Author Archives: Joshua Odam

Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow.

Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage, and then is heard no more. Continue reading

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The art of accurate storytelling

Tonjanita Johnson

Dr. Tonjanita Johnson, whose career began in newsrooms, has a bit of advice for budding journalists: Get the facts straight. Continue reading

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Odd Fellow

The man that I really am is a young, mellow, slightly odd fellow. He lives in a room with glass walls but no doors. Just one window. And the people I let in to that window are like a cool breeze. Continue reading

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High hopes for new campus recreation center

The new Stony Brook University Recreational Center onJuly 25, 2012. The center is set to open in September. Photo by Hannah Fagin

The fall opening of the 85,000-square-foot Campus Recreation Center is a source of excitement and relief to students, faculty and staff alike. Continue reading

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I’ve never seen my own face

Every time I ever looked at myself, it’s always been through pictures, videos or a mirror. I’ve never actually seen my own face. By that logic, I don’t actually know who I am and I never will. Continue reading

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Tales from my wandering, take 2

I have always been a fan of street art and graffiti. Guys like Shepard Fairey and Keith Haring; their work was always so interesting to me solely because it was different. Continue reading

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Tales from my wandering

Tuesday, I got the chance do some free-form photography. While everyone went outside to take pictures of the scenery and the flora, I walked around the library. Lots of empty space, lots of glass and lots of light. Continue reading

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Glenda Sanchez: Dedicated to journalism – in two languages

Glenda Sanchez

Glenda Sanchez is so dedicated to Roosevelt High School’s newspaper, The Rough Writers, that many of her peers and teachers – including her principal – suggested the publication be renamed Glenda’s Newspaper. Continue reading

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Getting the picture

Tweet How is it that I was able to learn more about cameras, photography and videography in three hours outside as opposed to an entire semester of high school journalism? As a cinematography aficionado, I realize that there is an … Continue reading

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We’re college kids … for the time being

The professor said I should be concise, but rambling is more entertaining to me. But what was I talking about? Oh right, William James and good men. I’ll let you know how that goes later in the week. Continue reading

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