United Group to build 268-student housing by 2017

United Group to build 268-student housing by 2017

February 2, 2016

Tyler McNeil Managing Editor “ASAP,” responded President Drew Matonak after a college trustee member asked for the groundbreaking date of student housing construction at their monthly meeting last week. Later in the meeting, the Board of Trustees unanimously voted to sell the Hy Rosenblum Administration Building property to the UnitedRead More

How students beat sleep

How students beat sleep

February 2, 2016

Sophia Jamil Staff Writer As college students, we need to prepare for long nights and last minute assignments we will be forced to pull all-nighters for. At Hudson Valley, there are a variety of students that have their own remedies to keep themselves awake and determined to finish their work,Read More

Men’s basketball hitting their stride

Men’s basketball hitting their stride

February 2, 2016

John C. Longton Sports Editor After getting pummeled by eighth ranked Herkimer 95-56 last Saturday, the men’s basketball team has responded well and put together three wins in a row. After their Saturday loss, the team had to hit the road and face a 9-8 Broome team in Binghamton. InRead More

Men’s basketball hitting their stride

Men’s basketball hitting their stride

February 2, 2016

John C. Longton Sports Editor After getting pummeled by eighth ranked Herkimer 95-56 last Saturday, the men’s basketball team has responded well and put together three wins in a row. After their Saturday loss, the team had to hit the road and face a 9-8 Broome team in Binghamton. InRead More

Alternate routes students can take in a snowstorm

February 2, 2016

Chris Payne Staff Writer Getting to Hudson Valley every day is a frequent concern for students during the spring semester. “It’s hard to get to school from [home],” said Rebecca Olsona, a student commuter from Berlin. Olsona finds that her 30 minute trip from Berlin in snow and ice makeRead 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

Men’s basketball hitting their stride

Men’s basketball hitting their stride

February 2, 2016

John C. Longton Sports Editor After getting pummeled by eighth ranked Herkimer 95-56 last Saturday, the men’s basketball team has responded well and put together three wins in a row. After their Saturday loss, the team had to hit the road and face a 9-8 Broome team in Binghamton. InRead More

Women’s Basketball soul searching

Women’s Basketball soul searching

February 2, 2016

John C. Longton III Sports Editor The women’s basketball team hosted the Schenectady Royals on Saturday and fell short 73-60. Their record has dropped to 1-18 and they can’t seem to get over the hump. A team riddled with injuries and and little interest dressed only six players for theRead More

Men’s basketball hitting their stride

Men’s basketball hitting their stride

February 2, 2016

John C. Longton Sports Editor After getting pummeled by eighth ranked Herkimer 95-56 last Saturday, the men’s basketball team has responded well and put together three wins in a row. After their Saturday loss, the team had to hit the road and face a 9-8 Broome team in Binghamton. InRead More

Men’s basketball hitting their stride

Men’s basketball hitting their stride

February 2, 2016

John C. Longton Sports Editor After getting pummeled by eighth ranked Herkimer 95-56 last Saturday, the men’s basketball team has responded well and put together three wins in a row. After their Saturday loss, the team had to hit the road and face a 9-8 Broome team in Binghamton. InRead More

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Men’s basketball hitting their stride

Men’s basketball hitting their stride

February 2, 2016 at 11:43 am 0 comments

John C. Longton Sports Editor After getting pummeled by eighth ranked Herkimer 95-56 last Saturday, the men’s basketball team has responded well and put together three wins in a row. After their Saturday loss, the team had to hit the road and face a 9-8 Broome team in Binghamton. InRead More

Hockey clinches a spot at National’s

Hockey clinches a spot at National’s

February 2, 2016 at 11:41 am 0 comments

Samantha Longton Staff Writer After winning two big home games this past weekend with a combined score of 16-3, the men’s hockey team has clinched a spot in the National Tournament. It started with a 9-1 victory this past Wednesday as Hudson Valley played host to the Mohawk Valley Hawks.Read More

Women’s Basketball soul searching

Women’s Basketball soul searching

February 2, 2016 at 11:39 am 0 comments

John C. Longton III Sports Editor The women’s basketball team hosted the Schenectady Royals on Saturday and fell short 73-60. Their record has dropped to 1-18 and they can’t seem to get over the hump. A team riddled with injuries and and little interest dressed only six players for theRead More

Q and A with Kevin Lenehan

Q and A with Kevin Lenehan

February 2, 2016 at 11:37 am 0 comments

John C. Longton III Sports Editor Kevin Lenehan is the starting center on the men’s basketball team. He’s a freshman from Duanesburg and is having a surprising season. Kevin is transitioning really well into the college level even though he himself didn’t think he was even going to start thisRead More

Renamed department looks to get more than ‘physical’

Renamed department looks to get more than ‘physical’

February 2, 2016 at 11:28 am 0 comments

Rebecca Jordan News Editor The Physical Education Department will have two new degree programs to offer students come fall 2016 and a new name to usher in the change. “For years, we only had [the physical education] track,” said Eric Bryant, assistant director of communications and marketing. “The last coupleRead More

Community Sports Day celebrated in Sports Complex

Community Sports Day celebrated in Sports Complex

February 2, 2016 at 11:26 am 0 comments

Rebecca Jordan News Editor Fans were able to enjoy food and a variety of sporting events during the fifth annual Community Sports Day Saturday afternoon. “Community Sports Day is a way for the college to get more fans to the sports games and show some pride for our teams,” saidRead More

Employers regionwide to fill McDonough

Employers regionwide to fill McDonough

February 2, 2016 at 11:23 am 0 comments

Rebecca Jordan News Editor The part-time job fair being held on Feb. 3 and 4 offers students a variety of job openings to fit nearly any degree program while allowing students to earn some cash and experience. “I think it’s very important for students to attend [the job fair], evenRead More

Alternate routes students can take in a snowstorm

February 2, 2016 at 11:21 am 0 comments

Chris Payne Staff Writer Getting to Hudson Valley every day is a frequent concern for students during the spring semester. “It’s hard to get to school from [home],” said Rebecca Olsona, a student commuter from Berlin. Olsona finds that her 30 minute trip from Berlin in snow and ice makeRead More

Project Aware raises eating disorder awareness

February 2, 2016 at 11:14 am 0 comments

Shakeema Hill Staff Writer Some students on campus may not have personal experience with eating disorders, but are still empathetic to those affected by the disorders’ severity. The month of February is Eating Disorders Awareness Month, and Hudson Valley already has things planned to inform students. Project Aware will beRead More

How students beat sleep

How students beat sleep

February 2, 2016 at 11:12 am 0 comments

Sophia Jamil Staff Writer As college students, we need to prepare for long nights and last minute assignments we will be forced to pull all-nighters for. At Hudson Valley, there are a variety of students that have their own remedies to keep themselves awake and determined to finish their work,Read More