Suffolk County Executive, and Stony Brook University alumnus, Steve Levy announced his switch from the Democratic to Republican Party, in anticipation of a bid in the 2010 gubernatorial election.
Author: Laura Cooper
“I can’t believe I even ate that,” she said. “I know it’s bad, but we really don’t have a choice.”
Backfish’s concerns echo those of fellow Stony Brook students – many feel that the food on campus is both disgusting and expensive, but they have no choice but to eat it.
Stony Brook University Medical Center is the primary treatment facility for residents of Suffolk County. The center houses research facilities as well as classrooms for instruction in numerous subjects, including nursing.
Last fall and in the years prior, the New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) dominated the academic mall with manpower, registering students to vote in the year’s upcoming election. However, last semester the Undergraduate Student Government denied funding to the group, leaving NYPIRG’s office empty, and the job of voter registration in the hands of the administration.
Not many DJs can mash up and remix 167 bands and artists into a 16-track album. Though he doesn’t consider himself a DJ, 25-year-old Greg Gillis, known as Girl Talk, has released between 200 and 250 samples from 167 artists, but only on the weekends.
Not many artists can owe a great deal of their songwriting success to a broken foot. However, 20 year-old, London- born singer, Kate Nash, owes at least some of her success to the accident that left her housebound with an electric guitar and an empty notebook.
A packed Webster Hall seemed almost welcoming this past Tuesday night. Concertgoers 18 and over presented tickets at the door marked the Hiro Ballroom, but were welcomed at the historic theatre on Third Avenue in New York City.
Omaha, Nebraska is not the center of the music industry by any means. However, this city has turned out artists such as Bright Eyes and spurred the establishment of a renowned record label: Saddle Creek.
Two dust-coated trophies stand behind a glass case outside the School of Engineering Office. Hundreds of undergraduate students pass these golden statues everyday, looking for guidance from their advisors and for programs in engineering that will further their eventual careers.