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Double Win for Men`s Soccer

Cecilie Nag The C.W. Post men’s soccer team is now 6-0, with two wins in the last week. With an impressive start to the season, the Pioneers are now ranked number 15 on the NSCAA Poll. Having two of their freshmen forwards named ECC Player of the Week in consecutive…

Full Time C.W. Post Faculty Goes on Strike

Albert Orlando, Jr. Full-time faculty at C.W. Post went on strike on the morning of September 7th, in response to a said walk out on contract negotiations by the University’s administration on the evening of Tuesday, September 6th. The disagreement between the two parties involves a wage proposal on behalf…

The Pratt: Ten Years and Thriving

Ashley Noble On this beautiful campus, we have the advantage of having an equally beautiful gymnasium that is open to all students, alumni, faculty, and everyone else who wants to use the Jeanette and Edmund T. Pratt, Jr. Recreation Center.  The Pratt first opened on April 1, 2002 and recently…

The Symphonic Band Goes to Carnegie Hall

By: Ashley Noble            The C.W. Post Symphonic Band made a spectacular debut at Carnegie Hall on Tuesday, April 26th, in a benefit concert for victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.  The performance benefitted ShelterBox, an international disaster relief charity assisting earthquake and tsunami…

Don’t Let The Bedbugs Bite

Jessica DeSalvo Small parasitic insects that feed on human blood, sounds like something you would only hear in a horror movie. But these pests are real and have been given the name bed bugs, for the sole fact that they manifest in your bed and feed off of their host.…

Festival of Colors on Riggs Lawn

Heather Norris Every year, C.W. Post hosts a weeklong celebration in honor of its most diverse students.  This week is called International Week, which features a number of different cultural celebrations every day.  All students are invited to attend and experience a culture different from their own.  Of all of…

Prayers of Students Go Out to Japan

Meghan Glynn On Thursday, March 24, 2011, despite a brisk evening, a group of students gathered at C.W. Post’s Interfaith Center to show their support to the people of Japan. With a bundle of sage burning slowly in the background, the candlelight vigil focused mostly on meditation, and using breathing…

Time for Registration – Are you Prepared?

It’s that time of the semester again. A time when everyone on campus is running around asking their friends what classes they are taking next semester. A time when everyone is trying to pick the classes they need to graduate and the classes they need for their majors. But what…