It has been often said that the nearest five people you are closest with are the people that you become most like. One place where this is most true is in college. Human beings are “social amoebas” that can’t help but absorb personality traits from the people we interact with the most. I have seen Read More

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Top 10 easy meal ideas for commuters

Attention all Commuting College Students!!!! Have you ever had an issue trying to figure out how to eat throughout your day on campus between driving and running to classes? Well I’ve compiled a few meals that I’ve used to get me through the day. Here’s 10 possible ideas that you can use: 1. Ramen Noodles: Read More

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Back in NY

After months of being abroad, I finally am back at Farmingdale! I have to admit, it was a culture shock to be back, especially in the Long Island area since I live in Westchester. On my first day of classes, I felt like a freshman again because I had forgotten where all of the class Read More

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Don’t Know What To Study? Take A “Gap Year” And Find Out!

“A goal without a plan is just a wish.” -Antoine de Saint-Exupery, French writer (1900 – 1944) For those who aren’t in the know, a “gap year” is where you take a break from college for a while, traditionally for a year. It’s a popular term in Europe, where students postpone their studies in order to travel Read More

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2015 Opportunity Agenda with Governor Cuomo

Hey There Farmingdale! So what did you think about the beginning of this semester? Well for me, it’s been downright crazy! Between the snow, class cancellations, projects and work, I already feel like I’m ready for spring break. Well as some of you may already know, Governor Cuomo had visited our school on February 5th Read More

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How to Buy Textbooks for your classes

Hey there my fellow Rammies,   Now that we are starting the spring semester, I am going to give you tips about how to purchase all of your textbooks without burning a hole in your pocket. No one wants to buy 1 textbook for $100 and another for $200, so here’s the method to the Read More

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Life In The “Land of Smiles” – My Thailand Experience

I am sitting down at a table with people I just met. Even though they don’t know me, and I don’t know them, it feels like we’ve been friends forever. That’s the way they act towards me. Their smiles are warm, and the food they offer me is even warmer, or should I say spicier. Read More

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3 Hard Truths About Post-College Life

All college students wonder what their lives will be like after they graduate. Being a recent FSC Alum myself, I’m here to shed a little light on what your future experiences might be. I hope you’re sitting down.   1. You Have To Work Harder To Make Friends Stop me if you’ve heard this one Read More

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Welcome Back!!!!

Hey There Farmingdale! Long Time, No Write. lol. So last semester flew by quick, didn’t it? So what has everyone been up to during their winter break? Well, my break was relaxing but still busy. Being that I had more time on my hands, I volunteered more at the Long Island Feline Adoption Center. For Read More

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First week home!

First week home! Oh man, it feels so nice to be home with my family! I actually surprised my family and came home two days earlier than they expected, and they were thrilled! I have still been pretty jet-lagged because of the time difference, but it feels great to sleep in my own bed.   Read More

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