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    Surviving Midterms the Healthy Way

    Posted on March 4, 2024 by Isaiah Hilman-Smalls in Health & Wellness.

    Assistant Professor Nutrition Science and Health Promotion Wellness The midterm season is upon us. A time where the demands of your classes seem to overwhelm your limited supply of energy and attention. Well, below are 10 suggestions to help you maintain your health during your midterms with a healthy five-minute meal alternative to that bag […]

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    Do AP Exams Help Low-Income Students?

    Posted on February 10, 2024 by Isaiah Hilman-Smalls in Editorial.

      One of the things that made it challenging for me to find the right college was that my high school grades suffered due to my test-taking anxiety. My disposition is someone who becomes quite tense under situations of intense pressure, and I have memories of the Advanced Placement (AP) test, in particular, being hard […]

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    Students Unhappy With Residence Life Policies

    Posted on February 10, 2024 by Isaiah Hilman-Smalls in Editorial.

      Farmingdale State College has become more and more of a validated option for education on Long Island over the last decade. With improving requirements such as GPA, SAT scores and others, the school isn’t a walk in the park to get into anymore. This has also drawn in many students from other states to […]

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    The Creative World: BILD Expo at Javits Center

    Posted on January 30, 2024 by Isaiah Hilman-Smalls in News.

    A couple of weeks ago, the Javits Center became a convergence point for photographers and photography enthusiasts as it hosted the remarkable BILD Expo. This event was a much-anticipated spectacle, bringing together a diverse array of industry-leading brands like Nikon, Sony, and many more. The air buzzed with a mixture of excitement and passion, as […]

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    Interview with Chief Daugherty and Officer Llano on Community Policing: The Importance of Communication and Awareness 

    Posted on December 3, 2023 by Isaiah Hilman-Smalls in News.

    I met Chief Daugherty during an online meeting in regard to an incident regarding racism on campus; I had witnessed some individuals engage in a racist rant at the Campus Center and helped in the identification of who they were. During that meeting, he mentioned different resources on campus like the Rave Guardian App and […]

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    A Hard Life to Live-Chapter 1

    Posted on November 30, 2023 by Isaiah Hilman-Smalls in News.

    Chapter 1 Brothers “HARU! COME ON! YOU’RE MISSING IT!” “Alright! I’m coming, take it easy!” I said as I tried to grab all the snacks and blankets I could carry to the living area. I saw my littlest brother, Lucus, bouncing on the sofa’s cushions. His long blondish hair covers his blue eyes every time […]

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  • Report on the Islip Arts Council

    Posted on November 14, 2023 by Isaiah Hilman-Smalls in News.

    There is a broad respect for the arts among Long Islanders, and there are quite a few art exhibitions in both Nassau and Suffolk counties. In my town, or hamlet really, Bay Shore is notoriously renowned as the place to go for a multitude of events such as festivals, parades, and free outdoor activities for […]

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  • The Writing Connoisseur of FSC: A Profile on PCM Professor Agata Boxe

    Posted on November 1, 2023 by Isaiah Hilman-Smalls in Profiles.

    Out of all the professors PCM students meet on their academic journey, there has been one professor that has left a lasting impact on many in the major. One of the most devoted, inspiring, and ambitious people on this campus, I’m referring to Professor Agata Boxe!  Beyond her lecturer position, Boxe wears many hats. She’s […]

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  • Club Spotlight : Creative Writing Club

    Posted on October 30, 2023 by Isaiah Hilman-Smalls in Club Spotlights.

    Do you write in your free time? In your notes, your journal? Do you like expressing yourself through the written word? You should join the newly established Creative Writing Club! We host a variety of fun writing events for all to join! This is our first semester as an official club on campus, and so […]

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  • Events for the week of October 30

    Posted on October 29, 2023 by Isaiah Hilman-Smalls in News.

    Monday October 30- Ghouls and Gals Costume Contest Time: 6:00pm to 8:00pm Location: Campus Center Ballroom A RamCentral Tuesday  October 31- Horticulture Club Pumpkin Carving Time: 11:00am to 12:00pm Location: Greenhouse Classroom RamCentral OSA Halloween Time: 11:00am to 2:00pm Location: Campus Center Lobby RamCentral   Wednesday  November 1- LGBTQ Safe Space Training Time: 11:00am to […]

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