Athletic complex reaches closer to completion

Athletic complex reaches closer to completion

May 9, 2016

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor Dirt, gravel and heavy equipment cover the $4.5 million dollar project planned to enhance athletics by next year. “We’re probably about one third complete with the entire project,” said Richard Edwards, Physical Plant director. The project is set to be completed by Sep. 1, according theRead 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

Athletic complex reaches closer to completion

Athletic complex reaches closer to completion

May 9, 2016

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor Dirt, gravel and heavy equipment cover the $4.5 million dollar project planned to enhance athletics by next year. “We’re probably about one third complete with the entire project,” said Richard Edwards, Physical Plant director. The project is set to be completed by Sep. 1, according theRead More

Athletic complex reaches closer to completion

Athletic complex reaches closer to completion

May 9, 2016

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor Dirt, gravel and heavy equipment cover the $4.5 million dollar project planned to enhance athletics by next year. “We’re probably about one third complete with the entire project,” said Richard Edwards, Physical Plant director. The project is set to be completed by Sep. 1, according theRead More

One last reflection before moving on

One last reflection before moving on

May 9, 2016

Matt Whalen Editor-in-Chief People always say that everything good must come to an end. That is true when it comes to leaving The Hudsonian. Being a part of the Hudsonian has been an incredible journey that I will never forget and always keep an eye out for in the future.Read 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

Signing off from the sports desk

Signing off from the sports desk

May 9, 2016

John C. Longton III Sports Editor I am currently writing this letter at 2 a.m. on a Monday morning at my desk in the Hudsonian office. My eyes are bloodshot, I have Red Bull flowing through my veins and there is no where else I’d rather be. This is aRead 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

Athletic complex reaches closer to completion

Athletic complex reaches closer to completion

May 9, 2016

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor Dirt, gravel and heavy equipment cover the $4.5 million dollar project planned to enhance athletics by next year. “We’re probably about one third complete with the entire project,” said Richard Edwards, Physical Plant director. The project is set to be completed by Sep. 1, according theRead More

Athletic complex reaches closer to completion

Athletic complex reaches closer to completion

May 9, 2016

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor Dirt, gravel and heavy equipment cover the $4.5 million dollar project planned to enhance athletics by next year. “We’re probably about one third complete with the entire project,” said Richard Edwards, Physical Plant director. The project is set to be completed by Sep. 1, according theRead More

Other News

Student artwork fills Foundation wall

Student artwork fills Foundation wall

May 9, 2016 at 1:29 pm 0 comments

Rebecca Jordan News Editor Seven pieces of student artwork are on display in the Foundation’s new conference space. “Of course these things never come too easy seeing how the wall is bright Hudson Valley green,” said Kylie Farrell, Teaching Gallery assistant. “Finding student work that would work nicely with thatRead More

Finals week cut in contract, ‘increased pressure’ on students

May 9, 2016 at 1:27 pm 0 comments

Ryan Zielinski Staff Writer The loss of finals week this past year has affected students and faculty alike. In past semesters, finals week has caused problems. Tests were scheduled with no regard for a class’s regular meeting times. This resulted in students being forced to miss work to attend testsRead More

One last reflection before moving on

One last reflection before moving on

May 9, 2016 at 1:22 pm 0 comments

Matt Whalen Editor-in-Chief People always say that everything good must come to an end. That is true when it comes to leaving The Hudsonian. Being a part of the Hudsonian has been an incredible journey that I will never forget and always keep an eye out for in the future.Read More

Nothing is boring

Nothing is boring

May 9, 2016 at 1:19 pm 0 comments

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor My word count was zero after months of trying to define my experience on campus. My deadline was calendar pages away and I couldn’t put a simple sentence together. My best source was me — and I declined to comment multiple times. Last week, my researchRead More

Veteran fights PTSD through music

Veteran fights PTSD through music

May 9, 2016 at 1:13 pm 0 comments

Jenny Caulfield Creative Editor Jim Blanas used music to help him cope with his four years fighting in Afghanistan. Twenty seven year-old Blanas spent four years in the United States Army overseas. Left with brain damage and post traumatic stress disorder, he turned to music to restore normalcy in hisRead More

To the Hudson Valley community,

May 9, 2016 at 1:06 pm 0 comments

Rebecca Jordan News Editor To the Hudson Valley community, I have a confession to make: I am not a news writer. Well, I suppose that’s not entirely true. Rephrased: I wasn’t a news writer until the Hudsonian snatched me up out of my freshman uncertainty. I have written creatively everRead More

Student artists rock new type of ‘Math’

Student artists rock new type of ‘Math’

May 9, 2016 at 12:47 pm 0 comments

Jenny Caulfield Creative Editor Three Hudson Valley students are looking to change the world with their music, and stop at nothing to become the biggest band on earth. Animal Math is composed of four members, three of which that attend Hudson Valley. Jim Blanas on lead vocals and guitar, ShawnRead More

Signing off from the sports desk

Signing off from the sports desk

May 9, 2016 at 12:38 pm 0 comments

John C. Longton III Sports Editor I am currently writing this letter at 2 a.m. on a Monday morning at my desk in the Hudsonian office. My eyes are bloodshot, I have Red Bull flowing through my veins and there is no where else I’d rather be. This is aRead More

We got five on it

We got five on it

May 9, 2016 at 12:34 pm 0 comments

Samantha Longton Staff Writer Centerfielder Connor McDonough prepares to hang his hat after his second and final season of playing for the Hudson Valley Vikings baseball team. McDonough first picked up baseball at age four and hasn’t stopped playing since. “I’ve always been around sports, especially baseball and softball,” saidRead More

Baseball heads into home stretch

Baseball heads into home stretch

May 9, 2016 at 12:29 pm 0 comments

John C. Longton III Sports Editor The baseball team is 24-6 heading into their postponed matchup with their regional foe Herkimer Generals. The Vikings will host the Generals on Tuesday for a double header that was pushed back twice due to inclement weather. Originally the two teams were paired toRead More