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By Pete Barell Arts and Entertainment Editor A fundraiser for Huntington’s disease research will be held on the Great Lawn in front of Hillwood Commons on Wednesday,...

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By Alyssa Seidman Co-Editor-in-Chief At exactly 4 p.m. on March 16, 1965, WCWP-FM went live on the air for the first time. This Monday, March 16,...

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By Jeniel Terrero Staff Writer Planning for this year’s Spring Fling kicked off at the beginning of the spring semester. The Association for Campus Programming (ACP) is...

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By Kristen Linsalata News Editor From March 9-15, LIU Post students will be on spring break. For some, it is a time to either go home, or...

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By Moa Golster Assistant News Editor The Model United Nations club is going to participate in the National Model UN conference in New York City from...

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By Kristen Linsalata News Editor Due to the frequent storms, 8 a.m. Monday classes have only met one time in the last five weeks of school....

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By Caroline Ryan Staff Writer The Haven Course, a new online course in understanding sexual assault, is being required for both undergraduate and graduate students to complete...

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By Kristen Linsalata News Editor Irving Gerber, 87, a former adjunct professor of Education in the College of Education, Information and Technology, who taught Curriculum & Instruction...

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By Jeniel Terrero Staff Writer According to a 2014 report from the nonprofit group Complete College America, graduating in four years is a myth for most...

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By Kristen Linsalata News Editor Out of an interest in expanding LIU Post’s library collection, library faculty weeds books from their collection, which consists of about two...