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Archive for April, 2012

LIU Panel Pushes For More Latino Males in College

BY: DESIREE RUCKER The struggles that young Latino men and boys are facing in the city was the focus of a campus-wide panel discussion held at the Kumble Theater on April 20. The event, which had been in the works for about a year, was held in response to the book, “Invisible No More: Understanding […]

Jermaine Isaac Re-Elected For Second Term

BY: ANTHONY LOUIS Jermaine Isaac, SGA president from 2010-11 has been re-elected by the student body for the 2012-13 year. Seawanhaka had the pleasure of sitting down with Isaac a few days after his announced victory. “It is an honor, and our team is proud,” Isaac said. “Next year is going to be extremely well; […]

Eco-Friendly Fashion

BY: MABEL MARTINEZ Even though Earth Day was a week ago, we shouldn’t just support the effort once a year. Each year, more people are becoming aware about the need to protect the environment. Recycling and eating organic products are just a couple ways in which people are trying to embrace a green lifestyle. Meanwhile, […]

Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man

BY: JUSTIN ELLIS After watching “Think Like a Man” you come away with a few thoughts—Kevin Hart is a complete fool, Steve Harvey is a traitor to all men and Dwayne Wade dating Gabrielle Union makes him one of the luckiest men in America. “Think Like a Man” is absolutely hilarious from the beginning to […]

Rihanna Marijuana Photos Spark Controversy & Simon Cowell Robbed

BY: SHARI STRAKER Singer Rihanna posted pictures of rolling up a blunt on the head of her bodyguard at the music festival Coachella last week her Instagram. Along with the post she wrote the caption, “Memories don’t live like people do #coachella.” Since posting the pictures the pop singer has been receiving backlash not only […]

A Weekend of Dancing

BY: JOHNNY SADOWSKI From the marled floor to the soaring jumps, Long Island University’s Dance department went full throttle this weekend at their annual Spring Dance concert. It was led by Professor Dana Hash-Campbell and this year’s concert was one of the best shows they’ve put on yet.  With performances from student choreographers, Ariel Tharpe, […]

Information on Headaches

BY: RALPHNIE EDMOND Headaches are very common medical problem and a common cause of disability among men and women. Headaches interfere with the ability to work and to perform daily tasks. Some people have frequent headaches; other people hardly ever have them. Although headaches can be painful and distressing, they rarely indicate a serious condition. […]

Breaking the Silence: More Attention Demanded by Emerging Athletic Programs

BY: JENNIFER BANNON Is Long Island University leaving behind all other sports other than men’s and women’s Basketball? Long Island University is part of the NCAA Division I program, boasting 14 varsity sports. LIU does not support all of the sports teams besides women’s basketball and men’s basketball. All of the other sports are neglected […]

LIU Goes Green

BY: LINDSEY WALKER Long Island University’s Brooklyn Campus, in conjunction with the LIU Sustainability Committee, is making great strides towards a smaller footprint—a carbon footprint, that is. In it’s second year of action, the Sustainability Committee has already helped to implement more environmentally friendly methods on campus and raise awareness about the dangers of pollution, […]

LIU Alumni Makes it in The Music Industry

BY: KAREN MILLER It’s no secret that the job market is tight. But regardless of whatever passion one chooses to pursue,  the tough job market should not have one thinking, ‘I won’t land my potential career.’ It is very important for students to network and develop relationships before graduating from college. One LIU alum has […]