Archive for September 28th, 2015

Student looks in-depth on perception

Student looks in-depth on perception

September 28, 2015 at 11:09 pm 0 comments

Tyler McNeil, Managing Editor At three-years-old, Breanna Carpico has her first eye alignment operation. Instead of surgery changing the way others saw her eyes, it eventually changed the way she saw the world. “I don’t really even think about that a lot because it doesn’t really stop me from doing anything,”Read More

Nostalgic video game sweeps Naked Pear Café

Nostalgic video game sweeps Naked Pear Café

September 28, 2015 at 10:26 pm 0 comments

Brandon Freer Staff Writer Almost every day, a small group of people can be seen huddled around a small television playing Super Smash Bros in the Naked Pear Cafe. “I think it’s  good because I feel like a lot of people here grew up playing Super Smash Bros,” said KevinRead More

Campus club takes pride in starting drama

Campus club takes pride in starting drama

September 28, 2015 at 9:46 pm 0 comments

Samantha Longton Staff Writer With two advisors, Theatre Club has put on countless one acts, full plays, and student directed performances since becoming active. Students are given the opportunity to express their creativity by not only performing on the stage but also possibly directing a show for the club. “IRead More

The blurry line between flirty and disturbing at Hudson Valley

The blurry line between flirty and disturbing at Hudson Valley

September 28, 2015 at 9:41 pm 0 comments

Ceora Gibson Staff Writer I was sitting alone at a table playing Sudoku when a guy approached me and asked kindly if he could sit with me. After I said “yes,” he asked me a few conversation starters. It was nothing too overwhelming but, I am very shy which causedRead More

International journalists hit the Hudson Valley campus

International journalists hit the Hudson Valley campus

September 28, 2015 at 9:39 pm 0 comments

Matt Whalen Editor-in-Chief This past Wednesday, The Hudsonian hosted a special event for 20 international journalists as part of their trip around the Capital Region. The journalists came as part of a national tour organized by the United States Department of State, and the Bureau of Educational and Cultural AffairsRead More