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The Stony Brook Press A culture and current events magazine at Stony Brook University. THE STORY OF THE PRESS: The wildly popular and informative Story of the Press is now available!

This beautifully written manual provides a brief but exhilarating biography of The Press‘ origins and founders. In addition, it is a comprehensive guideline for all of us newsies, and is quite possibly one of the most important documents ever created! It is available here in PDF format for your viewing pleasure. In case you’re a bit skeptical as to the brilliance of this document, here are a few highlights: “All successful newspapers are ceaselessly querulous and bellicose. They never defend anyone or anything if they can help it; if the job is forced upon them, they tackle it by denouncing someone or something else. -H.L. Mencken, 1919 In Isaac Asimov’s Foundation, Hari Selden is a pyscho-historian who has calculated that the galactic Empire will crumble, communications will break down, and a 30,000-year dark age will follow. So Hari establishes the Foundation, a colony of intellectuals and artists which will preserve knowledge and culture, foster a renaissance, and telescope the dark age down to only 2,000 years’ duration. The Story of the Press: A Manual,along with the Bylaws and The Basics, is the “Foundation” of the Press. It would be silly to believe that the high standard of writing, editing, and awareness (not to mention the great backrubs) will continue unabated at our paper. Turnover is high, senioritis infects and withers training, fools assume power.” [...] “But like the planchette on an Ouija board, the Press seemed to draw its participants to a predetermined destination; seemed to pull itself together the next week; seemed to get itself to the printers, get printed, distributed, have its cash flow juggled just enough to pay its bills; and it seemed to do that long enough to finally dispel any notions about allowing it to die. The Press lived, and lives still.” [...] “While modern psychological study is still grappling with Freud’s greatest question, his second greatest enigma looms large: What does a paper want? Well, in the case of the Press, we can quickly unfurrow the bearded Austrian’s brow with a mandate so concise it appears naive: To print feature articles, investigative reports, and incisive analyses, for the purposes of informing the campus community, promoting progress, and inciting debate.”

Mission: The Stony Brook Press is a student-run culture and current events magazine published every month at Stony Brook University. Our content includes news, features, arts and entertainment, humor, opinion, and sports. Through a variety of outlets, we seek to inform the campus community, promote progress, and incite meaningful debate.

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IN CULTURE: “After killing two people and injuring another, Kyle Rittenhouse was charged with homicide. His lawyers insi...
10/12/2020
The Popular Justice of Online Culture Wars | The Stony Brook Press

IN CULTURE: “After killing two people and injuring another, Kyle Rittenhouse was charged with homicide. His lawyers insist it will be an easy self-defense trial. Donald Trump Jr. said on Extra that “everyone does something stupid when they’re that age.” Donald Trump defended Rittenhouse, saying that “he was trying to get away from them, I guess … and he fell.” Sure, it’s stupid. Reckless. Criminal. Menacing. Is it excusable if groups of grown men decide to counter-protest in Kenosha, and Rittenhouse follows suit? Any one of those men could have committed murder, and we have seen it happen before.”

Sure, it’s stupid. Reckless. Criminal. Menacing. Is it excusable if groups of grown men decide to counter-protest in Kenosha, and Rittenhouse follows suit? Any one of those men could have committed murder, and we have seen it happen before.

IN MUSIC: "The album has a Ramones-like conciseness to it — it clocks in at only 34 minutes long. Still, it’s enough tim...
10/07/2020
Dominic Fike and the lack of time on What Could Possibly Go Wrong | The Stony Brook Press

IN MUSIC: "The album has a Ramones-like conciseness to it — it clocks in at only 34 minutes long. Still, it’s enough time for Dominic Fike to sing about a variety of topics, all while developing a sound that’s a mix of modern pop and alternative rock."

Brevity is clearly a theme on the singer’s debut, entitled What Could Possibly Go Wrong. The album has a Ramones-like conciseness to it — it clocks in at only 34 minutes long. Still, it’s enough time for Fike to sing about a variety of topics, all while developing a sound that’s a mix of mod...

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10/07/2020

The Utopian

Our upcoming episodes might sound a little different thanks to CAD Audio! We'll be using a couple of their mics to host all episodes from now on!

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10/01/2020
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The Utopian

As long as capitalism has dominated the world, it has undoubtedly fallen under increased scrutiny. Can it be saved? We speak with leading economist Dr. Branko Milanović to find out.
https://t.co/mFsTwBMs5q

PRESS PLANTS: Buy a plant today outside the SAC! Support SBU’s food pantry!
09/30/2020

PRESS PLANTS: Buy a plant today outside the SAC! Support SBU’s food pantry!

IN MUSIC: “Goodwin’s love for rap began from the early age of 8. ‘I would study rap and take it as seriously as schools ...
09/15/2020
Growing Pains and Divine Guidance: The Story of Ja'King | The Stony Brook Press

IN MUSIC: “Goodwin’s love for rap began from the early age of 8. ‘I would study rap and take it as seriously as schools would want you to be with textbooks. I did bar breakdowns, syllable counts, researched and practiced abundant styles of poetic rhetoric and studied the greats and their delivery.’”

Christopher Goodwin was in his senior year of high school when he began falling out of love with the sport that had come to define him. At 6 feet 2 inches, the Uniondale native was a senior shooting guard for the Brooklyn Collegiate High School varsity men’s basketball team when he started to feel...

IN CULTURE: “The Last Of Us Part II, a PlayStation 4 (PS4) exclusive that debuted on June 19, sold over 4 million copies...
09/09/2020
The Last of Us Part II: A Divisive Mess | The Stony Brook Press

IN CULTURE: “The Last Of Us Part II, a PlayStation 4 (PS4) exclusive that debuted on June 19, sold over 4 million copies within its first three days of release — making it the fastest-selling PS4 exclusive ever. However, the highly anticipated game has received divided feedback from critics and gamers alike.”

The Last Of Us Part II, a PlayStation 4 (PS4) exclusive that debuted on June 19, sold over 4 million copies within its first three days of release — making it the fastest-selling PS4 exclusive ever. However, the highly anticipated game has received divided feedback from critics and gamers alike. ....

IN CULTURE: “In Salau, I saw a young Black woman, the same age as myself, who called for justice despite the harm she fa...
09/02/2020
In It Together: A Tribute to Oluwatoyin Salau | The Stony Brook Press

IN CULTURE: “In Salau, I saw a young Black woman, the same age as myself, who called for justice despite the harm she faced. After her death, my timeline erupted in memorials, and conversations on how to better protect Black women — how she died at the hands of a Black man who should have protected her.”

In Salau, I saw a young Black woman, the same age as myself, who called for justice despite the harm she faced. After her death, my timeline erupted in memorials, and conversations on how to better protect Black women — how she died at the hands of a Black man who should have protected her.

IN CULTURE: “Black-and-white photos of women flooded Instagram in mid-July with the hashtag #ChallengeAccepted. So far, ...
08/24/2020
"No one ever murdered me." Femicide in Turkey and India | The Stony Brook Press

IN CULTURE: “Black-and-white photos of women flooded Instagram in mid-July with the hashtag #ChallengeAccepted. So far, more than 6 million women have posted pictures using the hashtag and that number continues to increase.

The trend, originally from a 2016 challenge to raise cancer awareness, reappeared with a new purpose this past month — a reminder of the femicide rates in Turkey and the importance of the Istanbul Convention, which was signed in 2011 to take measures that would prevent violence against women, protect victims and prosecute the perpetrators. The challenge has since picked up momentum, thanks to informative posts by Turkish activists and feminists from around the world.”

Black-and-white photos of women flooded Instagram in mid-July with the hashtag #ChallengeAccepted. So far, more than 6 million women have posted pictures using the hashtag and that number continues to increase. The trend, originally from a 2016 challenge to raise cancer awareness, reappeared with a....

IN MUSIC: “Joe Villasana’s $641 vanished into the ether of the live entertainment industry.He splurged for a ticket to s...
08/17/2020
This summer, fans are eager to see their money back | The Stony Brook Press

IN MUSIC: “Joe Villasana’s $641 vanished into the ether of the live entertainment industry.
He splurged for a ticket to see Rage Against the Machine at the 12,000-seat Don Haskins Center in El Paso, Texas, but the band’s reunion tour has since been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Villasana pleaded for a refund from two Ticketmaster representatives, but they thwarted his efforts. Instead, the pair ingrained in him their company’s new policy: ‘Ticketmaster cannot issue a refund until the concert is canceled.’”

Joe Villasana’s $641 vanished into the ether of the live entertainment industry. He splurged for a ticket to see Rage Against the Machine at the 12,000-seat Don Haskins Center in El Paso, Texas, but the band’s reunion tour has since been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Villasana pleaded ...

08/03/2020
Join The Press - Stony Brook’s Campus Magazine

This semester, join us and see your work in print and online. We’re looking for writers, journalists, artists, graphic designers, photographers, and creatives to help us expand our coverage and produce our print magazine. Meetings Wednesdays during Campus Lifetime in SAC 307K! ‬

IN CULTURE: “You teach me that some love stories are viscerally beautiful up until the very moment of their end, but tha...
07/27/2020
Cherry | The Stony Brook Press

IN CULTURE: “You teach me that some love stories are viscerally beautiful up until the very moment of their end, but that does not mean they are meant to last. They are meant to be experienced only as a precursor to the other things life has in store for us.”

You teach me that some love stories are viscerally beautiful up until the very moment of their end, but that does not mean they are meant to last. They are meant to be experienced only as a precursor to the other things life has in store for us.

IN FEATURES: “On June 6, the baby-boomer battles between left and right at a hallowed Long Island intersection collided ...
07/23/2020
The Blue-Blind Flower-Power Social-Justice Standoff | The Stony Brook Press

IN FEATURES: “On June 6, the baby-boomer battles between left and right at a hallowed Long Island intersection collided with an outpour of younger people calling to end police brutality and systemic inequality.”

On June 6, the baby-boomer battles between left and right at a hallowed Long Island intersection collided with an outpour of younger people calling to end police brutality and systemic inequality. Over 250 peaceful protesters co-opted this battleground for a three-hour Black Lives Matter protest and...

IN NEWS: “As protests for George Floyd spread throughout the U.S., Salt Lake City, the quiet capital of Utah, has become...
07/08/2020
Black Lives Matter movement gives hope to Utah's Hispanic community | The Stony Brook Press

IN NEWS: “As protests for George Floyd spread throughout the U.S., Salt Lake City, the quiet capital of Utah, has become boisterous with Black Lives Matter chants as another group of protestors demand justice for Bernardo Palacios-Carbajal, who was shot and killed by the Salt Lake City police.”

As protests for George Floyd spread throughout the U.S., Salt Lake City, the quiet capital of Utah, has become boisterous with Black Lives Matter chants as another group of protestors demand justice for Bernardo Palacios-Carbajal, who was shot and killed by the Salt Lake City police.

IN FEATURES: “The coronavirus swept the country, forcing me and almost everyone everywhere into quarantine – with shelte...
07/06/2020
The New Normal | The Stony Brook Press

IN FEATURES: “The coronavirus swept the country, forcing me and almost everyone everywhere into quarantine – with shelter-at-home orders, remote learning for kindergarten-through-college classes and entire industries and small businesses shut down. I’m a creature of habit, but I’m adapting. Still, this change is different – scary, even – with health risks, uncertainty, rising death tolls and limited social contact with the outside world.

But life in lockdown has had one silver lining for the Taku family. It has allowed my family – all six of us – to eat dinner together at the dining room table almost every night.”

The coronavirus swept the country, forcing me and almost everyone everywhere into quarantine – with shelter-at-home orders, remote learning for kindergarten-through-college classes and entire industries and small businesses shut down. I’m a creature of habit, but I’m adapting. Still, this chan...

07/04/2020
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What are some of your favorite podcast episodes? Any great interviews?

IN SPORTS: “Irving and Neymar are similar in their diva personalities. They want all eyes on them and feed on the adulat...
06/30/2020
Kyrie Irving is the Neymar of basketball | The Stony Brook Press

IN SPORTS: “Irving and Neymar are similar in their diva personalities. They want all eyes on them and feed on the adulation of carrying their teams to victory. Their dribbling skills and flashy play draw crowds and their diminutive frames allow their agile, quick bodies to drift past opposing players with ease. But their lack of definitive success, mixed with their tendencies to showboat and reject teammates, make them luxury players who end up hurting their teams more than they help.”

Irving and Neymar are similar in their diva personalities. They want all eyes on them and feed on the adulation of carrying their teams to victory. Their dribbling skills and flashy play draw crowds and their diminutive frames allow their agile, quick bodies to drift past opposing players with ease....

Thanks to Dr. Frank Snowden of the Department of History at Yale University for guiding us through the social, economic ...
06/28/2020
‎The Utopian: Episode 11 - Pandemic Uncertainties with Frank Snowden on Apple Podcasts

Thanks to Dr. Frank Snowden of the Department of History at Yale University for guiding us through the social, economic and political effects of pandemics throughout human history.

Listen to his insights on the latest episode of The Utopian podcast:
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-11-pandemic-uncertainties-with-frank-snowden/id1492026953?i=1000480030706

‎Show The Utopian, Ep Episode 11 - Pandemic Uncertainties with Frank Snowden - Jun 28, 2020

IN OPINIONS: “It is now brought to public memory that perhaps we are reentering The Gilded Age — an era marked by rapid ...
06/26/2020
The Gilded Age | The Stony Brook Press

IN OPINIONS: “It is now brought to public memory that perhaps we are reentering The Gilded Age — an era marked by rapid prosperity, technological advancements and economic growth, its golden exterior of prosperity disguising the destitution within.”

It is now brought to public memory that perhaps we are reentering The Gilded Age — an era marked by rapid prosperity, technological advancements and economic growth, its golden exterior of prosperity disguising the destitution within.

IN OPINIONS: “I remember sitting in my grandmother’s home in Jamaica, in the sweltering heat, confused as to why George ...
06/25/2020
A letter to America | The Stony Brook Press

IN OPINIONS: “I remember sitting in my grandmother’s home in Jamaica, in the sweltering heat, confused as to why George Zimmerman was acquitted after killing Trayvon Martin.

I was twelve.

Since then, countless people have died at the hands of police — their killings preserved on dashcam or bystander video, while many others were never filmed.”

I remember sitting in my grandmother’s home in Jamaica, in the sweltering heat, confused as to why George Zimmerman was acquitted after killing Trayvon Martin. I was twelve. Since then, countless people have died at the hands of police — their killings preserved on dashcam or bystander video, wh...

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06/21/2020
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NEW EPISODE

With debt only on the rise, many Americans fear that they will enter a cycle of poverty as debt is becoming more difficult to pay off. Join us in a discussion with Nami Baral, CEO of Harvest Platform, as we discuss what the future of debt in America will look like.
https://t.co/G09TrOKB7Q

IN SATIRE: "An officer on the front lines of the Minneapolis protests has been put on two weeks paid leave after he fail...
06/18/2020
Minneapolis police officer put on paid leave for accidentally doing his job properly | The Stony Brook Press

IN SATIRE: "An officer on the front lines of the Minneapolis protests has been put on two weeks paid leave after he failed to fire pepper balls at a local news crew. The Internal Affairs Committee for the Minneapolis Police Department confirmed that Percy Cutor had decided not to fire on reporters even though they had identified themselves as press and were wearing safety vests."

An officer on the front lines of the Minneapolis protests has been put on two weeks paid leave after he failed to fire pepper balls at a local news crew. The Internal Affairs Committee for the Minneapolis Police Department confirmed that Percy Cutor had decided not to fire on reporters even though t...

"The grotesque, inhumane, evil killing of George Floyd has burst the dam of Black Patience again.Black people are appall...
06/17/2020
Can you hear us now? | The Stony Brook Press

"The grotesque, inhumane, evil killing of George Floyd has burst the dam of Black Patience again.

Black people are appalled. Black people are pissed off. Black people are fed up. Black people are heartbroken.

But most of all, Black people are tired."

The grotesque, inhumane, evil killing of George Floyd has burst the dam of Black Patience again. Black people are appalled. Black people are pissed off. Black people are fed up. Black people are heartbroken. But most of all, Black people are tired.

IN OPINIONS: “The pillaging of Africa’s resources by some of our nation’s most revered countries serve as a brutal remin...
06/12/2020
The desecration of Africa | The Stony Brook Press

IN OPINIONS: “The pillaging of Africa’s resources by some of our nation’s most revered countries serve as a brutal reminder that even with the passage of the Civil a Rights Act of 1964, American corporations do not practice this formal equality beyond its borders.” http://sbpress.com/2020/06/the-desecration-of-africa/

The pillaging of Africa’s resources by some of our nation’s most revered companies serves as a brutal reminder that even with the passage of the Civil Rights Act in 1964, American corporations do not practice this formal equality beyond its borders. With the onset of globalization, they have mer...

“ Pelo malo, which literally means “bad hair,” was a constant refrain in my home. The term is part of what it means to b...
06/09/2020
Pelo malo | The Stony Brook Press

“ Pelo malo, which literally means “bad hair,” was a constant refrain in my home. The term is part of what it means to be Dominican, yet it was meant to be an insult.” http://sbpress.com/2020/06/pelo-malo/

Smoke engulfing the room. Dark pieces of hair circling the white tiled floor. The smell of burning and chemicals. The salon was sandwiched between a laundromat and a bodega defaced with graffiti. On Sunday mornings for 11 years, I got my hair straightened there, sitting in a leather chair and flinch...

In the wake of the death of George Floyd at the hands of the police,  Stony Brook University sent out an email, pledging...
06/04/2020
If Stony Brook cares about racial justice, it should stop utilizing prison labor | The Stony Brook Press

In the wake of the death of George Floyd at the hands of the police, Stony Brook University sent out an email, pledging to "lead the change in our society we all want to see"

They can start by ending their use of coerced prison labor.

http://sbpress.com/2020/06/if-stony-brook-cares-about-racial-justice-it-should-stop-utilizing-prison-labor/

It is easy to mindlessly repeat the aesthetics and vocabulary of social justice; putting your money where your mouth is, on the other hand, proves far less convenient.

Don't forget to tune into WUSB 90.1 FM on Friday, May 29 at 6AM-8AM to hear The Utopian on-air for the first time! Liste...
05/28/2020
‎The Utopian: Episode 6 - Cows, Cars, Coal and Corona with Christopher Jones on Apple Podcasts

Don't forget to tune into WUSB 90.1 FM on Friday, May 29 at 6AM-8AM to hear The Utopian on-air for the first time! Listen to Christopher Jones, director of the Cool Climate Network, talk about how the current pandemic might intersect with the ongoing climate crisis.
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-6-cows-cars-coal-and-corona-with-christopher-jones/id1492026953?i=1000470149452

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Hey all, I just thought I’d clarify why I left all the chats — I decided to step down as culture editor. I’m focusing on more independent projects and working under my own umbrella, outside of school. Thank you guys for everything and all your support.
For anyone interested or following the global warming crisis, this is one event where you can get more informed and see what action they are taking in the city. 26 other universities have joined and I thought you all might be interested I’m following or taking part.
Hi.... my name is Joanne and I work with the Rolling Smoke Grill Restaurant and food truck. Our truck has been at your campus many times and we just opened a restaurant in Lake Ronkonkoma three weeks ago. Last week we received a call from a "Tiffany Golding" looking to do a piece on our new restaurant for what I believe is your journal. Unfortunately, we were unable to hear her contact number clearly. I was wondering if any might know her and could ask her to call me back on my cell...631-644-3633
Anyone heard about this?