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Civil Jury Finds SUNY Old Westbury Professor at Fault in Rape Lawsuit

Civil Jury Finds SUNY Old Westbury Professor at Fault in Rape Lawsuit

Professor William A. Knack, PhD/Lohud.com   On March 17, 2017, a Westchester civil jury found Dr. William A. Knack, an associate professor of psychology at SUNY Old Westbury, guilty of rape. Noelle Feldman, 58, of Pound Ridge, had accused the 65-year-old psychologist of sexual assault at his home-office in 2013. […]

Online Course Evaluation

Online Course Evaluation

  This semester SUNY Old Westbury is implementing their online course evaluations. There will be no more paper evaluations given out in class like past semesters, but students will still be given time to fill out their evaluations during class time. Last semester they tried out both the online and […]

Nancy Marie Therèse Manigat An Inspiration to Many

Walking in Starbucks in a rush is a women with defined naturally curly hair and a smile on her face. Right behind her is a little girl with very long straight black hair wearing workout clothes. This woman is Nancy Marie Therèse with her 11-year-old daughter. Manigat is the Chief […]

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SUNY Old Westbury Immigrants Speak Out

“I feel as though Trump’s policies in regards to immigration are extremely harmful towards all those living in America. They create a mentality of them vs. us and lead to dissension among the people of America,” said Nadia Hameed from Pakistan, a senior at SUNY Old Westbury. Since his presidency […]

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Student Entrepreneurs

SUNY Old Westbury’s very own students have gone above and beyond in their process of achieving their degrees. Emily Stanzini, Tray Gatsby, Jamar Ross and Samuel Ariyibi have become entrepreneurs in the pursuit of their careers. From selling books to writing their own, these students have worked to make something […]

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Are Gender Neutral Emojis in Our Future?

As it stands, emojis are either women or men; plain and simple, black and white, but will emoji-creators take a step into the gray area? According to Rachel Thompson at Mashable, Unicode is looking to do just that. Unicode is said to release three gender inclusive emojis by the end […]

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The Tail of the Lucky Lady

  Three-months-old, she was found tied to a chain link fence in Manhattan. It was a cold December night. A woman took her to the Riverside Animal Hospital where she received immediate care. They called her “Lucky Clover.” She’s a white foxhound with golden spots. Following her rescue, she was […]

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“A Pen of All Work”

This is the last week to catch the elaborate creations of artist Raymond Pettibon.  The exhibit is on display until April 9th at the New Museum in New York City. Allow yourself plenty of time to get to know Pettibon through over 800 pieces of his life’s work. The collection […]

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Logan

Logan is so good that it won’t matter if you missed all other movies from the X-Men saga. In case you’re not a comic fan, you probably can’t beleive Wolverine has yet another movie. Forget everything you’ve seen before because this one should not be ignored. Hugh Jackman plays Wolverine […]

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Air Pods or Other?

On September 2016, Apple unveiled their latest gotta-have-it gadget, the AirPods. Apple’s innovative design features the highly anticipated wireless earbuds. After that, are they actually good headphones? In short, the $159 Apple AirPods are better than you’d expect. The seamless Bluetooth pairing is an easy one step process where you […]

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The Jazz Standard

Upon entering the Jazz Standard, you will find a large door beneath a red neon sign which reads “Jazz.” Behind this door, a deep, dark stairwell which leads you to the venue. The stairs are lined with black and white photographs of legendary  Jazz musicians such as B.B. King. You […]

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Lorde Returns with New Single “Green Light”

Fans of the alternative-pop singer Lorde can finally take a sigh of relief. The 20 –year-old returns to the pop scene with her new single “Green Light,” written and produced by former member of the band Fun, Jack Antanoff, and herself. The New Zealand native first rose to fame when […]

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More Life

The buzz about Drake’s latest release of his album “More Life” has stirred up plenty of controversy, some will say the album was a kill and others will shake their head in disappointment. While asking many college students, people either love it or hate it. The album with twenty-two tracks, […]