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Shark Social’s Spooky Game-Night

By Gabriella Cavaleri, Staff Writer On Thursday, Oct. 27, a new group on campus, The Shark Social Group, collaborated with The Center for Healthy Living to host their Halloween-themed kick-off event.   Various students showed up in costume ready to play the “haunting” board game “Betrayal at the House on the…

Alumni comes to start new era of WCWP

  By Donovan Gibbs, Staff Writer WCWP radio station, home of 88.1 FM is under new leadership. Post alumni and former WCWP member, Peter Bellotti, is now the new director of the station. Bellotti has many experiences to bring to the station this year. After graduating from Post, Belloti built connections…

Introducing RISE to Post

By Jenna Rivera, Staff Writer RISE is a student-run organization at Post that was created with the ideals of advocacy, strength and community for students on campus. It currently has 52 active members and six executive board members. “The main goals of RISE are preventing sexual assault and educating on…

Students react to the rise of Andrew Tate

By Joe Frescott, Assistant Sports Editor In today’s social media age, it has become commonplace for trends, filters, and even content creators to gain massive popularity quickly. Commonly referred to as “blowing up” on social media, this occurrence often comes as a result of a platform’s algorithm, which is in…

LIU’s next generation of fashion

By Lila Nolan, Staff Writer Post’s fashion merchandising club has returned this fall semester with the goal of creating a space for students that love fashion to share their insight on upcoming trends, as well as run and attend fashion-related events.  There are no requirements for joining the club, and…

It pays to read the syllabus

By Giancarlo Salazar, Staff Writer On the first day of classes, your professor will often hand out a packet either physically or digitally titled “Syllabus.” The syllabus is a contract between the professor and the student outlining the student’s responsibilities, and what rights they have access to. Many students will…

Introducing The Student Body Collective

By Myra Mulongoti, Arts & Entertainment Editor The Student Body Collective (SBC) on campus, formerly known as the Student Body Boutique, has had a massive rebrand.  Marketing Director, junior marketing major Gina Symes, gave some insight into the work that went into the rebrand. Symes assumed her role at the…

JLA celebrates Rosh Hashanah

By Emma Robinson, Editor-In-Chief Jewish students at Post celebrated Rosh Hashanah, or Jewish New Year, this past week. Post’s newest club, the Jewish Leadership Association (JLA), held an event in Hillwood Commons that every student on campus was encouraged to attend to learn about the holiday on Tuesday, Sept. 20.…