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Archive for October, 2015

Meet the 5K Record Holder: Esther Jean Louis

Ester Jean Louis breaks the 5K record in cross-country.

The Chicago Cubs’ apparent curse lives on for another year.

Astounding postseason for the New York Mets continues 

Meet NEC Rookie of the Week: Rasmus Hansen

Rasmus Hansen talks to Seawanhaka about his great start.

LIU Professor Dr. Aaron Lieberman Displays is Cuba Trip in LLC

The Associate Professor of the Department of Counseling and School Psychology put his trip to Cuba in from 2011 in an art exhibt located on the third floor of the library learning Center.

Book Review: Ferguson in Black and White

Ke’Asia Session Ferguson in Black and White, written by Missouri Politician Jeff Smith, takes a look into that fateful day in Ferguson, Missouri when Officer Darren Wilson shot Mike Brown. Unlike most news outlets, to cover the story, Smith writes from both points of view. After conducting interviews with the local residents of Ferguson, Smith […]

Raury Music Breathes Positivity Into Hip-Hop

Hip-hop’s future star shies away from the ‘turn up’  and introduces a hope into a suffering world.

Popular Monsters

Artist Nina levy talks about her exihibit that is currently on display on the first floor in the Humanities building. She explains the reasons behind the heads and if we should expect anything new from her anytime soon. 

Hot 97’s TT Torrez Speaks on Breaking into the Business

Hot 97’s Music Director talks her start, being a women in a male dominant industry, internships, moving up in Radio and more in an intimate setting with LIU Professor and journalist, Deborah Lewis and the students.

Why your college admission doesn’t make you capable for a credit-card way of life

Op-Ed: Why students should avoid credit cards

Affordability Getting the best of LIU- Brooklyn Students.

Op-Ed Piece on Affordability.