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The Tide

Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop

Women’s Volleyball By: Brian Starkman The women’s volleyball team at C.W. Post continues to rack up wins going undefeated in three matches against NE-10 teams on their two day road trip in Massachusetts. Friday night they had their first game at Merrimack College. Led by a superb effort from freshman…

Hard Act to Follow / Tough Loss in Home Opener

Post Pioneers vs. California (Pa.) Vulcans By Matthew Saur The Pioneers rolled through week one of their 2010 season with a 20 – 11 victory over America International College, however, week two provided a much tougher opponent. Facing fourth ranked Division II – California (Pa.) Vulcans in the home opener…

Talk of the House

New and return Post students evaluate ‘common hour’ news One of the main hopes for instituting the new common hour was to create more involvement among student life.  Keeping students on campus and initializing a pro-active student body were just some of the positive features that helped establish it in…

The Crusaders of Complaint March Again

By Dan Degerman Change is one of those words that people like to throw around. Sometimes the word has a negative connotation, but more often, it evokes inspiration and hope of something better. The funny thing about change as a concept, however, is that people like to talk about it…

Aloha Wave!

Women’s Volleyball By Brian Starkman The C.W. Post Women’s Volleyball team welcomed three freshmen this season, Shayla Hixson and Jordan Schroer from the island of Oahu, and Maka Namahoe from Hawaii. But the girls brought a lot more from the tropical island than their knee pads. “On Oahu [Hawaii] it’s…

Slow Start for Men’s Soccer

Men’s Soccer By David Otero After finishing the 2009 season with a 12-5-2 record and winning the East Coast Conference Championship Tournament, it was only fitting that the C. W. Post Men’s soccer team is ranked number one in the ECC preseason poll. Returning All-Conference players, junior midfielder David Carlsson,…