Paul Smith's Adirondack Woodsmen's School
This roped-off section of campus is actually protecting the underground home of some snapping turtle eggs. Given a gestation period of three to four months, the hatchlings should appear around late August or early September.
Submitted by Alum Matt Ferrara
It was a warm fall day, I was a freshmen, the leaves were on the brink of the annual Adirondack color explosion; I was invited to climb outside while on my way to the college’s indoor climbing gym. This was the beginning...
Submitted by staff member Kevin Cooney
The flavors are many. The number of add-ons is daunting. And, luckily, when it comes to ice cream, there's no shortage of places within driving distance of campus for you to indulge in this summer must. So, in no particular order, we give you “12 Great Ice Creams near Paul Smith’s.”
Submitted by CALA senior Chris M. Griffin
In the Adirondacks your pantry is often filled with some wonderful seasonal options and truly fresh produce. This dish was inspired by eggs raised by staff member Lydia Wright and features seasonally available fiddleheads.
Submitted by faculty member Sarah Hart.
St Regis Mountain: a climb familiar and loved by so many of us who call Paul Smith’s campus, or very near it, home.