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  • Image for Turning A New Chapter: Revival of Farmingdale State College’s NAACP Chapter.

    Turning A New Chapter: Revival of Farmingdale State College’s NAACP Chapter

    “If there is a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, you must be the one to write it.” — Toni Morrison   Attending the school of my dreams after making exceptional grades through all of high school and overcoming my parents’ strict conservative cultural views of a young woman […]

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  • Image for Road To Disability Inclusion.

    Road To Disability Inclusion

      According to Accessible Dispatch, the top three colleges in New York State that advocate and accommodate students with disabilities are two SUNY universities, Cortland and Empire State college and a private institution, Hofstra University.  They also include other SUNY schools on their website, but what’s alarming is that our campus was not listed. Therefore, […]

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  • Image for 2022 New York Opening Day Preview.

    2022 New York Opening Day Preview

    As the 2022 baseball season approaches its first pitch, all 30 teams are preparing for the grind that comes with a new year and the excitement of starting with a clean slate. While some teams have higher expectations than others, it’s clear that both the Mets and Yankees have one goal in mind; bringing a […]

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  • Image for 2022 New York Opening Day Preview.

    2022 New York Opening Day Preview

    As the 2022 baseball season approaches its first pitch, all 30 teams are preparing for the grind that comes with a new year and the excitement of starting with a clean slate. While some teams have higher expectations than others, it’s clear that both the Mets and Yankees have one goal in mind; bringing a […]

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  • Image for Super Bowl LVI Recap.

    Super Bowl LVI Recap

    After all the buildup and hype surrounding the Super Bowl passed and the clock hit zeroes, it was the Los Angeles Rams hoisting the Lombardi Trophy as the team captured its second Super Bowl championship in franchise history with a 23-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals.  The Rams started the 2021 season with “Super Bowl or […]

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  • Image for A New Home for the Islanders.

    A New Home for the Islanders

    The first ever game at UBS Arena represented a lot more than just a 5-2 defeat for the New York Islanders at the hands of the Calgary Flames. It signaled the start of something really special; an arena that the Islanders can finally call “home.” The uncertainty of where the Islanders will play their home […]

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  • Image for “Louder Than Words”: A Review of Tick, Tick… Boom!.

    “Louder Than Words”: A Review of Tick, Tick… Boom!

    I had never heard of creator Jonathan Larson, of the critically acclaimed and hugely popular musical Rent. I was familiar with the show, having seen the film adaptation when I was 12 years old and off-Broadway production a few years later. I enjoyed the catchy tunes and melodic showstopper “Seasons of Love,” but the heavier […]

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  • Image for “He’s All That” & “She’s All That”: A Movie Review.

    “He’s All That” & “She’s All That”: A Movie Review

    He’s All That When He’s All That came out on Netflix in August 2021, we finally got to see a reboot of the movie She’s All That, which came out 23 years ago, but this time it’s starring Addison Rae, Tanner Buchanan, Madison Pettis, Myra Molloy and Rachel Leigh Cook (who also starred in the […]

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  • Image for A Review of the Alec Baldwin Incident.

    A Review of the Alec Baldwin Incident

    October 21st started as any other day of filming on the set of Rust. Alec Baldwin was rehearsing a scene in which he would cross-draw a revolver and point it directly at the camera lens. Once shooting was to begin, an assistant director grabbed a prop gun from the armorer on set, confirming the gun […]

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  • Image for Covid-19’s Impact on Education.

    Covid-19’s Impact on Education

    The Infamous COVID-19 Pandemic: A catastrophic time of our lives that we will now carry with us forever. As society got tossed into the unknown, playful memes flooded the internet and the virus was ultimately deemed as a joke. We have all seen them; and now we know not to eat the “bat soup.” Little […]

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  • Image for “Lost in Unison” by Abbey-Rose Salvemini.

    “Lost in Unison” by Abbey-Rose Salvemini

    There is a very strong stigma amongst teenagers that we are young and dumb so much so that pop singer Khalid, released a song called “Young Dumb & Broke.”  The song bursted with popularity and I can certainly attest to the lyrics being true.  Although we teenagers would love to be autonomous individuals, we are […]

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  • Image for Destination: Take a Break at Gantry Plaza State Park.

    Destination: Take a Break at Gantry Plaza State Park

    As I drive my car down the road, it moves towards the apex of a hill. Not a grassy hill, but a hill of black and white striped lines. Other cars surround me, but not enough to make my route guideline on my GPS go red for heavy traffic. Not that I need that GPS […]

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  • Image for Run for Office in the Student Government Association Executive Board Elections!.

    Run for Office in the Student Government Association Executive Board Elections!

    The Student Government Association of Farmingdale State College is having elections for their Executive Board Positions. The positions are President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary. Read more information below about the elections that was provided by Alicia Femoyer from The Herd.   Candidates must meet the following requirements: Completed at least one semester at FSC, Have […]

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  • Image for Campus Electrical Shutdown Scheduled for Today at 5am!.

    Campus Electrical Shutdown Scheduled for Today at 5am!

    To the Campus Community: The electrical infrastructure of the campus will undergo maintenance today, February 18. The physical plant will shut down service at 5:00 a.m. and restore service before office hours begin this morning. Please be advised that campus personnel should save all work and shut down computers and other systems before leaving to avoid potential […]

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  • Image for The Estée Lauder Companies Form Strategic Partnership with Farmingdale State College to Support Stem Education and Job Opportunities.

    The Estée Lauder Companies Form Strategic Partnership with Farmingdale State College to Support Stem Education and Job Opportunities

    Global Cosmetics Leader to Fill Vacant Space at Broad Hollow Bioscience Park for Research & Development Farmingdale State College (FSC) and The Estée Lauder Companies (ELC) have signed a strategic alliance to drive innovation and support for emerging STEM talent across Long Island, it was announced today. As part of the collaboration, ELC has leased approximately 40,000 sq. […]

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  • Image for Covid-19’s Impact on Education.

    Covid-19’s Impact on Education

    The Infamous COVID-19 Pandemic: A catastrophic time of our lives that we will now carry with us forever. As society got tossed into the unknown, playful memes flooded the internet and the virus was ultimately deemed as a joke. We have all seen them; and now we know not to eat the “bat soup.” Little […]

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  • Image for FSC’s Spring 2022 Covid Protocol.

    FSC’s Spring 2022 Covid Protocol

    Farmingdale State College has been remarkably successful in dealing with the ongoing public health crisis. We continue to ask for your cooperation to safely proceed with a more normal and extensive campus experience. COVID-19 vaccine booster shots and regular testing are effective ways to contain Coronavirus transmission and protect your fellow students. Please review the […]

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  • Image for FSC’s Indoor Masking Mandate Still in Effect.

    FSC’s Indoor Masking Mandate Still in Effect

    To the Campus Community: The State University of New York directed its campuses to continue with the indoor masking mandate. Therefore, FSC will adhere to the current policy of requiring masks in all indoor settings until further notice. SUNY and its campuses will continue to review compliance with vaccination and testing while monitoring COVID positivity […]

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  • Image for Turning A New Chapter: Revival of Farmingdale State College’s NAACP Chapter.

    Turning A New Chapter: Revival of Farmingdale State College’s NAACP Chapter

    “If there is a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, you must be the one to write it.” — Toni Morrison   Attending the school of my dreams after making exceptional grades through all of high school and overcoming my parents’ strict conservative cultural views of a young woman […]

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  • Image for “White Rabbit” by Esther Joy Sherry.

    “White Rabbit” by Esther Joy Sherry

      In the white clouds, I will look for you to see  the lifetime and cycles you passed by for me to be.    White rabbit, white rabbit, it’s the first of January.  What do you have for me today?  I know not much, but what my grandmother would say.  I honor the way you […]

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  • Image for “Admiration” by Isaiah Hilman-Smalls.

    “Admiration” by Isaiah Hilman-Smalls

    I admired. The way her hair flowed like the river.   I admired. The way looking into her eyes made me shiver.   Reaching out to someone’s heart in hopes of healing my own. Believing that in someone’s world I could build a new home.   Lost in thought trying to say goodbye to an […]

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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 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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  • Image for Why You Should Join The Dale News!.

    Why You Should Join The Dale News!

    Are you wandering around campus bored? Is it taking longer than you hoped it would to make friends this semester? Come join The Dale News! You’re probably wondering why you would want to join a club where you have to write boring old articles… The good news is that here at The Dale News you […]

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