Two week anniversary of Koda Vista. Celebrate by picking it up on iTunes or getting one of our
“Religion comes from the period of human prehistory where nobody—not even the mighty Democritus who concluded that all matter was made from atoms—had the smallest idea what was going on. It comes from the bawling and fearful infancy of our species, and is a babyish attempt to meet our inescapable demand for knowledge (as well as for comfort, reassurance, and other infantile needs). Today the least educated of my children knows much more about the natural order than any of the founders of religion.” — Christopher Hitchens (1949-2011)
by Taylor Gorman
David Kirby is a poet, critic, and professor of English at Florida State University. He has published over 20 books, won four Pushcart Prizes, received grants from the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts, and is in rank with the funniest of American poets. His collections include Sarah Bernhardt’s Leg, Saving the Young Men of Vienna, Big-Leg Music, The Ha-Ha, and The House on Boulevard St. He is a Delta-published LSU alum and will be reading Friday, April 23, 6:30 PM at the Old President’s House, with Taylor Gorman.
An educational software company based in Smithtown has been recruiting employees from among the ranks of Stony Brook University students – to the tune of hundreds of employees ever since its owner began the practice in 2000.
Photojournalism - The Pulse
Photojournalistic images illustrated the pulse and undercurrents of Canadian society. While some images captured Canadian triumphs, others were preoccupied with exposing social problems or marking the events that affected everyday life.
Rev. Andrew Roddan, author of God in the Jungles
Unknown location, (depression in the 1930