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Tips for Freshmen

 By Xhulia Gjokaj. College is a formative stage for everyone; freshman year in particular is the most crucial year of your undergraduate career. This is an exciting time to discover your strengths. For those who have not chosen a major, there is room to explore. The Freshman Year Initiative (FYI), a program dedicated to offering […]

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The Underground Lounge Caters to You

By Rosa Maria Rojas. The great diversity of Lehman students requires a mixture of food, taste, and diets and the man connecting them all is Hector Morales, the executive chef at Lehman’s Underground Lounge.

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Love in the Age of Technology

By Aidan Cooper. We have all seen the commercials where the two 30-somethings discuss how they have always been unhappy and left unsatisfied with the modern dating scene. Then, those two now lovers go on to say how remarkable “[insert online dating service here]” has been in meeting the once elusive love of their life. […]

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When Cupid Strikes

Cristian Santana. Whether you’re celebrating your first or fifteenth Valentine’s Day there’s always some pressure to come up with something special. 

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Vegetarianism 101

Rosa Maria Rojas. The new semester is here and many college students are starting new diets and workout plans.

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What’s Lehman Eating?

Cristian Santana. With the start of a new semester many of us see it as an opportunity to change the way we do things: the way we conduct our business, our work ethic in school, or maybe our workout or eating habits. 

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 Mosholu Avenue offers a variety of eatting options. Media Credit: Adian Copper

Food Diversity Reigns on Mosholu Ave.

Aidan Cooper. You don’t have to go far from the Lehman campus to experience a wide variety of eclectic and delicious food.

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Using Music to Guide Others in Playwriting

Abiel Wilson. Dr. Penny Prince sits smiling in a black chair inside her office with a piano and shelves with books. Behind her hangs black and white posters of past musical productions that she wrote for. Her new musical, “When I Get to Where I’m Going,” is to be shown in the recital hall of […]

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10 Money-Saving Tips for Students

By Janitza Medina. Despite what most students might think, the first step to saving money is to realize that you don’t need much to start out with.

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Obamacare: What You Should Know

By Kristal Lewis.  October kicked off with a new marketplace for health insurance plans said to benefit all Americans. Apart from the technical difficulties with the website (healthcare.gov) students and other applicants are now stuck trying to decide which plan is better for them and how they will pay for it. When it comes to […]

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