A ban on abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detectable took effect in the state of Texas. News of the imperilment of women’s health in Texas sparked a dialogue on social media which is leaving many worried about the future of reproductive rights.
It might come as a shock to some of you that Stony Brook University is not a school made for the arts. Perhaps the abundance of science buildings with the humanities packed in a corner, or simply its reputation as an internationally renowned research university.
In collaboration with the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center, the Stony Brook University Libraries hosted a lecture presented by Lewis Kachur on the nuances of early New York surrealism that took the idea to the next level.
With the return of live music has inevitably come the return of beloved and glamorized music festivals — the close of September will host the long-awaited Governor’s Ball at New York City’s own Citi Field.
For rap megastar Drake, it’s hard to know when the rapping persona stops and the goofing around starts. His feuds with other rappers and many of his actions are questionable and unatoned for, but his songs can have good hooks … sometimes.
Indie-rock band Fleece released their album “Stunning and Atrocious,” introducing listeners to tracks such as “Like It A Lot” and “Upside Down.” The Montreal-based band shares their creative and personal experiences when it comes to making new music.