[Ed: This is our newest culture column, devoted to that divine crossroads between art and science: food. Moderated by Katie Mannino. Today, you will find her first two reviews, and[...]
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In early April, a group of 30 census workers spent four days filling out official, constitutionally mandated census forms for the campus’ 9,000 residents.
Yet despite the massive undertaking, there was never any disclosure made to the students that the census was being filled out on their behalf.
A raving review from The Atlantic Monthly on the flap jacket of “Too Big To Fail” states: “Andrew Ross Sorkin pens what may be the definitive history of the banking[...]
The Statesman, Stony Brook University’s oldest newspaper dating back to the Oyster Bay campus in the late 1950s, is facing the biggest cut in USG funding in it’s 53 year[...]
Why is SBVAC treated not as a public service but as a student club, and why are undergraduate students disproportionately responsible for it’s funding?
Caitlin Fisher-Reid is a PhD candidate in the Department of Ecology and Evolution whose dissertation on the evolutionary processes of the terrestrial woodland salamander will be significantly impacted should construction on the property begin before she completes her research in two years.
Part One of a Two Part Series Over the last few months, the most prevalent issue in the national political discussion has been President Obama’s crusade to reform our broken[...]
On the Bowery in New York City in the 1970s, a crappy little bar would become a monument in the history of rock & roll. For 33 years, CBGB &[...]
Today President Obama signed into law the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act, expanding the federal government’s power to prosecute hate crimes to include crimes committed[...]
Paranormal Activity, a horror film directed by Oren Peli, might at first be thought of as a clone of another well known horror film, The Blair Witch Project. Both are[...]