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Get Out

They say that the world is only black and white, no shades of gray, and this statement holds true for Jordan Peele’s “Get Out.” The film opens up with an unidentified African American male walking down an isolated suburban street, he appears to be getting directions on the phone from […]

Entertainment / News

Remy vs. Nicki: Fair or Foul?

There are events in hip-hop that stand out as major moments for the art form. These times breathe new life into the atmosphere while reminding fans what the genre was built on. These moments are one of skill, creativity and competition. They are none other than beef records and New […]


Remy vs.Nicki

Since the 1980s, the music industry is no stranger to male rappers lyrically going head to head in a testosterone driven battle to disseminate who is the best at whatever title they conceived thus adding another notch to their belts. Rap battles have evolved into a sometimes vicious dismantling of […]

News / Technology

The Public has Spoken: the Red iPhone

Apple released a red iPhone last Friday, March 24th, in support of finding a cure for HIV/AIDS. With the phone on the market for a week now, people have started to form their opinions on this cherry red phone. So what do people have to say about this brave new […]


Black Beauty

Beauty means “the quality of being physically attractive, according to the dictionary. But is that what it means to have beauty? There are certain individuals that we automatically associate with being attractive, like Rihanna but adversely consider someone like Leslie Jones to be ugly. Beauty is a subjective view that […]

Campus / News / Sports

Panthers’ Russo named Skyline Conference Baseball Player of the Week

Old Westbury junior second baseman Jesse Russo has been named the Skyline Conference Player of the Week for game played March 20-26, announced Monday by league officials.  Senior right-handed pitcher Trey Pizzutello earned a spot on the Skyline Conference Weekly Honor Roll for the second time in his career. Russo, […]

Campus / News / Sports

Panthers Softball 2017 season preview

SUNY Old Westbury softball enters the 2017 season looking to make a return to Skyline Conference Championship play for the first time since 2012. Old Westbury nearly missed out of a postseason berth and finished seventh in the conference standings last season with a 6-12 record in league play, and […]

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Panthers Women’s Lacrosse Closes Strongly at Drew

SUNY Old Westbury women’s lacrosse team was unable to rebound from a slow start in Saturday’s 17-7 non-conference road setback to the Drew University Rangers (6-5) in Madison, New Jersey. Anna Fiorini broke the scoring ice 5:28 in to give Drew the early advantage.  Fiorini then doubled the advantage with […]

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Valdes Earns Place on Skyline Conference Weekly Honor Roll

SUNY Old Westbury softball senior center fielder Gabriella Valdes earned a spot on the Skyline Conference Weekly Honor Roll for games played March 20-26, announced last Monday by the league office. Valdes produced three multi-hit games and hit in all six contests to lead Old Westbury to a 3-3 season-opening […]

Fashion / News / Opinion

My Experience With Meitu, The Anime Photo Editor

Meitu is a Chinese photo editing app that has taken the U.S. by storm. This app not only allows it’s participants to do simple photo editing task but also turns your selfie into an anime character. Released March of 2013, Meitu has gained popularity over the last couple of weeks […]