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MLB Playoffs: one wild October

By Donovan Gibbs, Staff Writer Many storylines were going into the MLB playoffs this year. The Dodgers were going into the playoffs with an incredible 111-win regular season. The Mets and Yankees returned as the NY baseball powerhouses. The Seattle Mariners broke the 21-year streak of no playoff appearances, and…

Students share NBA season predictions

By Alexander Mousa, News Editor The NBA season kicked off on Oct. 18, 2022. Last year’s championship winner, the Golden State Warriors, defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 123-109 on opening night. Could this win be a preview for another prosperous season for the Warriors, or a season with new developments?…

DIY Halloween Costumes

By Gabriella Cavaleri, Staff Writer Halloween is quickly approaching, and many students are letting their creative sides show and constructing their own costumes. A little cardboard and paint can go a long way, and DIY costumes also prove to be a cost effective option. Junior digital art and design major…

Meet me at Midnight

By Robert Metzger, Staff Writer It is rare that an artist on the mainstage is able to reinvent themselves and continue to promote new album releases as though it is their debut album. However, this is the case with singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. Swift’s tenth studio album titled Midnights, released 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…

New York to ban gas-powered cars by 2035

By Tatsuya Uemoto, Staff Writer On Sept. 29, news broke in New York that Governor Kathy Hochul (D) decided to adopt regulations requiring all cars sold in New York State to be electric or hybrid vehicles by 2035. The decision also comes on the heels of California already deciding on…