Planned manufacturing center to boost student job oppurtunities

Planned manufacturing center to boost student job oppurtunities

September 20, 2017

Hunter Wallace News Editor Hudson Valley has plans for building the Gene F. Haas Center for Advanced Manufacturing Skills (CAMS) — an addition to campus that will ultimately increase students’ job prospects. According to the summer 2017 issue of Valley View, Hudson Valley’s official alumni magazine, this new $14.5 million,Read More

Vikings present awards to worthy members of the athletic community

Vikings present awards to worthy members of the athletic community

May 10, 2017

Skylar Blankenship Sports Editor The athletic department recognized members of Hudson Valley’s athletic community to close and celebrate the past fall, winter and spring seasons on May 3. The men’s soccer team finished the season with an overall record of of 6-9-2 after losing to Jefferson 2-0. The women’s teamRead More

Planned manufacturing center to boost student job oppurtunities

Planned manufacturing center to boost student job oppurtunities

September 20, 2017

Hunter Wallace News Editor Hudson Valley has plans for building the Gene F. Haas Center for Advanced Manufacturing Skills (CAMS) — an addition to campus that will ultimately increase students’ job prospects. According to the summer 2017 issue of Valley View, Hudson Valley’s official alumni magazine, this new $14.5 million,Read More

Planned manufacturing center to boost student job oppurtunities

Planned manufacturing center to boost student job oppurtunities

September 20, 2017

Hunter Wallace News Editor Hudson Valley has plans for building the Gene F. Haas Center for Advanced Manufacturing Skills (CAMS) — an addition to campus that will ultimately increase students’ job prospects. According to the summer 2017 issue of Valley View, Hudson Valley’s official alumni magazine, this new $14.5 million,Read More

Foster the People’s latest release reflects tones of acceptance

Foster the People’s latest release reflects tones of acceptance

September 20, 2017

Kimberly Easlick Staff Writer The alternative group Foster the People released their third album this summer titled “Sacred Hearts Club” with a few major changes made in the band’s sound. With this new album, there was a definite style change from their previous albums. The band’s first album, “Torches”, andRead More

Students share why they chose Hudson Valley

Students share why they chose Hudson Valley

September 13, 2017

Grace Sgambettera Staff Writer Leila Bruske “I’m at Hudson Valley because I wanted to be in a more accepting environment than my high school,” said Leila Bruske, a high school senior who attended Cambridge Central High School until this fall. The Cambridge teen said the diversity on campus was alsoRead More

Men’s and women’s soccer teams continue winning streak

Men’s and women’s soccer teams continue winning streak

September 20, 2017

Brian Dengler Staff Writer This week was a significant one for our soccer teams, as our men’s and women’s teams racked up some big wins yet again. The women’s team took on the SUNY Adirondack Timber Wolves. winning the game by a landslide with an impressive score of 7-0. OnlyRead More

Men’s and women’s soccer teams continue winning streak

Men’s and women’s soccer teams continue winning streak

September 20, 2017

Brian Dengler Staff Writer This week was a significant one for our soccer teams, as our men’s and women’s teams racked up some big wins yet again. The women’s team took on the SUNY Adirondack Timber Wolves. winning the game by a landslide with an impressive score of 7-0. OnlyRead More

Planned manufacturing center to boost student job oppurtunities

Planned manufacturing center to boost student job oppurtunities

September 20, 2017

Hunter Wallace News Editor Hudson Valley has plans for building the Gene F. Haas Center for Advanced Manufacturing Skills (CAMS) — an addition to campus that will ultimately increase students’ job prospects. According to the summer 2017 issue of Valley View, Hudson Valley’s official alumni magazine, this new $14.5 million,Read More

Planned manufacturing center to boost student job oppurtunities

Planned manufacturing center to boost student job oppurtunities

September 20, 2017

Hunter Wallace News Editor Hudson Valley has plans for building the Gene F. Haas Center for Advanced Manufacturing Skills (CAMS) — an addition to campus that will ultimately increase students’ job prospects. According to the summer 2017 issue of Valley View, Hudson Valley’s official alumni magazine, this new $14.5 million,Read More

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Foster the People’s latest release reflects tones of acceptance

Foster the People’s latest release reflects tones of acceptance

September 20, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Kimberly Easlick Staff Writer The alternative group Foster the People released their third album this summer titled “Sacred Hearts Club” with a few major changes made in the band’s sound. With this new album, there was a definite style change from their previous albums. The band’s first album, “Torches”, andRead More

Men’s and women’s soccer teams continue winning streak

Men’s and women’s soccer teams continue winning streak

September 20, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Brian Dengler Staff Writer This week was a significant one for our soccer teams, as our men’s and women’s teams racked up some big wins yet again. The women’s team took on the SUNY Adirondack Timber Wolves. winning the game by a landslide with an impressive score of 7-0. OnlyRead More

Fall fashion pulses back to life at the Valley

Fall fashion pulses back to life at the Valley

September 20, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Trisha O’Connell Staff Writer Fall is here at last! Say hello to the nose biting mornings and the cool sunny days. The assortment of pumpkin-flavored everything returns better than ever, but in order to rightfully curl up with a classic PSL, one must have the classic fall fashion statements toRead More

Viking’s soccer win against Ulster and Holyoke

Viking’s soccer win against Ulster and Holyoke

September 20, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Skylar Blankenship Sports Editor The Vikings soccer teams each brought home a victory, with the women’s team facing the Holyoke Community College Cougars and the men facing the Ulster Community College Senators on Sept. 7th. The men’s team, lead by head coach Travis Cooke and assistant coach Giacomo Giglio, wonRead More

Looking for a bite: Try Chipotle

Looking for a bite: Try Chipotle

September 20, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Kimberly Easlick Staff Writer If you’ve ever asked yourself, “Where can I get an amazing burrito that’s the size of a small child?” the answer to your prayers would be Chipotle. I am a huge chipotle fanatic, and with the release of their new queso I knew a visit wasRead More

Reduced movie tickets up for grabs at Hudson Valley

Reduced movie tickets up for grabs at Hudson Valley

September 20, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Nick Fisk Staff Writer Watching a movie is a common hobby among Hudson Valley students, but most are unaware that discounted tickets are available every Tuesday through the Student Activities office. Students need not look any further than the Siek Campus Center for Regal Cinemas movie tickets at a fractionRead More

Student leadership expo hosts local news anchor

Student leadership expo hosts local news anchor

September 13, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Zoe Deno Staff Writer Students gained leadership and networking skills, learned about academic services and listened to a keynote speaker during Hudson Valley’s annual Student Leadership Expo last Friday. The event began with registration and introductions by Jessica Gilbert, the academic coach site supervisor of the Center for Academic Engagement.Read More

Men’s soccer team rallies to win first home game

Men’s soccer team rallies to win first home game

September 13, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Brian Dengler Staff Writer Last week, Hudson Valley’s men and women’s soccer teams started the season on a positive note, both going 3-0. The week kicked off with a men’s soccer team home game on Tuesday against Fulton-Montgomery Community College. Despite receiving two yellow cards, the team dominated offensively, scoringRead More

Print or digital: the ramifications of the digital age reach the Dwight Marvin

Print or digital: the ramifications of the digital age reach the Dwight Marvin

September 13, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Jacob Pitts Staff Writer Old inventions are deemed unnecessary as technology advances, and if recent developments in the library department are anything to go by, physical books are in danger. Some argue that they are too heavy, require light to read, and are simply a waste of space, while choosingRead More

Mental health programs make it easy to ask for help

Mental health programs make it easy to ask for help

September 13, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Emmy Farstad Copy Editor For college students with mental illness, asking for help isn’t always easy. Fortunately for Hudson Valley students, the campus offers several resources to assist those who are struggling. Issues like depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and ADHD, among others, can often create challenges for college students, and,Read More