The signing of an articulation agreement between Post and Middlesex Community College resulted in coverage in the Waterbury Republican-American, The Meriden Record-Journal, The Middletown Press, and the websites for both schools.
Spring sports results were reported in several articles, and a feature story on the Post men’s baseball team also ran in the Waterbury Republican-American. The paper also covered the promotion of John Plefka to the position of Women’s Basketball Head Coach.
Event coverage included mentions for the University’s spring Open House, promotion of April’s “Environment-Wise” panel discussion in the Waterbury Observer, SAAC’s “Souper Bowl” drive, and the inclusion of several event photos from the Black Student Union’s “Black Excellence Ball” in the Waterbury Republican-American’s “Social Moments” column.
Associates were mentioned in the Waterbury Republican-American this month. Director of Security Bob Tansley’s upcoming community theatre production at Blessed Sacrament School (auditions are being held on campus) was mentioned in the paper’s theater column, and the community service work of main campus student Cassandra Drogan at Girls, Inc. in Waterbury was included in a feature story.
The Middletown Press covered Post’s “Accounting is my Major” Day, featuring Middletown high school students who attended the event, which is co-sponsored by the CT Society of CPAs.