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Regards to Dismissal of Dr. Kay Sato

To the Editors: As a former student of LIU Post, and as a former lecturer at Hutton House Lectures, I am shocked and dismayed at the sudden removal of Dr. Kay Sato from the directorship of Hutton House, a hugely self-destructive mistake on the part of the LIU Administration and…

What Remains at My LIU Post?

Five months ago I graduated and left LIU Post. And today I am agitated when I have to ask, what is left at LIU Post? Friends of mine, both alumni and current students, are in a constant state of unease. They have to ask questions such as, when will this…

Features Editor Anand Venigalla

Daniel Webster’s speech on the Bunker Hill Monument has something to say to us about our resistance to OneLIU. In his remembrance of the fight on Bunker Hill, he told how the empire of Britain closed the port of Boston. Some people in the day expected to benefit from this…

President Kimberly Cline & Athletic Director Debbie DeJong

In recent years, we have taken many steps forward to elevate the University we all love, enhance the value of your degree from Long Island University, and improve the student experience. Thanks to our collective efforts, the word is getting out, with prestigious organizations like The Princeton Review rating LIU…

Letter from the Editor

Dear Readers, As my last issue as your Editor-In-Chief, I must say it has been my greatest pleasure to serve the campus community. The Pioneer has taught me a great deal about journalism, my future career and life itself. Who knew all those long nights putting together the newspaper would…

Letters to the Editors:

We’ve heard from many readers this semester. Here’s what some of them have said: Arthur Slate (BA, MA LIU Post): “I wish to voice my support for the Pioneer and adequate funding. I know what it takes to publish the Pioneer in print. I served as Circulation Manager, Photography Editor,…

Letter from the Editors

Dear readers, On March 1, The Pioneer published the First Amendment on the front page to show that we support free speech and a free press not only for students on this campus, but for everyone, throughout the United States. The White House’s action of denying access to a White…

To The Pioneer Staff

December 7, 2016 To the Pioneer staff, As you know, I rarely contribute to the Pioneer since this is YOUR newspaper. However, for your last fall issue of your 60th anniversary year, I want to say how proud I am of the work that you do. A great university deserves a…