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The Final Boost

By Joseph Chang, Staff Writer As the semester comes to an end, many students find themselves preparing, and potentially cramming, for finals. ‘[I’m] dreading all of my final assignments due to the fact [that] they are on the last day of classes,” freshman English major Joseph Interrante said. “It would…

Campus Begins Vaccinating Students

By Dylan Valic & Shelley Dean, Editor-In-Chief & Staff Writer As vaccines are being administered across the country, nursing students are doing their part in helping with the fight against Covid 19.  Student volunteers have begun administering the Moderna vaccine at the campus’s vaccine center located at the University Center. …

Governor Cuomo Signs Solitary Confinement Bill

By Nicholas Rosa, Staff Writer Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill that no longer allows long term solitary confinement in New York jails on Thursday, April 1. Cuomo signed the Halt Solitary Confinement Act into law. This will change the practice of segregated confinement in correctional facilities in New York. …