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Past Issues


October 2010

The Hangover 2

October 29, 2010

By Kurt Proske

The sequel to the most financially successful R-rated comedy ever to spring from The United States, The Hangover2, revolves around Mike Tyson and millions of laughs and dollars. Round two is clamoring to huge expectations, considering the fact that the first film brought in a whooping $467 Million and pocketed the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy. Now I know what you are all thinking: its common knowledge that sequels normally are a sheer disappointment.

The Pre-obituary of Mother Earth

October 26, 2010

By Caroline Galeotafiore

There are so many questions, yet nearly no answers,
Like a choreographed routine without any dancers.
Life is like math without any numbers.
Add more problems to the equation, and it all will encumber,
Impede, and hinder the ability to live in this world,
To look around you and be amazed by all that’s unfurled.

Not Your Ordinary Pumpkin

October 26, 2010

By Arianna Johnson

This time of year, everyone sets out to search for that perfect pumpkin to carve. For Halloween, you always have to find a pumpkin which is big enough and has the right shape in order to create the best Jack-O-Lantern. However, as delicious as pumpkins may be - in pies for Thanksgiving and otherwise - there is another oddly shaped vegetable that tickles my fancy in the fall: squash!

The Ravens’ Quill

October 20, 2010

By Karl Ekstrom

The Raven’s Quill is devoted to helping students not only become better writers but also helping get students into the capable hands of a publishing company or agent as well as helping students hone their writing skills. This semester, we’re taking the first steps towards all of these; our advisor and chair of the English Department, Dr. Joshua Gidding, held a Screenwriting workshop in which he went over the basic points of writing a screenplay.

Sigma Tau Delta Event

On Tuesday, October 26th, Dr. Elio Zappulla and Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society will a host a reading by Dr. Joshua Gidding entitled “ LONELINESS AND HOPE: A READING OF WALLACE STEVENS.”

Time: 11:30 a.m to 1:00 p.m. Place: Hunt Room in Fortunoff Hall Refreshments will be served. All are welcome.

The School of Aviation at Dowling College Delivers Virtual Presentation to Slovakia Conference

October 15, 2010

At the early hour of 5:45 a.m. EST on September 15th, a Dowling College research team consisting of administration, faculty, and staff delivered a live presentation to Slovakia and spoke with participants over 4,200 miles away. Principal Investigator, Dr. Ryan Leick, along with several members of Dowling College’s School of Aviation, School of Arts and Sciences and Grants Office, gathered around a computer to deliver a live presentation, via Skype, at a conference in Zilina, Slovakia which Dowling College was co-hosting, titled, “From Zero to ATPL.”

The Dowling Equestrian Team has started off their Fall Show Season with a Big Bang!

October 15, 2010

By Lauren Filiberto

The team was awarded High Point Team along with Stony Brook University; both teams won 1st place! Dowling reached High Point Team status with only five (5) Point Riders while Stony Brook had eight (8) Point Riders. Dowling’s Point Riders were Co-captain Lauren Filiberto, Marissa Quigley, Nicole Zerafa, Michelle Berry, and Hayley Knopf.

Dowling College Hosting Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

October 11, 2010

In order to increase student awareness of and interest in philosophy and in order to encourage contributions to the scholarly community, Dowling College Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies invites students to submit papers relating to any philosophical topic or period. Authors of accepted papers will be given the opportunity to present their work at Dowling College’s first undergraduate philosophy conference.

Deadline for Submissions: January 15th, 2011

The Reclaiming Darkness

By Peter Rice
October 11, 2010

A black dusty night enveloped a meek and dreary young boy,
Who walked up and down empty streets, waiting for people to meet.
While a trotting, he could smell pumpkins rotting, and—
From the trees came entreating whispers and tapings from the forgotten.
“Is there someone there who has begotten me?” trembled the weary young boy.
Replied the nameless, “Only me, your forgotten shame.”

NOMA vs. elBulli

By Arianna Johnson
October 11, 2010

Now, I know most people are going to look at this title and wonder, “What language is this girl speaking?”Although these names aren’t of English origin, they are the names of the two best restaurants in the entire world. NOMA is situated in Copenhagen, Denmark and elBulli is located in a small, beachside town just two hours north of Barcelona, Spain.

Remembering Tyler Clementi

By Melissa Theodorakatos
October 4, 2010

Dowling’s own GSA will be hosting a Candlelight Vigil on Monday October 11th at 7PM from the Dowling well to the PAC building. Details on the vigil will be posted on the GSA group page on Facebook later this week.

On September 22nd, 2010, 18-year-old Tyler Clementi jumped off the George Washington Bridge after he became the victim of a vicious prank set off by two of his fellow classmates.

Professor Interview: Christian Perring

By Ramona Sav Nolan
October 1, 2010

Christian Perring is a Professor of Philosophy at Dowling College. The following interview will give its readers an insight into Dr. Perring’s interests and life experiences.

Humanitarian Club’s Own Midnight Bowl

By Melissa Theodorakatos
October 1, 2010

On Friday, September 24th, the Humanitarian club hosted its very own Midnight Bowl with the Dowling community. At 9PM, a shuttle arrived at Oakdale to pick up the first set of students eager to arrive at the Shirley bowling lanes for an amazing night. After stopping at Brookhaven around 9:30PM, a bus full of students arrived at the lanes to meet with the club’s President, Melissa Pernier, and they began to check in at the event.


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