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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…

COVID Vaccine Update

By Lila Nolan, Staff Writer Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, arguments about whether or not there will be a safe and proactive vaccine released to the public soon to help the amplified spread of the virus. After nearly a year of living in isolation, the Food and Drug Association (FDA) officially…

Socially Distanced Thanksgiving

By Sam Uebel, Staff Writer The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recently announced guidelines to promote safety this Thanksgiving. The CDC says that the safest way to celebrate Thanksgiving is by celebrating at home with the people you live with and avoiding travel. As cases of the coronavirus increase, families…

Out of State Quarantine Four-Day

By Anthony Baudone, Staff Writer On Oct. 31, New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo updated COVID-19 guidelines that permit out-of-state travelers who come to New York to opt to “test out” of the mandated 14-day quarantine previously established.  “We’re going to a new plan given the changing facts, and the…

Tips to Have a Healthy Thanksgiving

By Catherine Horyczun & Mitchie Touzin, Contributing Writers Thanksgiving is a holiday for spending time with family and friends, giving thanks, and of course, sharing food with loved ones. With a heavy emphasis on food, Thanksgiving can be stressful for those trying to maintain certain health goals. Holidays often include…

Students Comment on Campus Quarantine

By Mariah Musto, Staff Writer All classes at Post were moved to remote instruction for a period of two weeks as of Oct. 15. University President Kimberly Cline sent out a mass email to the Post community stating that “Last weekend, a small number of positive cases were reported as…

Should Campus Reopen?

By Theresa Morrissey, Staff Writer On Oct. 15, University President Kimberly Cline announced that the campus would be  pausing in-person instruction for two weeks. This comes after a COVID-19 outbreak on campus  consisting of over 60 cases in the two week span of Oct. 10- Oct. 23. The outbreak was…