“Gambino! Gambino! Gambino!” It was 6:56 in the evening, the show had not even started and yet the crowd was chanting Childish Gambino’s name over and over. As the night went on, the crowd’s energy level only intensified.
Celebrating a friend’s birthday on a college campus can often be difficult. Sure you can buy that person a gift and decorate the room with whatever, but when it comes to a cake, if you don’t make it yourself, you’re out of luck.
When spring hits Stony Brook, one question starts circulating around the campus: “who is performing for the spring concert?” So far this year, rumors have been bouncing around on social media sites, but it was not until today that the announcement was made official. Diplo and Childish Gambino will be coming to Stony Brook.
Just because football season is over doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy eating wings. For this recipe, I added a little extra spice, so if you can’t handle the heat, you may want to exclude hot sauce from this recipe.
In honor of The Statesman having its first ever “Alcohol Issue” this week’s dish has been specially picked and includes alcohol in the recipe. Although there is not enough alcohol to intoxicate you in this dish, The Statesman does not encourage those under 21 to obtain alcohol illegally, even for this recipe.
If only there was a healthy and filling snack that college students could eat in between meals to keep the cravings away. But wait, there is! For all the pasta lovers, I’ve decided to make a healthy macaroni salad.
It is no secret that college students are less than healthy when it comes to the food they eat. Foods like Easy Mac and ramen are appealing to the average college student’s budget as well as to those who do not want to wait around for dinner to cook. But are they good for you? Heck no! I do not know about you, but after a while, I grow sick of that food and look for something with more flavor and nutrients. So, if you are ready to take that step away from typical college food, this dish may be exactly what you need.
The Statesman, “The Independent” and “The Press” were able to sit down with both The Cataracs and Mac Miller to talk about their careers, their personal life and their experience with the Stony Brook Concert. We chose some of our favorite questions to put in the issue. If you’re interested in hearing the full interview, it is available on our website, www. sbstatesman.com. All questions below, unless otherwise noted, were asked by The Statesman (Nicole Bansen or Basil John). Interview was edited for cursing.