Hosts Rafael Cruvinel and Lauren Canavan join editors Sammie Aguirre, Josh Joseph, Dylan Gallo and Jane Montalto to discuss our study listening habits — lo-fi compilations, Nintendo soundtracks, film scores and more!
Read our fourth print issue of the year, including interviews with Ukrainian wool artist Masha Pogorelova and poet Déjà Rae, reflections on the power of writing and on Betty Davis’ influence on the music world, reviews of jeen – yuhs, the Uncharted movie, Prince Daddy and the Hyena and Panchiko, guides to Wes Anderson films and everyday fashion and more.
Today, we are announcing that The Press will stop printing our magazines for the foreseeable future. This doesn’t mean that our work is over. In fact, we will be moving to the forefront of new media.
Read our third print issue of the year, including a story on the future of the riot grrrl movement, an interview with Black TikTok creator HeyTonyTV, reviews of music from Adele and Black Pumas, commentary on Turning Point USA, sex education and waste in the fashion industry, and more.
Listen along with us as Press and WUSB staff share some of their favorite releases from last year, hosted by music editors Rafael Cruvinel and Lauren Canavan. Guests include Ben Zimmer, Nick Lyons, Ashton Arbus, Matt Hono, Antonio Mochmann, Dylan Gallo and Jayden Feisthamel.
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Read our second print issue of the fall 2021 semester, including a story on students struggling with Stony Brook’s financial aid, reviews of music from Måneskin, dreamcastmoe and Lorde, commentary on the gentrification of thrift shopping and the Met Gala, and our newest Songs of the Summer compilation.
On this special edition of Press Play, hosts Josh Joseph and Keating Zelenke explore the CDs in our archive, playing songs from Joey Skidmore, Liquid Lobster, The Locust, Moth Music and more.
Summer 2021 was almost the summer of post-vaccine freedom — almost. Continuing our annual tradition, we’ve compiled a list of songs that captured the hope, sorrow and personal growth we experienced over the break.