Day: October 26, 2016

Hillary Clinton deserves disabled community’s support

By JESSER HOROWITZ – 6 years ago

This has been the strangest election cycle in my lifetime, although admittedly that is not particularly long. American optimism, usually critical to electoral success, has been overrid­den by a creeping…

Letter to the Editor

By MARK WAGNER – 6 years ago

In response to Professor Joshua Schreier’s piece, “Israeli LGBTQ rights must not over­shadow state violence” (Oct. 12, 2016) Joshua Schreier’s piece is full of flawed and misleading arguments. The “pinkwashing”…

Lockout threatens LIU campus community

By GABI ANSPACH – 6 years ago

Employers should not be able to abruptly hang workers’ income and healthcare over their heads as a way to force them into worse working conditions. Unfortunately, this was exactly the…

Depictions of war require more nuance

By SYLVAN CALKO PERLMUTTER – 6 years ago

Last week, when the long-planned assault on the ISIS stronghold of Mosul was final­ly launched, anybody with a smartphone could have followed the ensuing events on Snapchat’s “Attack on ISIS”…

Witty play arrives in time for the holidays

By LUCY ELLMAN – 6 years ago

If you had a childhood, or have seen Tim Bur­ton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” you’ll know that nothing goes together quite like Christmas and Halloween. This Halloweekend, make sure to…

Banks’s vulnerability shows on “The Altar”

By PATRICK TANELLA – 6 years ago

As I was shuffling through a Spotify playlist in 2015, I came across a beautifully haunting sound that was none other than “Goddess,” the ti­tle song from Banks’s debut album.…