Post students attend Black Solidarity Conference at Yale

Post students and members of the University’s Black Student Union attended the Annual Black Solidarity Conference at Yale University earlier this month. The multi-day conference brings undergraduates of all colors together to discuss issues pertaining to the African Diaspora through…

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My Post Experience: Equine major Rachel Draper, going above and beyond

A traditional internship experience usually consists of part-time work with an accumulation of three or four credit hours. Equine major Rachel Draper didn’t want the traditional experience, she wanted more. Draper recently concluded a full-time, 12-credit independent study semester interning…

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German, Eagles poised for repeat performance

Junior volleyball player Skylar German wants another conference championship so bad it hurts – literally. The Central Athletic Collegiate Conference (CACC) reigning player of the year has spent the early part of this season nursing ankle and foot sprains and…

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Former Post standout athlete signs professional basketball contract

Former Post men’s basketball standout and 2014 graduate Zack Krischer has had one ultimate goal throughout his life – to play professional basketball. Last week, that goal was realized, as Krischer signed a contract to play professionally with Maccabi Hod…

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Post’s Main Campus co-valedictorian persevered and thrived

Post University will host its 125th Commencement ceremony Saturday, recognizing hundreds of graduating Main Campus and ADP students for their hard work and dedication to their education. I would like to take a moment to acknowledge one of those exceptional…

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