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  • Image for Send a Pet-Gram During Finals Week with Greenley Library!.

    Send a Pet-Gram During Finals Week with Greenley Library!

    Written by Isaiah Hilman-Smalls “We understand, this semester has been RUFF.” — Greenley Library What’s Going On? Greenley Library has started their new Send a Pet-Gram program that will allow the students, faculty, and staff of Farmingdale State College to send thoughtful and motivational messages to each other during finals week! As we all know, […]

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  • Image for How To Keep Your Classmates Safe During On-Campus Classes.

    How To Keep Your Classmates Safe During On-Campus Classes

    Written by Kaitlyn Hand We are well into the semester now and Farmingdale has fortunately been able to open for certain in person classes. Most people are still online for the majority of their classes. It is disappointing to be home again this semester and to miss out on seeing our friends and engaging in […]

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  • Image for Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg

    Written by Kaitlyn Hand Ruth Bader Ginsburg saved the lives of many women. She may not have been what conservatives want to call “pro life” but in many ways she was. Notorious Ruth Bader Ginsburg deserves a better replacement than Amy Coney Barrett . She deserves someone who is truly pro life to replace her […]

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  • Image for Island Harvest Food Drive Experience.

    Island Harvest Food Drive Experience

    Written by Lucas Skolkin Food insecurity is the reduction in the quantity and quality of food due to a lack of money and, believe it or not, is a big problem on Long Island. Thankfully, there are places like Island Harvest. Island Harvest was created in 1992 by Linda Breitstone who was infuriated that perfectly […]

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  • Image for NAACP Chapter Elevates and Educates FSC with The Black Experience!.

    NAACP Chapter Elevates and Educates FSC with The Black Experience!

    Written by Isaiah Hilman-Smalls The NAACP Chapter has made history once again with the debut of its new permanent display, The Black Experience: Resources for Farmingdale State College, at Greenley Library! This display features many educational resources that will inform the FSC community on significant moments in Black history, specific issues in today’s society, and reasons […]

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  • Image for Run for Executive and Senate Positions in the Fall 2020 Student Government Elections!.

    Run for Executive and Senate Positions in the Fall 2020 Student Government Elections!

    Written by The Dale News Team What’s going on? The Student Government Association is holding its elections for the Fall 2020 semester! You can have the chance to run for executive and senate positions to be part of a group that will advocate and take action to produce change on campus.   To apply for […]

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  • Image for Greenley Library Services for The Fall 2020 Semester.

    Greenley Library Services for The Fall 2020 Semester

    Written by Isaiah Hilman-Smalls The Fall 2020 semester has begun and students are getting ready to embark on an academic journey that they will never forget. This semester will be different as many students will have to learn through remote learning where their main place to work is at home. As we all know, working […]

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    Chapter Four: Education

    Written by Adina Shahzad If you got it, act like you did. Being educated holds no value unless you act knowledgeable. After all, no one appreciates a racist doctor or a selfish and biased lawyer. My parents told me that I can turn my knowledge into my power. For education helps us with life, but […]

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  • Image for Black Lives Matter: Students Working Towards a Better Future.

    Black Lives Matter: Students Working Towards a Better Future

    Written by Dr. Noel Holton Brathwaite Last Thursday afternoon, on June 11, about 100 students, faculty members, and administrative staff met with Farmingdale State College president Dr. John S. Nader to discuss issues related to racial inequality and oppression, and the role that Farmingdale can play in dismantling systemic oppression. The Black Lives Matter Town […]

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  • Image for Discourse Club’s Race and Law Enforcement Meeting Set for Tuesday, June 16th!.

    Discourse Club’s Race and Law Enforcement Meeting Set for Tuesday, June 16th!

    Written By Isaiah Hilman-Smalls Next week on Tuesday, June 16th, the Discourse Club will be hosting their Race and Law Enforcement meeting! The recent events of racial injustice have affected everyone’s heart as they mourn the losses of many lives that were taken away. Everyone has an opinion and a specific point of view on […]

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