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Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg

By Emma Robinson, News Editor U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday, Sept. 18 due to complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer. She was 87. Ginsburg had defeated colon, liver and lung cancer during the course of her life, and was the oldest sitting member on the Supreme Court. …

Senior Soccer Athlete Talk About Future

By Andrew Scarpaci, Sports Editor Senior psychology major and member of the women’s soccer team Tiana Ono is excited about life after college.  Ono is currently in her third semester at Post, which is the third university Ono has attended. She started playing collegiate soccer in Nevada but chose to…

The Outcast

By Imani Newman, Contributing Writer Editor’s Note: The Personal Essays section of the paper is one that invites students to share their personal experiences and thoughts about subjects they are passionate about. The author is not affiliated with The Pioneer, but has given us permission to publish their work. I…

Athletes Plan For a Semester Without Sports

By Chanel Lubsey, Photo Editor The NCAA has suspended all sports teams from participating in competition and has installed guidelines towards regulated practices. These guidelines have been placed until further notice from the NCAA.  With sports seasons being cancelled or delayed some student athletes have been investing their time in…

New Fraternity Joins Campus

By Jillian Mehta, Arts & Entertainment Editor Phi Delta Theta will be the 12th greek organization to join the campus this fall. The fraternity hopes to distinguish themselves by creating a newer definition of what it means to be a fraternity man at the Post campus. Phi Delta Theta was…

Theatre Classes Take On Social Distancing

By Emma Robinson, News Editor Preceding the first day of classes at LIU, professors began the arduous process of integrating social distancing measures in their classrooms. That process was especially difficult for the Post Theatre Company, whose classes often have a large number of students in attendance and whose rehearsal…

New Sports Teams Join Campus

By Andrew Scarpaci, Sports Editor Long Island University has announced two new athletic programs to be added to campus. Men’s Ice Hockey and Men’s Swimming are the newest teams to join the campus’s roster of 30 sports. According to Athletic Director Dr. Bill Martinov, these two programs are just the…