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Paul Kalis “Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, cheers; I drink to that. Yeah, yeah...” No, Rihanna, there wasn’t a party at the bar, but on December 1st,...

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Sandra Elieen Now that the semester nears completion, graduate students, like others, have a variety of things to catch up on or engage in.  After...

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Victoria Esteve During the fall semester alone, C.W. Post has offered, and will continue to offer, many events showcasing the various backgrounds and ethnicities of...

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Paul Kalis Got any gum? Not on the C.W. Post campus, you don’t. You can try the Hillwood Cafe, the vending machine in Life Sciences,...

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Jaclyn Goldstein It is no secret that a digital classroom can have an extremely beneficial effect on student learning.  SMARTboards, iPads, and laptops are just...

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Dorianna Valerio Towards the end of each semester at C.W. Post and other colleges around the country, students are given course evaluation forms to complete...

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Cecilie Nag Students with a learning disability might be assigned a note-taker as a substitute for their own work. The note-taker is identified by the...

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Ashley Noble The Veterans Students United Club hosted its  “Women in the Military” program on Wednesday, November 9th, as part of the Veteran’s Appreciation Week....

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Dorianna Valerio The Congressional Super Committee, which is composed of six Democrats and six Republicans, and was created by Congress to find a way to...

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Jaclyn Goldstein On Thursday, November 17th, just before 8 a.m, 72-year-old criminal justice adjunct professor, John Carney was about to administer a test, until he...