*SPOILERS AHEAD. BEWARE* There is a scene near the end of “Isle of Dogs” where Atari Kobayashi, a dog-loving orphan, addresses an angry crowd of dog-haters. As the crowd watches in awe, Atari clears his throat and asks them, “Whatever happened to man’s best friend?” “Isle of Dogs” is more than just a film about canines. It’s an illustration of loyalty and the risks humans and dogs take to protect each other from being shut out of society. “Isle of Dogs” is the latest film from director Wes Anderson. Some of his well-known films include “Rushmore” (1998), “Moonrise Kingdom” (2012), and “The Grand Budapest Hotel” (2014). “Isle of Dogs” also marks Anderson’s second stop-motion animated film following “Fantastic Mr. Fox” in 2009. The film follows Atari (Koyu Rankin) and his quest to find his dog, Spots (Liev Schreiber), after the two are forced to separate due to his uncle Mayor…
J. Cole doesn’t record tracks that will feed his pockets or his ego, but those that will hopefully reach the ears, hearts and minds of those who need his assistance the most.
How do you satirize what is already a joke? How do you peel beneath the surface to reveal the underlying absurdity within when the surface no longer exists?…
In Tanzania many women cannot afford to buy menstrual products. Students involved in Stony Brook’s study abroad program in Tanzania are combatting the issue by making and donating reusable menstrual pads.
In Suffolk County, Long Island, Viloria-Fisher is in the early stages of a House race in one of New York’s most conservative areas, the 1st Congressional District. If she secures the Democratic nomination, she will face the incumbent Zeldin, who won re-election with a landslide victory in 2016.
A look into Stony Brook’s largest dance competitions, organized by the Philippine United Student Organization.
Time seems to flow much faster at Stony Brook. So fast that somehow, I went from being an awkward sophomore looking to join a school magazine to becoming the Executive Editor of it. I never envisioned myself to become this involved with a school club in my life. But as Kurt Vonnegut says, “So It Goes.”