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Recruitment is back in-person

By Jillian Mehta, Co-Editor-In-Chief Greek life organizations across campus have been gearing up for their first in-person recruitment since the fall of 2019.  Junior early-education major Marissa Angeli holds the vice president (VP) of membership position in Delta Zeta. VP of membership plans for recruitment for the sorority. Angeli was…

A Fast Look into the Fashion Industry

By Emma Robinson, Co-Editor-In-Chief Social media influencers and internet culture have created an insatiable demand for a constant flow of new trends at low prices for students in the U.S., and that includes Post. Fast fashion websites such as SHEIN and ZAFUL have made clothing trends cycle so quickly that…

Students React to New COVID-19 Guidelines on Campus

By Emma Robinson, Co-Editor-In-Chief Over 54 percent of the U.S. population has been vaccinated for COVID-19 as of Sept.10. The New York population that has received at least one dose of the vaccine is currently 69 percent. According to the Steven S. Hornstein Center for Policy, Polling and Analysis poll,…

David Dobrik: To be Forgiven or Forgotten?

By Shelley Dean, Staff Writer David Dobrik is a Youtuber with over 18 million subscribers, and a net worth of 20 million. Dobrik’s devoted fan base can be seen wearing ‘clickbait’ merchandise, and using the app Dobrik’s team developed, known as Dispo. Dobrik began his career on the app formerly…

Lead Scientist on the Coronavirus Vaccine Targeting Cancer Next

By Jada Harrison, Staff Writer Ozlem Tureci, a German scientist who was a key developer in the coronavirus vaccine, is developing a technology that will be effective in targeting cancer tumors. Tureci, who is a co-founder alongside her husband of the company BioNTech, was developing a new technology that will…