RuPaul’s Drag Race has elevated drag culture to the mainstream, inspiring hundreds of people to pursue a career in drag. But it’s made it harder, not easier, for drag queens to make a living doing drag.
The staff of The Osprey is proud to present its final publication for the spring of 2018, Longislandcommuter.com a site dedicated to transportation on Long Island.more
Demi Guo, Arielle Martinez, and Ronny Reyes
For their multimedia JRN364 project, SOJ students report on how suburbs on Long Island came to terms with a decades-long controversy
A national research team called RIS4E is helping NASA lay the groundwork for missions of the future that land humans on Mars, the Moon and maybe even asteroids.more
DACA, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, is an American immigration policy that would offer some undocumented immigrants a path to legal citizenship, providing they arrived before they were 16 years old and before June 2007.more
Despite immigration and deportation becoming a central issue in the general election, local law enforcement officers have little authority to enforce federal immigration policy, making deportation less of a priority in the village.more
Christine Powell, Emily Heller, Khloé Meitz
School of Journalism students spent the past several months following fourth-year medical students on the final and most nerve-wracking part of their medical educations.
The presidency of Samuel L. Stanley Jr. demonstrates how economic forces are shaping universities in a post-recession economy.
Gwangjang Market currently holds approximately 1,500–2,000 vendors who sell Korean traditional food, clothing, and medicine.
A growing number of young children and teenagers are leading double lives: students by day and homeless runaways by night.
Arielle Martinez and Kevin Urgiles
A grassroots food share program gears up for the season.
Students from Stony Brook University’s School of Journalism traveled to the concrete jungle on the first of April as part of the school’s “Professional Fridays in New York” series of trips into …more
The Journalism Without Walls program of the School of Journalism visited Cuba in January , following a very successful trip in 2012.more
The number of hit-and-runs in the county has doubled in the last seven years and victims’ families say that current penalties are enabling drivers to get away with this crime.
Kevin Urgiles, Kristy Gerlett, Joseph Ryder
The Islamic Center of Long Island (ICLI) opened its Interfaith Institute in Westbury with hopes of creating a center rich in religious tolerance.
Abby Del Vecchio
More than 25 percent of millennials are back in the nest, up from 22 percent in 2007. A look at how the economy has played a role in one long islander’s decision to move back home.
The Long Island Woodworkers 20th Annual Show, curates fine furniture, decorations and tools from wood craftsmen from across Long Island.more
Inside the LGBT Senior Citizen community. 100,000 of New York City’s 1.5 million residents who are 55 and older are part of the LGBT senior citizen community
Kerlern Rae Tuitt
The Life of Brian: A Boy Whose Skin Won’t Stay On is a profile of young Brian Ilg and the challenges he faces.
Raising the Age: The Drive to Change How Teenagers Are Prosecuted In New York Courts is Marina Liao’s look the movement to raise the age at which adolescents are tried as adults.