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Archive for April, 2013

When Kurzweil publicly predicts robots will out think humans

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It has a regular and a magnifying mirror and can be engraved

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Il n jamais reu de rponses satisfaisantes

Providing seating for up to 48 people and parking for 12 cars, her second Cia is much more than a place to grab a cup. With an inviting outdoor cafe in the works Cheap Celine Handbags, a menu that includes breakfast sandwiches on homemade English muffins, paninis, BLT and hummus wraps, Cia will be casual […]

LIU Chooses The Next Student Government Association Team

BY: KEELEY IBRAHIM LIU Brooklyn is under new leadership. The votes were tallied Thursday, April 18 for the next Student Government Association leaders. After months of campaigning, independent candidate Anthony Allen won the position as SGA Executive President. “I put a lot of work into this,” says Allen. “My supporters also helped to get the […]

Corruption In China: LIU Hosts Polk Awards Seminar

BY: NOELANI MONTERO LIU Brooklyn’s Kumble Theater was filled to capacity for the annual Polk Awards Seminar on April 10. Titled “A Revolution Betrayed: Covering Corruption and Human Rights in China,” the seminar hosted 2012 Polk Award recipients Holly Williams, David Barboza, and Wenxin Fan—these journalists were honored for exposing critical information and insight on […]

UHMS Hosts Relay For Life Event

BY: ANISHA ROBERTSON University Health Medical Services (UHMS) hosted the “Relay for Life” walk in the Schwartz Gym from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 23. The event was held to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Participants were engaged in a walk around the entire gymnasium. It was a unique opportunity that […]

To make things earth shattering

While his African dishes undoubtedly have roots in his mother’s kitchen pick-canadagoose, Iba also infuses his creations with local flavors using, for example, the heat of poblano to accent yassa, a traditional Senegalese poultry dish brightened with citrus. “I like to cook from where I am from while not forgetting where I am,” he says. […]

Exit Interview With SGA President Jermaine Isaac

BY: ONISSA SANCHO This is Jermaine Isaac’s second and final term as LIU Brooklyn’s Student Government President. “I’m graduating in May with a degree in Media Arts and going to graduate school for political science at LIU,” says Isaac. With hopes of becoming a lawyer, he credits his time as SGA President as an inspiration. […]

News In Brief: LIU Brooklyn Student Fights Back With Professor

BY: SHAELYNE MOODIE A physical altercation took place during a Speech 3 class on the Brooklyn Campus April 15, which led to an arrest of a student and the hospitalization of a professor. Christopher Reynolds, a second semester freshman and nursing major, was arrested for allegedly assaulting his professor, Mike Pasternack, while class was in […]

LIU Brooklyn Changes To Voting Polls

BY: SHAELYNE MOODIE With the recent SGA Executive Election, LIU Brooklyn has taken a new technical avenue in terms of collecting the voting ballots. After many years of the students physically clicking and drawing back the handle to cast a ballot, the voting ballot is now be touchscreen; as simple as an easy tap to […]