The Press and SBU-TV received tapes from an anonymous source last night regarding the whereabouts of missing editors Ali and Elene after the recording of their podcast Reel Talk.
Trick-or-treaters will march through the fallen leaves today, and summer feels like it was ages ago. As we deepen into the heart of fall, we thought it was a good time to revisit those sunny days. Continuing our annual tradition, here are The Press’ staff favorites for this year’s Songs of the Summer.
Read our first print issue of the year, including stories about the GSEU’s continued fight for a wage above the poverty line, violence against journalists in Mexico, the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, George Santos and more.
Read our first special-edition risograph zine — all about objects we value the most.
Read our third print issue of the year, including stories about Stony Brook University’s paid parking proposal, up-and-coming band Seeing Double, the seizure of pirated e-book “shadow libraries,” hearing Black voices on campus and more.
The Press gained exclusive access to security footage from the kitchen, revealing the extent of Ramsay’s displeasure at the state of Stony Brook’s food. “These tater tots are greasier than Wolfie’s neutered — fucking — bollocks!” he yelled, tossing a fryer backwards into the air and causing grease and potato pellets to rain down on staff.
Welcome to Unlabeled, The Press’ new podcast exploring gender and sexuality unbound by labels. In our first episode, hosts Samantha Aguirre and Antonio Mochmann discuss how labels inform our identities with guests Dmitry Khrabrov, Komal Grewal and Jenna Zaza.
Hosts Rafael Cruvinel and Lauren Canavan are joined by Associate Editor Sammie Aguirre to talk about the songwriters behind some of your favorite hits.
Hosts Rafael Cruvinel and Lauren Canavan talk to Alexandra Bie, a board-certified music therapist at Stony Brook Hospital.