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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…

Alabama Unmasked: Yellowhammer State Mask Mandate set to Expire in April

By Christopher Trick, Staff Writer Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced that the state mask mandate will be lifted in April on Thursday, March 4.  “Let me be abundantly clear, after April 9, I will not keep the mask order in effect,” Ivey said in a press statement. Alabama is just…

The Thirst Project Joins the Post Campus

By Lila Nolan, Staff Writer A new club called The Thirst Project has made their debut on campus this semester. This eco-friendly club has been established with the goal of making the Post community, and the world, a better place to live through environmental care.  The Thirst Project meets every…

How Student Athletes Are Staying In Shape

By Lila Nolan, Staff Writer Over the past several months, life and everything it entails has abruptly forced us to evolve due to the coronavirus. Athletes at Long Island University have had to make significant seasonal lifestyle changes to safely progress during this ongoing pandemic. Jamie Alvino, a senior on…