Features

Features

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By Jada Butler Co-Editor-In-Chief The Middle Eastern Student Association (MESA) partnered with the Muslim Student Association (MSA) to host their first event of the fall 2018...

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By Justin Simon Assistant News Editor “Great literature is simply language charged with meaning to the utmost possible degree.” - Ezra Pound, American poet and critic “Confrontation,” an...

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By Anand Venigalla Features Editor Midterm elections were yesterday. Were students registered to vote? Does voting matter in the end? Emma Anderson, a first-year musical theater student,...

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By Anand Venigalla Features Editor Mary Kathryn Breen, called Kate, the secretary for the English, philosophy and foreign languages department in the Winnick Mansion, is an...

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By Dylan Valic Staff Writer Dr. Efleda Tolentino, the director of the early childhood education program in the College of Education, Information and Technology since 2008,...

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By Quedus Babalola Staff Writer Editors Note: The writer is a member of BSU. During the fall 2017 semester, BSU (Black Student Union) implemented a new event...

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By Anand Venigalla Features Editor Most college students in their senior year find themselves unsure of the next step to take after graduation, and how to...

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By Jack Georgis Assistant Online Editor One of the concerns that has been raised after the mid-semester announcement about OneLIU is whether student voices are heard...

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By Sarah Wung Staff Writer Dr. Stephen Tettelbach has been a professor of biology at LIU Post for 13 years. He previously taught at LIU Southampton...

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By Anand Venigalla Features Editor The Campus Nutritionists hosted a World Food Day on Oct. 16 during common hour “to provide education about sustainable living, emphasizing...