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$50 Added to Commuters ID Cards

By Michael Otero Staff Writer Many students are unaware that money has been placed on all commuter students LIU ID cards. All students who are taking nine or more credits, according to Associate Provost Jessica Hayes, were issued $50 dollars on their ID cards. The money came from the students…

Want Allergy-Free Food Options? Head to the South Shore

By Christa Speranza Assistant Copy Editor Whether you have lactose or gluten intolerance, or just prefer to eat less processed foods, more restaurants are offering diners different options that cater to their lifestyles. These alternative menu choices are popping up along the South Shore of Long Island. Also, vegetarianism and…

Eat Your Heart Out

Alyssa Seidman Staff Writer If you know anything about LIU Post’s eating culture, you know that the masses of students that flood Hillwood during common hour is comparable to Macy’s department stores on Black Friday. And if you dorm on campus, you know that the Winnick waffle bar is not…

Off-campus Lunch Break

Rebecca Martelotti Staff Writer Hillwood Commons is the place many Post students flock to during common hour. By common hour, you have most likely already sat through at least two morning classes and are starving. If the sight of long lines at the Cafe and Subway do not appeal to…

Fuel the Brain, Healthily

Now that it is midterm week, one of the scariest/stressful times of the semester, we are constantly looking for ways to stay awake and energized through our long hours in the library and sleepless nights studying. Before hitting the books, we usually think to pick up a few snacks to…