By Layla Abdullah-Poulos ’10, graduate student, SUNY Empire State College
Belonging to a vibrant array of social intersections, I found it is often difficult to connect with a lot of available fiction. The literary market is flooded with writing that contains normalized white Christian/secular characters and issues.
By the directors of academic support, SUNY Empire State College
The Fall 1 term is upon us and as new studies, new ideas and new questions begin to percolate, new assignments will require students to plan how they will complete them. Students can meet with a learning coach to learn how to organize their time and organize their assignments, creating a plan for success. ... MORE