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Carnegie Mellon Claim Sweet Sixteen Spot

Carnegie Mellon women’s soccer sped past the first and second rounds of the NCAA Division III tournament with two pacey performances against Cabrini College and SUNY-Oneonta. 486 more words


This is the Hamblin, not the Goodrich. Do Less.

When I was in NagaMandala I, The Story, was sitting in my beautiful royal blue saree with Akeem who was playing Kappanna. I totally forgot what we were chatting about, but he has a sass that I adore and one day I was like “Honey, this is the Hamblin, not the Goodrich – Do Less.” I may have coined it, but he loved it so much he made it famous in school. 91 more words


Move out programs help students donate to local communities

As residence halls and apartments clear out at the end of the school year, programs across the country give students the ability to donate unwanted items to their local communities. 354 more words


SUNY New Paltz Women’s Soccer Wins First-Ever SUNYAC Championship Defeating Cortland 1-0.

On Saturday Novemeber 5, 2011 the SUNY New Paltz women’s soccer team (number two seed) defeated the number one seed SUNY Cortland women’s soccer 1-0 in the SUNYAC Championship at SUNY Cortland. 121 more words

New Paltz Women's Soccer

For the First Time Since 1988, SUNY New Paltz Women’s Soccer Defeats SUNY Oneonta Women’s Soccer

2011 was a season of firsts for SUNY New Paltz women’s soccer. One of the best wins on the season was against SUNY Oneonta women’s soccer on Tuesday October 18, 2011. 206 more words

New Paltz Women's Soccer

Traveling Abroad Related Blogs

Here are a couple of links and descriptions of blogs created by my fellow classmates who also have experiences traveling abroad!

” Follow the London Calling is a chronicle of applying to graduate school abroad fueled by a passion for all things UK.” 28 more words

New Paltz Women's Soccer

Culinary Champions Again!

OCC’s Hospitality Management team is champions of the Beef Farm Tour and Culinary Competition for the second consecutive year! Students brought home a first-place check worth $2,000. 290 more words

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