Student Senate executives await life beyond Hudson Valley

Student Senate executives await life beyond Hudson Valley

May 5, 2015

Tyler McNeil Creative Editor While the next executive board in the Student Senate anticipates moving in to the Student Activities Office starting June 1, officers Grace Harrison, My’Asia Colon, Fanny Motey and Samantha Bedell are anticipating the future beyond Hudson Valley. “It completely changed my whole campus experience,” said HarrisonRead More

Documentary questions sustainability of eating meat

Documentary questions sustainability of eating meat

May 5, 2015

Jefri Nazri Staff Writer Around 80 people filled the Maureen Stapleton Theatre last Wednesday for a screening of the documentary “Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret” hosted by the Animal Outreach Club along with the New York State Humane Association. The film showed how factory farming and animal agriculture is a leadingRead More

The end of “everything must come to an end”

The end of “everything must come to an end”

May 5, 2015

Tyler McNeil Creative Editor I often refuse to say “goodbye.” Sometimes I walk away from conversations without a proper ending, because endings are never veritably proper. I don’t have the right to end anything because I’ve never started anything, I’ve just continued everything I’ve been given. There’s a common, overusedRead More

The end of “everything must come to an end”

The end of “everything must come to an end”

May 5, 2015

Tyler McNeil Creative Editor I often refuse to say “goodbye.” Sometimes I walk away from conversations without a proper ending, because endings are never veritably proper. I don’t have the right to end anything because I’ve never started anything, I’ve just continued everything I’ve been given. There’s a common, overusedRead More

Twin baseball players help baseball march towards playoffs

Twin baseball players help baseball march towards playoffs

May 5, 2015

John C. Longton III Staff Writer Darren and Dustin Conte were new coming freshman this year at Hudson Valley Community College. The 2014 Hudson Senior High School graduates were supposed to attend Columbia-Greene Community College and be a big part of the Twin’s baseball program. That is until they metRead 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

The end of “everything must come to an end”

The end of “everything must come to an end”

May 5, 2015

Tyler McNeil Creative Editor I often refuse to say “goodbye.” Sometimes I walk away from conversations without a proper ending, because endings are never veritably proper. I don’t have the right to end anything because I’ve never started anything, I’ve just continued everything I’ve been given. There’s a common, overusedRead More

The end of “everything must come to an end”

The end of “everything must come to an end”

May 5, 2015

Tyler McNeil Creative Editor I often refuse to say “goodbye.” Sometimes I walk away from conversations without a proper ending, because endings are never veritably proper. I don’t have the right to end anything because I’ve never started anything, I’ve just continued everything I’ve been given. There’s a common, overusedRead More

Student Senate executives await life beyond Hudson Valley

Student Senate executives await life beyond Hudson Valley

May 5, 2015

Tyler McNeil Creative Editor While the next executive board in the Student Senate anticipates moving in to the Student Activities Office starting June 1, officers Grace Harrison, My’Asia Colon, Fanny Motey and Samantha Bedell are anticipating the future beyond Hudson Valley. “It completely changed my whole campus experience,” said HarrisonRead More

New Senate leaders also elected as Investment Club executives

New Senate leaders also elected as Investment Club executives

May 5, 2015

Tyler McNeil Creative Editor Over the course of this academic year, three members of the Investment Club, the fastest-growing club on campus, have gone from struggling to fund a trip to Wall Street to winning four executive seats in student government. Three elected Student Senate officers secured Investment Club seatsRead More

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The end of “everything must come to an end”

The end of “everything must come to an end”

May 5, 2015 at 8:04 pm 0 comments

Tyler McNeil Creative Editor I often refuse to say “goodbye.” Sometimes I walk away from conversations without a proper ending, because endings are never veritably proper. I don’t have the right to end anything because I’ve never started anything, I’ve just continued everything I’ve been given. There’s a common, overusedRead More

Twin baseball players help baseball march towards playoffs

Twin baseball players help baseball march towards playoffs

May 5, 2015 at 2:12 pm 3 comments

John C. Longton III Staff Writer Darren and Dustin Conte were new coming freshman this year at Hudson Valley Community College. The 2014 Hudson Senior High School graduates were supposed to attend Columbia-Greene Community College and be a big part of the Twin’s baseball program. That is until they metRead More

Viking’s year end in review

May 5, 2015 at 11:45 am 0 comments

Bobby Colla Sports Editor Fall Football: The Football team had their best season in over a decade. The team started the season 8-0, earning the right to the #19 spot in the NJCAA National Rankings. The team’s undefeated season was ended when they were shut out in their final game,Read More

Softball heads to postseason after sweep

May 5, 2015 at 11:41 am 0 comments

Bobby Colla Sports Editor The Vikings flexed their muscles going into the postseason, with two mercy victories over Adirondack on Saturday, May 2. After being swept in two games by #2 Herkimer on Thursday, Apr. 30, the Vikings rebounded with a two-game sweep of Adirondack. “We knew we had toRead More

Allison Ford: More than just a pitcher

May 5, 2015 at 11:37 am 0 comments

  Bobby Colla Sports Editor The Vikings’ top pitcher, Allison Ford, is not only in the top ten in ERA for the NJCAA but also excels as a hitter. Ford has a .509 batting average, which is top 30 in the nation. Ford’s swing is reminiscent of Major League BaseballRead More

Senior Class President Adam Day raises involvement and livestock

Senior Class President Adam Day raises involvement and livestock

May 5, 2015 at 11:21 am 0 comments

Jefri Nazri Staff Writer Adam Day has gone from the silo to senior class president, working for change in the senate stemming from a history of community service. “The goal was to try and understand more about what goes on around campus, learn about different clubs and check in withRead More

Student Senate President Grace Harrison’s Letter to the Community

Student Senate President Grace Harrison’s Letter to the Community

May 5, 2015 at 11:17 am 0 comments

Dear Friends, Suddenly, two years seems too brief! Graduating from Hudson Valley Community College is a bittersweet prospect, and I will miss this amazing campus community. I wish to thank the faculty, staff, administration and all students for a lovely, engaging, fun and productive year. We are so fortunate toRead More

Documentary questions sustainability of eating meat

Documentary questions sustainability of eating meat

May 5, 2015 at 11:12 am 0 comments

Jefri Nazri Staff Writer Around 80 people filled the Maureen Stapleton Theatre last Wednesday for a screening of the documentary “Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret” hosted by the Animal Outreach Club along with the New York State Humane Association. The film showed how factory farming and animal agriculture is a leadingRead More

Associate dean passes leadership lessons to students

May 5, 2015 at 11:06 am 0 comments

Manik Elahi Staff Writer Student Activities held its 11th student leadership workshop of the semester on Monday, Apr. 27, in Siek Campus Center Room 150. The topic of the workshop was “Implementing Change as a Leader–Powerfully & Successfully.” About 25 students attended the workshop, which was led by a veryRead More

Anthrax attack drill held on campus

May 5, 2015 at 11:03 am 0 comments

Durgin McCue News Editor The Rensselaer County Department of Health ran a point of distribution (POD) drill in the McDonough Sports Complex on Friday, May 1, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The event consisted of about 100 Rensselaer County staff simulating a massive distribution of medical supplies. The staffRead More