Veterans explain the value of graduate school
A Military Times article highlighting reasons veterans pursue graduate degrees, from the perspective of veterans, featured the insights of Charles Young, Director of Military Field Enrollment.
Young explained some of the positive reasons veterans choose to go to graduate school, including his personal desire to go back to school to realign his skillset with what is needed for management-level employment. Young also explained how a graduate degree allowed him to approach problems from new and different angles.
Dean of Students Erica Peryga offered her insights for a recent Waterbury Republican-American article on campus sexual assault education and a proposed bill, which aims to make campuses adopt an “affirmative consent” policy.
Peryga explained how Post works with an affirmative consent policy and does regular bystander intervention training. She said she felt more can always be done, especially with bystander intervention on college campuses and in communities across the country.
Post incorporates high school students in ‘Chicago’ production
A preview of Post’s production of “Chicago”, which this year featured local high school students, ran in the Waterbury Republican-American recently. The play, directed by Bob Tansley, Director of Campus Safety, is usually put on by Post students, but this year Tansley decided to bring the local communities together with Post’s students to put on the show in the Eagle’s Nest at Post.
Strong season for Men’s Basketball comes to a close
A strong season by Post Men’s Basketball came to a close in the quarterfinals of the Central Athletic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Tournament late last month. In a game that saw 17 ties and 18 lead changes, the Eagles were out in front early in overtime against USciences, but ended up falling 94-87. Five Eagles posted double-digit point totals and sophomore Tyler Desrosiers led the scoring with 25 points. A game recap was published in the Waterbury Republican-American.