Topics include: VanBlarcum is misinformed, lawmakers’ transphobia, Ulster County nepotism, Parkinson’s Awareness Walk.
The pay is ludicrous — I’m teaching four courses in this spring semester for $10,000. For a typical class size of 20 students, that works out to a per course instructional cost of $125 per student, or $500-625 for a typical semester course load of 4-5 courses taught exclusively by adjuncts (and they do teach over one-third of the courses at New Paltz).
Selections from the May 4 edition of Kingston Times.
We all lose if we do not treat the immigrants in our communities, and one another, with the respect and trust that we all deserve.
Topics include: Faso meets with mental health providers, 2017 town board campaign, the decline of organized labor, GOP shell game on health care, drug testing our teens, hope for addicts, keeping Saugerties beautiful, post-prom success.
This week’s topics include: Faso’s choice not to hold town hall meetings, women power needed, the great health care swindle, the spirit of our laws, banning memorializing resolutions and Little League congratulations.
Topics include: Faso’s troubling statements at town hall meeting, Trump’s foreign policy, don’t repeal health care law without a replacement, Saugertiesian’s foreign trip suggests need to invest in high-speed rail.
Before allowing large events beyond Smorgasburg, planners need to consider the impact on the neighborhood.
Topics include: Congress sides with corporations on Internet privacy, raise the age of criminal responsibility, speed limit on 9W should be lowered; thank you Jim Bruno, the no-nukes dream, memorializing resolutions serve important function; Faso insincere about climate
Selections from the April 6 issue of Kingston Times.