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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…

Community Column: Diversity at Post

Meghan Glynn It’s here; it’s finally the end of the semester.  How exciting is that?  As this is the last edition of the Pioneer for the semester, I thought a nice way to wrap up my little community column would be to talk about just that: the community. A few…

Outbreak on Campus: Follow Up

Anne Winberry As the panic from the recent virus outbreak winds down, students have begun to wonder what was the real cause of this illness.  In our last issue, students voiced their concerns over the food in Winnick Hall. In recent weeks, all students have been e-mailed a request to…

Nature and Character in Art

Sandra Elien From April 12th to April 16th, two fine arts seniors, Trevor Ray and Francis Maguire, showcased their work in an exhibit at the Hillwood Student Art League. On Wednesday, April 13th, an opening reception took place from five to eight p.m., at which these students’ artworks were formally…

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.…

Weekly SGA News

Natalie Villanueva The Student Government Association held its weekly general meeting held on April 12 in Hillwood Commons.  Present at the meeting were the executive board which are President, Jared Ciborowski; Vice president, Alexandra Hochstrasser; Treasurer, Jill Scionti; Executive Officer, Gina Oseguedo; and Secretary, Jerimida Sanders.  Also, the members of…

The Commuter Column: Getting to Class on Time

Kathleen Joyce Dormers, you guys have it so easy compared to those who travel an hour to get to school, because face it a lot of people at C.W. Post do commute long distances just to get to class. So we all know how important it is to be on…

Community Report: Who’s Putting the Fires out in Brookville?

Meghan Glynn Hello again all! The semester is coming to a close pretty quickly, and I know that I for one am ready to throw away the books and hit the beach instead.  Anyways, as there are still a few remaining weeks with you guys, I figured I might as…