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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…

LIU RISE

By Anthony Baudone, Staff Writer The official Instagram page for Post – @liupost – posted an image brandishing the text “LIU RISE” on Saturday, Nov. 21. The post was accompanied with the message “We’re 10 days from #GivingTuesday! LIU Rise is a university-wide initiative that will help provide critical, long-term…

Spring Semester Scheduling Began

By Hailey Duchnowski and Lila Nolan, Staff Writers As the fall semester comes to an end, spring registration for Post students to select classes began Monday, Nov. 9 for most students. Post opened up registration for students to look at all of the classes being offered this spring and sign…

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…

Florida Approved $15 Minimum Wage

By Theresa Morrissey, Staff Writer The 2020 general election brought new leadership and legislation for Americans. Florida made history by approving the Second Amendment, a $15 minimum wage initiative. The current Florida minimum wage is $8.56. The Second Amendment allows the wage to increase by roughly $1 every year until…

Mississippi Votes For New Flag

By Mariah Musto, Staff Writer Mississippi’s state flag will soon be changing after voters selected a new design for the state’s new flag on Tuesday, Nov. 3. The conversation on whether or not to change the flag began in June due to the flag’s inclusion of the confederate battle symbol…

States Vote To Legalize Marijuana

By Whitney Moran & Dean Joannou, Staff Writers Montana, New Jersey, Arizona and South Dakota all voted to legalize the use and possession of recreational marjiauna on Nov. 3. Montana also legalized both medicinal and recreational marijuana in one sweeping legislative move. All of these states have different requirements and…