News articles with biased sources and opinion columns presenting no factual evidence — this is the content The Times is putting out. Placing these articles under the banner of such a prestigious news organization gives them credibility and presents them as evidence to transphobic legislators.
Many were left wondering why curable blindness is so prominent if these cases can be fixed so easily. Why should people with blindness have to wait for a rich “savior” — like MrBeast — who happened to learn about curable blindness to get attention and a solution?
“What does it mean to live in a society where the police dictate what we’re allowed to say?” Crystal Fleming asked at a teach-in called “Policing Free Speech at Stony Brook” held on March 23 in response to the backlash Hayward faced. Suffolk County knows the answer to this question.
Stony Brook’s slogan, “far beyond,” encourages students, faculty, alumni and staff to show their pride. However, if the home of the Seawolves wants to truly go far beyond, it needs to solve the administration issues that continue to haunt its students.
As the panel unfolded, it became clear that Stony Brook University’s handling of the Africana Studies Department since its establishment in 1968 has been poorly managed, to say the least, demonstrating a larger issue at the university and within academia as a whole.
This case has proven that larger society remains a hostile environment for victims of abuse, especially if they are women. Whether or not you believe Amber Heard, the mere fact that people went to extensive lengths to disprove her claims is shocking and should raise a red flag.
My boyfriend says I’m cool because during Zoom meetings, I hike through the woods sporting my chestnut Ray-Ban sunglasses with the tops of the trees as my background. I don’t think much of it, other than that it’s my preferred environment. I like to move.
Glorifying such rotten individuals and their wicked acts is not only immoral — it is beyond disrespectful to the victims’ families.