered outside of the Student Activities office after theRead 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

Monumental season

Monumental season

April 26, 2016

John C. Longton III Sports Editor The baseball team is tied for first place with the nationally ranked Herkimer Generals with less than half of the season remaining. Second year head coach Alex Jurczynski has his team playing at a high level with even higher aspirations. Toting a 15-1 conferenceRead 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

Emma Dillon elected Student Senate President

April 26, 2016

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor Emma Dillon defeated Shane Batcher by 25 votes for Student Senate president with the Surprise Party taking the majority of the executive board. All of the candidates — with the exception of treasurer elect Daniel Kusky — gathered outside of the Student Activities office after theRead More

Emma Dillon elected Student Senate President

April 26, 2016

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor Emma Dillon defeated Shane Batcher by 25 votes for Student Senate president with the Surprise Party taking the majority of the executive board. All of the candidates — with the exception of treasurer elect Daniel Kusky — gathered outside of the Student Activities office after theRead More

Other News

What building personality are you?

April 26, 2016 at 9:09 pm 0 comments

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor Is your focus centered around academics like the Marvin Library or having fun like Joe Bruno Stadium? Learn about your campus building personality type below. Lang/Higbee Hall If you’re a Lang/Higbee, you have a very straight-forward personality. “What you see is what you get,” is oneRead More

Assault On The Living Guitarist thrashes at Guitarfest

Assault On The Living Guitarist thrashes at Guitarfest

April 26, 2016 at 8:59 pm 0 comments

Jenny Caulfield Creative Editor Chris Chapman has devoted his life to a heavy lifestyle. Chapman is the guitarist for metal band Assault On The Living, who have been performing using multiple subgenres of metal since 2011. Over their five years as a band, Assault On The Living have shared theRead More

Executive endorsements create stir

Executive endorsements create stir

April 26, 2016 at 8:55 pm 0 comments

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor “A vote for Shane is a vote for success,” shouted Student Senate vice president Bryce Kirk passing through the courtyard next to Brahan Hall with a group of Shane Batcher supporters. Kirk and Student Senate president Everett McNair’s advocacy for Shane Batcher during the first dayRead More

CDTA student ridership rises despite enrollment drop

CDTA student ridership rises despite enrollment drop

April 26, 2016 at 8:49 pm 0 comments

Rebecca Jordan News Editor The number of students who have ridden CDTA have risen since last year despite the decrease in enrollment. An average of 1,300 individual students per month rode CDTA from Sept. 2015 to Feb. 2016. Despite the decrease in enrollment the college has experienced over the pastRead More

Campaign trail mix: Candidates hand out snacks

Campaign trail mix: Candidates hand out snacks

April 26, 2016 at 8:43 pm 0 comments

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor Scones, brownies and donuts glazed over the senior election campaign trail. “Food will bring me over to a table, but someone’s spiel has to be really good,” said Sanghai Kamara, fine arts student, carrying a scone from the Surprise Party’s Springfest table. The Surprise Party, secretarialRead More

Monumental season

Monumental season

April 26, 2016 at 8:32 pm 0 comments

John C. Longton III Sports Editor The baseball team is tied for first place with the nationally ranked Herkimer Generals with less than half of the season remaining. Second year head coach Alex Jurczynski has his team playing at a high level with even higher aspirations. Toting a 15-1 conferenceRead More

SUNY recognizes five Hudson Valley students

SUNY recognizes five Hudson Valley students

April 20, 2016 at 10:58 pm 0 comments

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor             Five new portraits will receive the honor of being awarded the Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence, adding their names to nearly two decades of student influence on the library wall. Erica Shudt Women’s basketball captain and 2016 recipient Erica ShudtRead More

Hudson beauty: Students make the most of makeup

Hudson beauty: Students make the most of makeup

April 20, 2016 at 5:57 pm 0 comments

Sophia Jamil Staff Writer Trying to be a student and looking good at the same time might come easier to some than others. Some Hudson Valley students will go above and beyond to do their daily makeup. Although students might not wish to put in a effort for their appearance,Read More

How I became part of a Trump rally fight

April 20, 2016 at 5:24 pm 0 comments

Brandon Hladik Staff Writer Video Link: http://www.usatoday.com/videos/news/nation/2016/04/12/82934934/ Never before in my life had I been surrounded by so much hate and bigotry until I attended the Donald Trump rally at the Times Union Center last Monday. Despite attending the rally with no intentions of trouble or protest, I was involvedRead More

Senate reconsiders election changes before terms end

April 20, 2016 at 5:14 pm 0 comments

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor The election committee tabled bylaw conflict for next year’s Student Senate to address. “They would have all year to look it over and get through the process of getting it changed so the next election will be clean,” said Student Senate president Everett McNair. During lastRead More