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
The rise in the resale industry is projected to continue at an increasing rate with Millenials and Gen Z driving growth. By Jessica Barr In some utopian society, the fashion industry is already operating on a near perfect circular economy, functioning with resale as the main proponent for revenue and sales. In the real world, … Continue reading Out with the New, In with the Old
By Elise Franck Here’s a secret: intense workouts can be fun. But getting started can be difficult, and not just for physical reasons. When I started going to the gym, I didn’t like working out in a space with so many other people. I was convinced they were staring at me out of the corner … Continue reading Starting Advanced Weightlifting Workouts
By Nadine Cafaro Fashion: A word easily comprehensible, but broadened into revolutionary trends followed by wide arrays of people. From turtlenecks to platform boots, fashion is changing at a rapid pace—and New York Fashion Week is a key place to watch it transform. Marc Jacobs/Gloves (shutterstock) For New York Fashion Week this year, the idea … Continue reading 2020 New York Fashion Week: Trending Now
By Katherine Goldblatt The Disability Resource Center at SUNY New Paltz is a place for any student with a documented disability to go and receive support and community from staff and other students with disabilities while attending New Paltz. It is a treasure trove of disability resources and a small family tucked away on the … Continue reading Being A Student in the Disability Resource Center
By Morgan Hughes Where Is It? Schenectady NY Describe It Schenectady is a city in upstate, New York. Once called “the city that lights and hauls the world”, also called “the electric city” (yes I know Scranton, PA is too), Schenectady is the birthplace of Thomas Edison’s General Electric company. It’s also known for Proctors … Continue reading Where Do You Call Home?
By Megan Tomasic It can be hard to find a purpose in our daily lives. We all need something to drive us, something to motivate us to get out of bed in the morning and start our day. Days can be long and dreary at times, but setting goals and creating checkpoints for yourself internally … Continue reading The Power of Goal Setting
By Judy Anne Capiral I always found discomfort in distant family parties. I hardly ever saw this side of the family, visiting them only on specific occasions or holidays. Although I value family above all else, it becomes difficult when both sides of the family are so different. I am half-Filipina and half-Peruvian. Some years … Continue reading Navigating Two Cultural Identities
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 Gabriella Rivera Over the break I was experimenting with family meals and rarely do I get the chance to cook meat, so I picked a large cut of pork. The pork loin is tender, flavorful and some of the juiciest cuts of pork when it is cooked well. For me, a good marinade can … Continue reading Simple and Comforting: Pork Loin with Pan Sauce