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Lacrosse and COVID-19

Hailey Duchnowski, Staff Writer What seemed like just another normal week at lacrosse practice abruptly turned into one of the scariest moments of our lives, as a worldwide pandemic was on the verge of a massive breakout. As we were fully prepared to leave for Florida the next day to…

Men’s Hockey Season To Start

By Connor Lambert, Staff Writer Men’s hockey will be the first team from the university to start playing on Nov. 14. Ever since athletics announced men’s hockey would be the newest sport on campus on April 30, they have been waiting on the coronavirus pandemic to start gameplay. The men’s…

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…

Model UN Club joins Post Campus

By Sophie Quiñones, Staff Writer The Model United Nations (UN) club, led by President Abigail Bossa, is in the process of reactivation. According to Bossa, the club was last active in 2016 and has just recently been revived. On Oct. 23 the club held their first meeting and are hoping…

Post Mortem Halloween Exhibit

By Mariah Mutso, Staff Writer On Tuesday, Oct. 27, the art department hosted its fourth annual Halloween Art Show. This year, the show was titled “Postmortem: Astral Bodies.” The reception was held on Zoom from 12:30-2 p.m. Professor Laura Sweeney, a Post Alumni, hosted and organized the reception. The slideshow…

How Students Spent Halloween

By Connor Lambert, Staff Writer Celebrating Halloween was different this year because of the pandemic. Holidays such as The Fourth of July and Easter, as well as birthday parties and other social gatherings, have already been affected by social distancing guidelines and personal decisions to stay home during these times.…

Resident Assistants Host Podcast

By Whitney Moran, Staff Writer Two students, in conjunction with the Promise office, are starting a podcast about being Resident Assistants. Jack Tomlinson, a junior physical and health education major, and Nick Del Buono, a junior secondary education major, are co-hosting “Beyond the Residence Halls Podcast,” which will first drop…

Nassau Hall Hosts Costume Contest

By Zach Taber, Staff Writer On Thursday, Oct. 29, Nassau Hall hosted a virtual costume contest for its residents. Contestants were competing to win gift card prizes and enjoy the spirit of Halloween. The event was hosted by resident assistant (RA) Francesco Diflora, who has been working hard to keep…