By Sarah Bale I woke up on April 8in the midst of a pandemic to the news that Senator Bernie Sanders was ending his campaign for the 2020 presidential election. Soon after, floods of individuals on social media stated that they will not vote in the November election because Sanders is not the Democratic nominee. … Continue reading Even If You Can’t Vote Your Top Choice, Voting Is Still A Privilege And Your Responsibility
By Sarah Cunningham I don’t enjoy sharing my opinion with others. Actually as a rephrase, I used to enjoy sharing my opinions with others. Anyone can agree that having a conversation with those who have extreme mentalities and are eager to argue is unbearable. It definitely seems that I’ve had way too many of those. … Continue reading Feminist and Proud
By Cloey Callahan Every month you are all able to read a letter from me, Cloey. Yet, I am only one aspect of what allows The Teller to run so smoothly. With each issue comes a beautiful layout from start to finish throughout the 100 pages. Julia Catalanello is the one behind it all. From … Continue reading Q+A With The Graphic Designer Behind it All: Julia Catalanello
By Madelyn Crews and Beth Rigby Bong Joon-Ho’s “Parasite” can be considered one of the most remarkable films of 2019. All components of the production combine harmoniously to generate a visual representation of classism in South Korea. The cinematography alone highlights the perspectives of the lower classes on the rich, while the powerful score manipulates emotions … Continue reading The Genius Behind “Parasite”: a Brief Review and Analysis
By Jeffrey Seitz It’s hard to believe that “Dungeons and Dragons” has been around for nearly 40 years. What’s even more incredible is the people that play the game. A whole new reality awaits for those who play and that’s what Agnes Evans discovers as she tries to understand her dead sister. Recently, the Theater … Continue reading She Kills Monsters: A Review
By Marissa Ammon In my opinion, the Palisades Center in West Nyack, NY is one of the best malls in this region. Not only because of its size and stores, but because I have many memories at this mall. This four floor mall opened in 1998 and I’ve been going there since I was a … Continue reading Palisades: A Personal Paradise
By Jessica Barr “Lucky! Louie! Get out!” “Oh sh*t, that’s a good name…” Admittedly, that probably wasn’t the extent of the conversation between the band members in Lucky Louie Blues Co. after deciding to name the band after the two dogs ran into their practice, but it’s pretty close to the actual fact. Between playing … Continue reading Lucky Louie Blues Co.
By: Steve Baltsas Like most good music, I found Angel Olsen’s 2016 album My Woman by accident. It had been out for more than a year, but its songs sounded much older. “Shut Up Kiss Me” was an angst-inspired fireworks show of 50s rock n’ roll and 80s punk. “Sister,” nearly eight minutes in length, … Continue reading Angel Olsen’s “All Mirrors”
By: Victoria Cymbal Now that the days are getting cold again, it’s common for most of us to turn to whatever makes us feel comfortable. Comfort can be attained through many different ways, depending on the person. Music is an integral part of the human experience as it helps release and acknowledge our emotions and … Continue reading Get Cozy with Lo-Fi Beats
By: Julia Catalanello What? is the band bringing packed houses and funky tunes to New Paltz. Playing sets ranging from original songs to covers of Phish and Stevie Wonder, What? is sure to make you want to dance. The band features Dan Steen on guitar, Ryan Perrone on trombone and keys, Jeremiah Mahoney on bass, … Continue reading What?