Written by Ariel Hochmen | | November is National Diabetes Month. Diabetes is a chronic health condition that affects people of all ages. There are 2 major types of diabetes (Type 1 and Type 2), as well as Gestational Diabetes that only occurs during pregnancy. Anybody can develop diabetes, including YOU. Diabetes, however manageable, isContinue reading “National Diabetes Month”
Written by Emily Squires & Ariel Hochman | | There is growth to be expected in SUNY Broome clubs and activities this semester, in response to the Student Activities Day hosted last Thursday. Members of different campus clubs had set up booths to increase the student engagement and enrollment with these clubs. The chairer ofContinue reading “Club-Fair Turnout & Expectations”
Written by Ariel Hochman || Whether you are coming to college right after graduating high school or entering at a different point in life, starting college can be an overwhelming experience to some. The new experiences, new daily schedules and pursuing further education can be awesome while still being nerve wracking if you don’t knowContinue reading “Advice for new students”
By Hannah Natale | I won’t be the first person to say this, online school sucks. Covid has completely changed our lives and we can only do so much to try and get rid of it. Mental health has been a topic of many schools, worried about how we are doing, making sure we areContinue reading “Mental Health Tips During Online School”
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