Emily is a journalism student at Stony Brook University. Since she was a kid, Emily knew she wanted to be a writer and sat at her kitchen table writing books.
In high school, Emily excelled in writing classes but was unaware of what she wanted her career to be after college.
A transfer student from Suffolk Community County Community College, Emily took News Literacy with Dean Schneider in her first semester at Stony Brook and was sold on being a journalist. To her, there is no better career than keeping the public informed through her writing.
The craze took over the world and has now entered the doors of Stony Brook. The Harlem Shake hit campus on Wednesday with a bang as nearly 300 people observed and participated in what appeared to be a dance party on the Staller steps.
Let’s face it. Technology has taken over, and it has sadly become a primary way of communication. That being said, flirting has become harder by being easier to mess up. Here are 10 rules to live by when ‘Flirtexting’ that special someone.
When it comes to the music scene, Stony Brook offers concerts in a few different places. There is RockYoFaceCase at the University Café, the occasional show on the Staller Steps and, if you feel like waiting until spring, there is always a huge show at the end of the semester. But what happens when campus life gets boring, or Stony Brook just isn’t cutting it with their musician selection?