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Student Senate Sexual Harassment Statement

Student Senate Sexual Harassment Statement

November 8, 2016 at 3:29 pm 0 comments

Setodzi Avoke Staff Writer The Student Senate released an official statement condemning the politicization of sexual abuse and assault survivors, showing their empathy and support for those affected. Manik Elahi, Secretary and Trustee of the Student Senate, has proposed and passed a document representing the Student Senate’s desire to harshlyRead More

Student housing on track for fall semester

Student housing on track for fall semester

November 8, 2016 at 3:25 pm 0 comments

Skylar Blankenship Staff Writer For the Fall 2017 semester, the college will have the opportunity to rent housing space at the new student housing building. The building, located at 100 Morrison Ave. is a three-minute walk from the main campus. Earlier in 2016, Hudson Valley sold the land where theRead More

Smoldering cigarette causes fire scare

Smoldering cigarette causes fire scare

November 6, 2016 at 5:12 pm 0 comments

Rebecca Jordan Editor-in-Chief Smoke in the Administration Building last Tuesday night was due to a smoldering cigarette. Fire trucks, an ambulance and Public Safety personnel appeared at the Administration building to investigate the smell of smoke in the building. After officers had inspected the building for signs of fire andRead More

Student arrested during “Saint” Ross confrontation speaks out

Student arrested during “Saint” Ross confrontation speaks out

October 19, 2016 at 11:03 pm 0 comments

Rebecca Jordan Editor-in-Chief Deborah Gary tells her side of the story and explains why she confronted “Saint” Ross. Gary is a fine arts student who heard Rev. Ross Jackson’s preaching as she was walking to class on Wednesday, Sept. 21. “His sign said, ‘You deserve hell’ with a finger pointingRead More

Fall Fest in Review

Fall Fest in Review

October 12, 2016 at 11:42 pm 0 comments

Shelby Collins Junior Copy Editor The faculty team defeated the students in the Viking Cup during last week’s Fall Fest activities. The game lasted five innings. The student team outnumbered the faculty team by one, but the faculty held the lead the whole way, starting the final inning with aRead More

Low attendance at the Wellness Fair raises questions

October 12, 2016 at 11:35 pm 0 comments

Setodzi Avoke Staff Writer Limited participation in last week’s Wellness Fair was due to a lack of awareness. “I seem to recall there might’ve been a mention in one of those announcement emails they send out, but I probably wasn’t paying a lot of attention at that time,” Megan AnnRead More

What is the HonorScholar Program?

October 12, 2016 at 11:31 pm 0 comments

Anthony O’Connell Junior News Editor The HonorScholar program helps students get more out of their college experiences. “The HonorScholar program challenges me and gives me something to achieve. Instead of a straightforward curriculum, the program is much more rigorous and social based, unlike a typical lecture class,” said Cody  DiNicola,Read More

Mazzone Preview

Mazzone Preview

October 12, 2016 at 11:27 pm 0 comments

Anthony O’Connell Junior News Editor Angelo Mazzone, hospitality entrepreneur and owner of PRIME Business Dining, will be speaking on campus this Wednesday. Sponsored by the entrepreneurs and investment clubs, the event is open to all students on campus. There will be free food from PRIME available in Brahan Hall, roomRead More

Enrollment numbers drop despite increased projection

Enrollment numbers drop despite increased projection

October 4, 2016 at 8:13 pm 0 comments

Anthony O’Connell Staff Writer Hudson Valley has experienced a 2.6 percent decrease in enrollment this year, but is taking steps to increase headcount. “HVCC had a record 14,011 students enrolled in 2010, when the country was coming out of the recession. As the economy recovered and the job market inRead More

Changes in advising leave students with questions

Changes in advising leave students with questions

October 4, 2016 at 8:07 pm 0 comments

Julio Rodriguez Staff Writer Students are concerned with the advising changes the liberal arts and sciences department has made in an effort to better serve students. “I’m frustrated because an advisor should be a counselor. You want to be able to get know them so you can feel comfortable aroundRead More