Will is a senior English major with a serious passion for pop culture, TV, celebrities and lame movies, which led him to find his niche in the Arts & Entertainment section. He dedicates most of his free time to obsessing over Community (#sixseasonsandamovie) and spending time with his friends who manage to tolerate his incessant ramblings on the TV shows he watches. His life goal is to someday write for an entertainment magazine. He hopes his Cosmopolitan internship and the skills he picked up from The Statesman help him achieve that goal.
Whether it is a prime time drama or a cult comedy, almost everyone has a TV show he/she keeps up with. This upcoming fall season, there are plenty of quality returning shows and countless new programs with a lot of potential. But what can viewers expect from all these programs? Here is a preview of this upcoming television season and a quick reminder of some of last season’s most popular shows. Beware, there are spoilers ahead.
The green and blue flags were waving in the breeze. A thousand red ducks made their way down the fountain and students were walking the academic mall learning about the environment; Stony Brook’s annual Earthstock festival was well underway.
Tucked in the back of the Student Activities Center in the Art Gallery lies a secret, over 900 in fact. The third Stony Brook Secrets event, created by Ed Arzomand, a senior applied mathematics and statistics and business management double major, was unveiled last week.
Kotlyarova is practicing for the Closed Body, Safe Heart performance she is a part of for her DAN 400 class, Performance Dance Ensemble. The piece she is working on speaks out against a massacre of homeless children in Brazil.