Making the conscious choice to read more has some surprising benefits and can pay off in a number of ways, both in college and as you begin a new career.
Our first reachable resolution to consider this year: Get more involved. Check out ways to branch out, meet new people, pick up an old hobby, or discover a new one.
For many college students, the holidays means hanging out with friends and family. For others, it brings more stress and anxiety. Here’s how to cope with winter break.
Don Kelly, Post University’s Program Chair of Human Resources talks about the recent phenomenon of “ghosting” and provides tips on how to curb this behavior.
Christmas came early for Waterbury’s Holy Cross High School students as Post University donated 50 computers to be used for new and emerging instruction applications.
Margaret DiMauro, Program Chair of Communication and Media Studies explains why the holidays have become the most popular time for us to go to the movies.