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    The World Wide Silicon Shortage

    The World Wide Silicon Shortage We were no strangers to production shortages in 2020. From toilet paper to groceries, Covid-19 has changed both the consumer and production landscapes. While most of us can relate to the shortages of these everyday items, there’s one industry that has been suffering just out of view for months. The […]

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    Student/Faculty Journal Seeking Writers

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    Gun Violence Soars

    As a society, we have all gone through some of the most difficult times in our lives this past year. Besides living through a worldwide pandemic, gun violence has been more prevalent than ever before. It is scary to constantly see on the news the violent acts people are committing in public places with guns. […]

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    A Recap of the Spring 2021 Season for Farmingdale State Rams!

    With the spring season coming to a close, let’s do a quick recap of these last few AMAZING months for FSC! – 9 sports – 6 Skyline Conference Championships (Women’s Track, Golf, Women’s Lacrosse, Women’s Tennis, Men’s Tennis, Softball) – 7 Skyline Conference Players of the Year  (Alycia Haynes, Chris Iguchi, Brad Castaldy, Courtney Gendels, […]

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  • Image for Value of Betts and Price for the Dodgers.

    Value of Betts and Price for the Dodgers

    Baseball season has finally dawned on us and, to kick things off, we bear witness to likely the biggest trade we will see all year. With a three-way trade between the Los Angeles Dodgers, Boston Red Sox, and Minnesota Twins, we see a sizable shakeup in the league, mainly the migration of outfielder Mookie Betts […]

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    Future of the Houston Astros

    What happens from here? That seems to be the question baseball fans everywhere are asking as news broke recently of the Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal. If you haven’t heard already, somehow with how fast and prominent this news has come out, the Astros were caught stealing signs from other teams en route to their 2017 […]

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  • Image for ‘The Midnight Library’ Book Review.

    ‘The Midnight Library’ Book Review

    Matt Haig’s New York Times bestselling novel “The Midnight Library,” reached me at an opportune time. I found this rather fitting because the main protagonist, Nora, must grapple with her choices and the squandering of potential. This can be chalked up to timing as much as it can be to her frame of mind. Excitement […]

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  • Image for The Wife Upstairs: Jane Eyre Meets The Real Housewives.

    The Wife Upstairs: Jane Eyre Meets The Real Housewives

    Good Summer Read In her adult debut, Rachel Hawkins, offers a delicious twist on a popular classic with her newest novel, The Wife Upstairs. Drawing inspiration from Jane Eyre by Emily Bronte, Hawkins crafts a tale of Southern charm, forbidden romance, and a wife who wants out from upstairs. Freshly arrived in Birmingham, Alabama, we […]

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    S#!%house Review

      Why is college so hard? I feel like I’m just like floating and nobody like- You should take up exercising maybe What? Just throwing shit out. Sorry you’re feeling sad.   It is with this conversation in a lost college freshman’s head between him and his inanimate stuffed animal through subtitles that we find […]

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    A Pandemic State of Mind

    In 2020, I learned that I am more independent and resilient than I thought possible. 2020 was the year I found out who my true friends are. 2020 was also the year that everything fell apart. The last year has not been fun for me. The last year has been hard, I have been hurt […]

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    How I Stay Motivated During The Pandemic

    Although this is a tough time for everyone right now, I believe that it is important to stay positive, motivated, and supportive even though it can be very difficult. Some ways that help me stay motivated to perform my best academically is to be organized, take breaks occasionally, and to work hard for the future.  […]

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  • Image for What Do I Hope For in 2021?.

    What Do I Hope For in 2021?

    What do I hope for in 2021? I think a better question is, what don’t I hope for in 2021? In a year which seemed to be one of more difficult ones, people across the world experienced hardships like no other. A pandemic ravaged the world and continues to devastate the U.S. with record numbers. […]

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  • Image for A Recap of the Spring 2021 Season for Farmingdale State Rams!.

    A Recap of the Spring 2021 Season for Farmingdale State Rams!

    With the spring season coming to a close, let’s do a quick recap of these last few AMAZING months for FSC! – 9 sports – 6 Skyline Conference Championships (Women’s Track, Golf, Women’s Lacrosse, Women’s Tennis, Men’s Tennis, Softball) – 7 Skyline Conference Players of the Year  (Alycia Haynes, Chris Iguchi, Brad Castaldy, Courtney Gendels, […]

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  • Image for FSC’s Nutrition Science Department Celebrates Its First Four Graduates!.

    FSC’s Nutrition Science Department Celebrates Its First Four Graduates!

    What happened? Professors Jack Thomas and Jill Silverman, both from the School of Health Sciences, celebrated the first four graduates from the newly-developed Nutrition Science Department at the 2021 Car-Mencement Ceremony this past weekend on May 22nd. Erin Lettieri and Rachel Phillips each graduated with a B.S. in Nutrition Science and will be attending LIU’s […]

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  • Image for FSC’s Plant Sale Continues Today!.

    FSC’s Plant Sale Continues Today!

    What’s going on? Farmingdale State College’s annual Plant Sale continues today from 9am to 5pm! Here is the full description for the event: The annual Plant Sale at Farmingdale State College will take place Wednesday, May 26, at Parking lot #2 outside of the horticulture gates. The sale will run from 9 AM – 5 […]

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  • Image for FSC’s Nutrition Science Department Celebrates Its First Four Graduates!.

    FSC’s Nutrition Science Department Celebrates Its First Four Graduates!

    What happened? Professors Jack Thomas and Jill Silverman, both from the School of Health Sciences, celebrated the first four graduates from the newly-developed Nutrition Science Department at the 2021 Car-Mencement Ceremony this past weekend on May 22nd. Erin Lettieri and Rachel Phillips each graduated with a B.S. in Nutrition Science and will be attending LIU’s […]

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  • Image for A Dale’s Night: May 11, 2021.

    A Dale’s Night: May 11, 2021

    Good Evening Dale News Community! The second day of finals week will soon be over and everyone is busy trying to make sure they have a strong finish for the end of the Spring 2021 semester. This week is generally referred to as “crunch time” but it can also be a time to reflect on […]

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  • Image for A Dale’s Morning: May 10, 2021.

    A Dale’s Morning: May 10, 2021

    Good Morning Dale News Community! Welcome to another brand new day filled with many possibilities and opportunities for you to progress and be one step closer to achieving your goals. Each day comes with its own set of challenges that we must overcome in order to learn a lesson that we can continue to take […]

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  • Image for FSC’s Nutrition Science Department Celebrates Its First Four Graduates!.

    FSC’s Nutrition Science Department Celebrates Its First Four Graduates!

    What happened? Professors Jack Thomas and Jill Silverman, both from the School of Health Sciences, celebrated the first four graduates from the newly-developed Nutrition Science Department at the 2021 Car-Mencement Ceremony this past weekend on May 22nd. Erin Lettieri and Rachel Phillips each graduated with a B.S. in Nutrition Science and will be attending LIU’s […]

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  • Image for How I Stay Motivated During The Pandemic.

    How I Stay Motivated During The Pandemic

    Although this is a tough time for everyone right now, I believe that it is important to stay positive, motivated, and supportive even though it can be very difficult. Some ways that help me stay motivated to perform my best academically is to be organized, take breaks occasionally, and to work hard for the future.  […]

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  • Image for What Do I Hope For in 2021?.

    What Do I Hope For in 2021?

    What do I hope for in 2021? I think a better question is, what don’t I hope for in 2021? In a year which seemed to be one of more difficult ones, people across the world experienced hardships like no other. A pandemic ravaged the world and continues to devastate the U.S. with record numbers. […]

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  • Image for How to Start a Successful TikTok.

    How to Start a Successful TikTok

    Move over Instagram, TikTok is slowly but surely becoming the most popular social media platform. It began in 2016 by a Chinese company called ByteDance, but finally became the most downloaded app in the United States in October 2018. According to Wallaroom media, it is estimated that 800 million people are actively using the app, […]

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  • Image for Mock Interviews Lead To Real-Life Success.

    Mock Interviews Lead To Real-Life Success

    Students in Professor Jeaniffere Vila’s EGL 310 Technical Writing class conducted mock interviews in preparation for hitting the job market. Professor Vila reports that numerous students have landed jobs based on the research they do for this assignment and the skills they develop. From left to right: Tia Armstrong (sophomore majoring in Science, Technology, and Society); Juan […]

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  • Image for Volunteer Opportunity for Michael Weinstock.

    Volunteer Opportunity for Michael Weinstock

    Michael Weinstock is currently running for Congress against incumbent, Thomas Suozzi. Despite this incredible opportunity, Weinstock grew up homeless which was a formative experience that informs his ideas on making education affordable in the United States. Specifically, Weinstock believes that there should be more programs in which the government reduces or forgives student loans if […]

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