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2065 Time Capsule

2065 Time Capsule

In honor of the 50th anniversary of SUNY Old Westbury, the School of Arts and Sciences made a time capsule that is meant to be opened in 2065. The time capsule has contributions from all twelve departments in the Arts and Sciences. “The capsule contains objects that represent the departments and […]

Changes in the School of Education

Beginning this fall, SUNY Old Westbury will be applying a number of changes in the School of Education. Although the changes have been made for the benefit of future students, there have been a number of disagreements from students already enrolled in the program. In the past, the School of […]

In Memory of Harry Wasserman

In Memory of Harry Wasserman

On Monday, March 28th, SUNY Old Westbury student Harry Wasserman passed away due to natural causes. As an older student, he was a model for those continuing their education despite their age. Wasserman was an active student who was in Men in Progress and the Resident Hall Council. He also […]

Recent News

Campus / News

Towards a Better Residential Community

Despite the disappointment from students about the closing of the Academic Village, Director of Residential Life Gareth Shumack promises improvements in the Woodland Halls. The first specific change that has been made is a renewed Wi-Fi connection in the lounges. As of next semester, there will be central Wi-Fi throughout […]

Entertainment / Opinion

Film Reviews

DEADPOOL Ryan Reynolds playing the role of rebellious superhero Deadpool is as fitting as Hugh Jackman playing Wolverine. The fans’ favorite Marvel creation does a spectacular job hitting every moment of satire throughout the film as he continuously breaks the fourth wall to show viewers how much he cares about […]

Food for Heroes?
National / News

Food for Heroes?

Would you be able to eat  the food in the picture above? Does it even look fit for human consumption? Well, that’s what’s being served to members of the Navy. The quality of the food which America’s Navy consumes is dreadfully poor. United States sailors, while aboard a ship, working […]

Lifestyle / National / News

I am Privileged?

You can dress it up. You can put a wig on it. You can unload mountains of money into invasive surgeries and change the name. but let’s be honest with each other: White, upper class privilege, at the level of Caitlyn Jenner’s, will always rear its sanctimonious head. In the […]

Pray For What: Hundreds of Unspoken Terrorist Attacks Since November
National / News

Pray For What: Hundreds of Unspoken Terrorist Attacks Since November

Since the fateful Paris terrorist attacks in November, hundreds of other attacks have occurred around the world with ISIS and Al-Qaeda taking the brunt of the blame, willingly so. However, many of the attacks since November have flown under the radar. Bluntly put, most of the attacks that have avoided […]

Lifestyle

What to do After Graduation…

Many students are so focused on racing to the finish line to end their college career  that they don’t consider the question: What’s next? This question is extremely important to answer well before graduation.  I know, it’s anxiety provoking. But not to worry. Take a deep breath and take a […]