Category Archive: Community and School Health

On-line program preparing students to enter the Health Administration field.

Apr 28

Are You a Graduate Student with a Special Diet?

In the nutrition world, there is a lot of discussion if going on a gluten free diet is really necessary for peoples’ health. For people with celiac disease, it is medically necessary and for people with a gluten sensitivity, it is advised to avoid certain gluten containing foods. For me personally, having celiac disease, I …

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Dec 02

Snow Day!


Hi everyone! Happy fall- though it’s looking a lot more like winter here in Buffalo!  I’m on snow day number 3 from work.  The phone call on the first snow day was super exciting, but this storm is C-R-A-Z-Y!  I’m getting a little antsy being cooped up inside! The snow is pretty wild here, but …

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Nov 06


The Conneticut Street Armory

Hello Again, Last week was Halloween, and it is so fun getting to work with children around holidays!  I work as a nutritionist in the city of Buffalo.  We, of course, like to make work fun, so we dressed up at the office, and so did a lot of the kiddos that came in.  Of …

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May 04

Do what you love…

Hi everyone! Today marks the day of my last blog. I cannot believe that the semester is nearing its end and that I will be walking for graduation on May 16th. I say walking because I am taking one more class this summer and then I will officially have my MS in Community and School …

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Apr 27

Time is precious…

Hello everyone!!! In the words of my boyfriend, I would like to “switch up” the previous topics of my blogs and instead focus on the convenience of online classes. On Friday the 13th, I left Buffalo after work to spend some time in Horseheads, NY (outside of Elmira) with my family for my paternal grandfather’s …

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Apr 13

What’s been going on?

Hello everyone! Wow! What a difference a couple of weeks make? The weather now is more seasonable and gloves and coats appear to be more commonplace than shorts and t-shirts. One thing is a guarantee though…the most predictable thing about weather in Buffalo is that it is ALWAYS unpredictable. I guess it keeps it interesting. …

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Mar 26

Introduction to Spring II!

Hello readers, I am sitting here writing on March 22nd and can you believe it, it is 78 degrees and sunny.  Who said that Buffalo is ALWAYS freezing? I can’t believe that March is almost over.  As cliché as it sounds, time is really going by so fast. Like usual, this week has been busy …

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Mar 23

Finishing up….

Hi again everyone, I know that this it has been a little while since I have written, but it has been a crazy past couple of weeks. I finished up my first session on March 10th, right before the start of Spring Break. As with typical 15-week classes, there is always the push to the …

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Mar 07

Finishing up the first session…

Hi again!  Not only have I been reading, completing assignments and posting in discussion boards for Program Planning, but I also have been busy doing the same for Research Methods.  In both Weeks 4 and 7, I had exams in this class.  However, since the class is a research class that is helping us delve …

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Mar 07

Where has the time gone?

Hi everyone! I cannot believe that it is already week 8. Today marks the beginning of the home stretch. Next week at this time, we will be on Spring Break. However, before the relaxation starts, the work needs to be completed. For the past couple of weeks, I have been busy with both of my …

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