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Fight the Fatigue

As the cold weather sets in and our work load builds up, college students tend to take on the winter blues –the time of year where we get sluggish, experience a loss of energy, a sense of fatigue, and absolutely no desire to work more than we need to. Right?…

Long Island Election Day Controversy

The new voting machines being used on Election Day in Suffolk County have been proven faulty, as it appeared to be an unofficial victory for incumbent Congressman Tim Bishop over Republican Randy Altschuler. The Board Of Elections (BOE) in Suffolk County, located in Yaphank, NY, collects its information through phone…

International Education Week

Monday, November 15th, marked the fifth annual International Education Week (IEW) dinner here on campus. The event was held in the Tilles Atrium and was hosted, for the first time, by the International Student Union (ISU). The night’s program included speeches by the Provost, Dr. Paul Forestell, and Geography professor,…

Make a Change, Go Green!

“We’re all about spreading good changes for the environment within the campus,” Billy Achnitz, the C.W. Post Recycling Program coordinator, said. The Recycling Program was brought to campus by the PEACE CORP around 2004. Even though the program’s main purpose is to recycle, it is a hands on experience as…

Letter From the Editors – 11.11.17

College is a fast four years.  You move in, you let loose, find some good friends and POOF – it’s all over.  Then it’s you against the world staring into the eyes of your first employer who is probably hesitant to hire you in the first place.  Our advice? Take…

X’s & O’s

The C.W. Post Pioneers will not extend their season past this weekend. Post will not be involved in a PSAC Championship game. There will be no playoffs. And while the Pioneers outscored the Cheyney Wolves last week, the team may have proven why it won’t be in the postseason. Cheyney…

Volleyball Sweeps Mercy College on Senior Night

The C.W. Post Volleyball team celebrated ‘Senior Night’ with a 3-0 sweep over Mercy College at the Pratt Center last Tuesday. The win was big for the girls as it brought their overall record back to .500 on the year. For their last home game, seniors Kim Lubeski (Bishopville, MD),…

Senior Spotlight: Qaroline Nahl

Name: Qaroline Nahl Major: Public Relations Sport: Women´s Soccer #9 How long have you been playing at Post? 3 seasons, transferred from Hofstra Fall 08. What did you first think about Post? I loved the campus and the aspirations the team had. I wanted to be part of something leaving…

Men’s Soccer Fights ‘Til the End

Under the bright lights of the playoffs the C.W. Post Men’s Soccer team (7-8-2) went head-to-head against ECC rival Dowling College (10-1-5) that ended in a thrilling upset for the Pioneers. The match was a nail-biter, as even two overtime periods was not enough to decide the outcome. Penalty kicks…

Post Hockey Suffers First Loss in OT

The Great Northeast Collegiate Hockey defending champion C.W. Post Pioneers defeated New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), 3-1 on October 29th but suffered their first loss Saturday in overtime against Kutztown University. Against NJIT, the Pioneers took a 1-0 first period lead on junior Lawrence Kutsovsky’s first career goal off…