Hudson Valley Students Reflect On Pain of September 11th

Ashley Elston Staff Writer “It means a day of remembrance, a sad day. A time to reflect and a time that the world kind of stopped,” said Louis Coplin, Director…

Like the cloud of toxic dust that sickened the people near the collapsed towers, a toxic cloud of violence and extreme measures to prevent it has permeated the globe. Photo courtesy of KPBS.org

The Dust That Hasn’t Settled

Millions of tons of dust made of metal, cement, glass, wires, asbestos, and human remains plumed in the vicinity of the collapsed World Trade Centers on September 11th, 2001. Over…

Tiara Kruzinsky On a Tear to Start Season

Bobby Colla Staff Writer In soccer, nine goals in six games is very rare for a single player, but Tiara Kruzinski has done just that for Hudson Valley’s Women’s Soccer…

Women’s Soccer Still Undefeated

Bobby Colla Staff Writer “Total control” is the only way to describe the 10-0 Hudson Valley win over Clinton on Saturday in the pouring rain. This win improves the Vikings’…

Barbara Nelson, chairperson of the Troy Planning Commission, led the approval of the site plan for Hudson Valley student housing on Thursday. Photo by Tyler McNeil

Site Plan Approved for Student Housing

The site plan for student housing submitted by Omni Development and Sequence Development was approved by the Troy Planning Commission on Thursday, Sep. 11. Omni hopes to begin construction in…

A student takes advantage of opportunities provided at the Part Time Job Fair on Wednesday.

Employers Put Jobs on the Table

Andrea Currie Staff Writer Local employers such as Pfeil’s Hardware in Troy and Berkshire Farm Center Services for Youth in New Canaan occupied tables next to national chains such as…

MMA Club Getting Up After Knockout

After taking a hit, a new Mixed Martial Art’s club has been planned to sweep the campus. The club dissolved in Spring 2013 when former advisor Joe Cardillo left the…

Jonathan Gradess, Executive Director of the New York Defenders Association, raised awareness for wrongful convictions at Hudson Valley on Tuesday. Photo by Konrad Odhiambo

Expert Discusses Wrongful Convictions at Hudson Valley

Nichole Danyla Staff Writer Innocent people go to jail and it can happen to anyone: that was the message on Tuesday at noon in the BTC auditorium during the first…

Campus Ministry Hosts Mindfulness Meditation Every Tuesday

Every Tuesday at noon in the Campus Ministry, students have a chance to participate in a guided meditation session lead by the Campus Chaplain, Cylon George. “I did it before…

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Investment Club Growing Membership and Portfolio

Over 40 students packed into the third floor classroom in BTC on Wednesday at 3 p.m. for the Investment Club’s meeting. Some students were dressed in professional attire, including full…