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Posts published in November 2017

Letters to the Editors:

We’ve heard from many readers this semester. Here’s what some of them have said: Arthur Slate (BA, MA LIU Post): “I wish to voice my support for the Pioneer and adequate funding. I know what it takes to publish the Pioneer in print. I served as Circulation Manager, Photography Editor,…

LIU Post’s Campus Shooting Guidelines

By Mikey Domagala Staff Writer Editor’s Note: In light of recent mass shootings in the U.S., the Pioneer is republishing the university’s guidelines and protocols issued in Feb. 2017 as a public service for the school community. There have been 317 mass shootings in the United States, close to one…

Cleanliness of Winnick Dining Hall

By Caroline Ryan & Dondre Lemon Editor-in-Chief & Assistant News Editor The Winnick Student Center is the primary meal provider for students who live on campus. The menu at Winnick consists of an all you can eat buffet style, with an array of food options for students to choose from.…

Campus Bikes…Where Did They Go?

By Rakwan Hedgemond Staff Writer After the implementation of 25 yellow bikes on campus on Friday, Oct. 13 to help students get around, there is hardly a single bike to be found after a few weeks. The bikes were released with chains unlocked by the code 1954 – the year the…

Piracy Class Declares Mutiny

By Anastasia Fox Staff Writer “We need to take over the lecture hall next!” honors students cheered, as they reminisced about their most recent success. The Honors College may be known for several things, including long thesis papers, merit credits and Dr. Digby’s cats; but what about rebellion? On Wednesday,…

Don’t Let Finals Stress You Out

By Gillian Piertowski Staff Writer As students begin studying for finals, the stress begins to kick in. The uneasiness and angst can sometimes cause students to do poorly on exams. Luckily, the Be the Change and College Democrats club have come up with an outlet to help students handle the…

The Diamond of Dance

By Kylie Garrett Contributing Writer Many 21 year olds dance just when they’re in a good mood or are ready to hit the dance floor on a Saturday night. This isn’t the case for senior dance major Diamond Avant. Dancing for Avant is not just an extracurricular activity. Dance is…