Two students win national snowshoe titles

Two students win national snowshoe titles

More than a dozen Paul Smith’s College snowshoers traveled to Ogden, Utah, last week, and two of them returned home as national champions. The Striders competed Saturday and Sunday in the United States Snowshoe National Championships, and Matt Leichty and Chloe...
New study sheds light on Lyme disease in the North Country

New study sheds light on Lyme disease in the North Country

“It is no secret Lyme disease is moving and making its way into the North Country,” says Lauren Rosenthal of North Country Public Radio. “The number of reported cases has grown and more people seem to be getting sick. But until now, health officials...
Prof. Curt Stager featured in New York Times

Prof. Curt Stager featured in New York Times

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...
Dozens named All American at Paul Smith’s

Dozens named All American at Paul Smith’s

Thirty-six Paul Smith’s College athletes have been named to the United States Collegiate Athletic Association’s All Academic Team for their success in the classroom this fall. Two members of Paul Smith’s championship golf team made the list along with several...
Paul Smith's College to accept court ruling

Paul Smith's College to accept court ruling

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...