In Episode 2, hosts Amaya and Melanie discuss the timeless battle over Spotify and Apple Music. The hosts also get into a heated discussion over the Hollywood remake He’s all That and Hollywood’s infamous reputation of ruining classics.
Join Arts & Culture editors Amaya McDonald and Melanie Navarro for the new Statesman podcast, “Off The Record.” From The “King of Pop” Michael Jackson to Lady Gaga, they dig into the artistry that creates a cohesive no-skip album.
On Thursday, Feb. 10, the Stony Brook campus had a taste of the MTV comedy rap battle show “Wild ‘n Out” when USG brought in cast members Conceited, Justina Valentine and Radio Big Mack as part of their recurring “Stony Brook Comedies” series.
The Statesman spoke with Ben Majest of indie-rock band Best Breakfast ahead of the band’s first gig for the release of their new album “PANACEA,” and dug into the record’s creation, the experience of songwriting and the band’s past discography.
Gone are the days of purity politics and sexual shaming. Now, men can thrust women into the arms of murderous sexual libertines with ease, stamping their obsession with women’s bodies onto a new era of sex positivity.
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.