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Someone walks up to you on the street and offers you a two-day $50,000 vacation to the Adirondacks. There’s just one catch: You have 10 minutes to pack, and you have to leave right now. What do you do? How would you spend the money?
Once you’ve made the spontaneous decision to go for it, you sign up for the Adirondack Woodsmen’s School at Paul Smith's College, of course.
That’s how it all went down for two friends from the Midwest this past summer, and you can see it unfold on the upcoming episode of 50/50 on the Travel Channel next week. Read more »
Students in Prof. Kelly Cerialo’s Field Studies in Hospitality class reported the findings of a 14 week marketing research project on the Adirondack Craft Beverage Trail during a presentation at the Crandall Public Library in Glens Falls on Thursday, Dec. 3.
The Post Star summarized the presentation by saying, “The region’s craft beverage makers are on the right track, but they could be doing more to bring in tourists.” Read more »
Curt Stager, professor of natural sciences at Paul Smith's College, landed an op-ed in the Sunday edition of the New York Times.
"It's a mistake to think the climatic effects of our carbon emissions will be over within a few decades or centuries," Stager writes. "Our intergenerational responsibilities run much deeper into the future."
New donation funds a multi-million dollar challenge
The Paul Smith's College Board of Trustees and president, in consultation with longtime philanthropists Joan and Sandy Weill, have decided that the college will not appeal a ruling made earlier this month in the matter of a petition relative to a naming gift that the college had filed with the New York State Supreme Court. Read more »