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  • Spring Break On Campus

    By Kristen Linsalata News Editor From March 9-15, LIU Post students will be on spring break. For some, it is a time to either go home, or go on vacation. Other students will be staying in the dorms. What will be… Read More ›

  • Can DEWS Save your GPA?

    By Brian Riley Features Editor LIU Post has recently implemented a Digital Early Warning System, which alerts students of their poor performance in classes. Faculty members can report student progress to a portal on My LIU, which automatically sends a… Read More ›

  • Annual Blood Drive

    By Caroline Ryan Staff Writer LIU Post is hosting the first blood drive of the spring 2015 semester on March 3 and 4. The blood drive will take place in the lower level of Hillwood Commons between 8:30 a.m. and… Read More ›

  • Beyond The Lecture Hall

    Dr. Glynis Pereyra, Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences

    By Joseph Iemma Staff Writer On April 22, LIU Post is hosting its third annual “Post and Beyond” showcase, an event that provides graduate and undergraduate students the opportunity to present their own research to their peers. The event will… Read More ›

  • Professor Profile: Amy Freedman

    Amy Freedman, professor and department chair of Political Science and International Studies.
Photo: Columbia University Staff

    By Chloé Margulis Staff Writer Amy Freedman, a Professor of Political Science and International Studies, received the “The United States and Southeast Asia: Past Legacies, Present Issues and Future Prospects” Borg Research Award at Columbia University. Freedman, along with two… Read More ›

  • Models, Celebrities & The Cold

    Fashion Week

    By Melanie Spina Staff Writer Models, designers, celebrities, but most importantly, new and unique clothes, are what make a successful Fashion Week. It’s officially the season of fashion in New York. London and Milan have already had their own Fashion… Read More ›


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