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By Jada Butler Co-Editor-In-Chief Dan Christoffel, an art professor and Vietnam veteran, was honored with a certificate of recognition for his service in the military. The...

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By Angelique D'Alessandro Executive Editor To be a scarecrow, I am wearing my black jeans, black knee high boots, and a flannel shirt. I braided...

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By Charlotte Gelfand and Myles Goldman Staff Writer Each fall, the Pratt Recreation Center hosts both the men’s and women's basketball teams for Midnight Madness, a...

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By Angelique D'Alessandro Executive Editor George W. Bush, the 43rd president of the United States, spoke at the Tilles Center on Thursday, Oct. 25 at 7...

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By Alex Espinosa Staff Writer An Instagram post depicting mold in the chicken at Subway in Hillwood Commons has students concerned about the safety of the...

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By Jada Butler Co-editor-in-chief On Friday, Oct. 12, Kay Sato, the director of the Hutton House, known for hosting lecture series and classes for adults, many...

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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 Justin Simon Assistant News Editor The Pioneers dominated this homecoming weekend, beating Saint Anselm College 37-6, improving their record to 6-0 for the season. Backed...

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By Jada Butler Co-Editor-In-Chief A controversial, anonymous student-written pamphlet titled, “Common Sense: Truth & Ethics, Accountability & Morals - Where have they gone?” appeared in various...

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By Josh Tolentino Staff Writer The Post campus has been in uproar since the OneLIU announcement that the Post and Brooklyn sports teams would merge. Stacks...