Author Barbara Winslow presented the often untold story of Shirley Chisholm, the subject of her new book, to students, faculty, and alumni recently. Winslow's perspective on Chisholm's life - one of racial and gender challenges and a historic political career pushing a social justice agenda, left attendees "feeling inspired."
College earns place among top colleges nationwide for commitment to students with military backgrounds in annual review conducted by national online publisher.
Against the backdrop of its 50th anniversary, SUNY Old Westbury, a college founded during the height of the American civil rights movement, welcomed two icons of that age to campus to re
John Friedman, Media and Communications faculty member, comments on the historical and present state of police and community relations in Baltimore, Maryland.
Professor Karl Grossman offers insights and opinions on the activity of OPEC nations and the oil market in response to the growth of fracking in the U.S.
Educator and researcher Kate Velsor comments in this local news piece on the impacts of demolition and renovations taking place at the historic Maine Maid Inn.
Marcia Gillespie, a visiting instructor in the media and communications program of the American Studies Department, penned this opinion p