The first small-scale episode in Reel Talk’s Spotlight series focuses on Jordan Peele’s three films and their impact on horror and the film industry.
In this thrilling episode, co-hosts Carmela Cassara and Dylan Gallo dive into the highs and lows of coming of age movies and their impact on film with special guests Sydney Corwin and Sophie Beckman.
Hosts Rafael Cruvinel and Lauren Canavan are joined by Jane Montalto and Dmitry Khrabrov to talk about artists who died too soon and the impact that their careers and deaths had on the music industry.
Today, before the Christmas section of Target swallows the Halloween section overnight, we thought it was about time to look back on another summer long gone. In line with our annual tradition, here are The Press’ staff picks for this year’s Songs of the Summer.
Welcome to our brand new film podcast, Reel Talk! In the premier episode, hosts Carmela Cassara and Dylan Gallo discuss their favorite guilty pleasure movies with special guests Jane Montalto and Antonio Mochmann.
Read our first print issue of the year, including stories about SUNY’s new chosen name and pronoun policy and Stony Brook’s lack of period products, concert coverage of Tyler, the Creator, Brookfest and WUSB’s Bash, reviews of Elden Ring and FKA Twigs’ CAPRISONGS, opinion pieces on post-Roe America and subway safety and more.
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.