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Did the Pandemic Introduce Rollerskating to Gen-Z? (Op-Ed)
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Did the Pandemic Introduce Rollerskating to Gen-Z? (Op-Ed)

Ever since COVID-19 arrived in the U.S. and people found themselves in quarantine, many have decided to take up hobbies to pass the time.  Whether it was baking banana bread, brewing whipped coffee or practicing yoga, people were finding new ways to stimulate their minds and stay active. One particular activity that has gained popularity

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The Devastating Effects of Race Based Imposter Syndrome
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The Devastating Effects of Race Based Imposter Syndrome

Long Island’s history has been known for being notoriously white. In fact, about 82% of the island’s residents are white. For those left over, it’s a struggle to not get lost in such a large number. Growing up on Long Island as a person of color causes you to go through a white-washed cycle— one

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Let's Kick it with the Joneses - Important Gender Roles in Society
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Let’s Kick it with the Joneses – Important Gender Roles in Society

Did you know that Cheerleading was originally considered “too masculine” for women? Or that women were the first brewers of beer? Gender roles and norms have had a heavy impact on society, but the lines are becoming more and more blurred these days. This week, the Joneses discuss how gender roles influence us, motivate us,

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Racist Slur Left On School Board Candidate's Campaign Flyer
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Racist Slur Left On School Board Candidate’s Campaign Flyer

A flyer for school board candidate Cameron Trent was found vandalized with the words “No N*ggers run” and his face completely sketched out with what looks to be a black marker. The flyer was found by one of Trent’s family members. “On Mother’s Day, my family and I get together for a family brunch at

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Suffolk County Kicks off it's First Ever Youth Week
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Suffolk County Kicks off it’s First Ever Youth Week

Starting on May 13 and continuing through May 23, Suffolk County is holding their first-ever Youth Week.  Announced on May 6 by Suffolk County Legislator Jason Richberg, Suffolk County Legislator Rob Calarco and Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, the Youth Week is aimed to mentor, honor and celebrate the youth of Suffolk County.  Legislation from

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