SUNY Spooky Short Story Winner

This is a fictional piece of work submitted to The Fulcrum Newspaper for the SUNY Spooky Short Story Contest, written by contest winner Tyler Rizzo. The Bloody Eyed Incident You wake up, taking a deep breath as you come to in the middle of a hallway. You look around, recognizing it to be the dormContinue reading “SUNY Spooky Short Story Winner”

Slaughterland the Screampark offers student discount this weekend

Written by Lisa-Marie Fiedler | | Slaughterland the Screampark is offering a student discount at 666 Barrier Rd in Binghamton this weekend only. In addition to the student discount this weekend, Slaughterland has also added Sunday night to their typical Friday & Saturday night runs (for this weekend only). Bring your student I.D to theContinue reading “Slaughterland the Screampark offers student discount this weekend”

SUNY spooky short story contest

Written by | | Ariel Hochman “SUNY Spooky Short Story Contest,” hosted by the student run newspaper The Fulcrum. The short story should consist of a haunted, scary and/or spooky theme set at the SUNY Broome campus. Writers have full creative control on the direction they want to take with this. The word limit isContinue reading “SUNY spooky short story contest”

Playboi Carti Brings A Rockstar Performance on Whole Lotta Red

By Dominick Matarese | It’s polarizing, it’s long awaited, it’s Playboi Carti’s Whole Lotta Red.  Now that the long awaited album is here, the verdict is split. Some have derided it as a garbage fire of an album, and some believe it’s Carti’s best. I fall into the latter camp. Whole Lotta Red is highContinue reading “Playboi Carti Brings A Rockstar Performance on Whole Lotta Red”

Zack Snyder’s Justice League: A Tale Of Studio Meddling, Tragedy, And Fan Campaigns

By Tim Rogers | “Zack Snyder’s Justice League,” out now on HBO Max, holds very little resemblance to the theatrical version of  “Justice League” released by Warner Bros. in 2017. The critical and commercial failure of Justice League had fans clamouring for Snyder’s original version of the movie. The hashtag “#releasetheSnydercut” echoed across every socialContinue reading “Zack Snyder’s Justice League: A Tale Of Studio Meddling, Tragedy, And Fan Campaigns”

This Saint Patrick’s Day, Listen To Irish Folk Music

By Dominick Matarese | I do not have a drop of Irish blood in me (as far as I know), yet there is one tradition between my Dad and I that I hold near and dear to my heart; listening to Irish Folk Music. It all started shortly after I was born, when my Dad’sContinue reading “This Saint Patrick’s Day, Listen To Irish Folk Music”

The Time To Start Is When You Chose It To Be; Choose Your Twenties

By Emily Squires | I am going to turn twenty years old this summer, along with hundreds of other students enrolled at SUNY Broome. Most other students are already twenty, or twenty something. I have wondered in the past about how many of them react to this new age, how I might react even. UnsureContinue reading “The Time To Start Is When You Chose It To Be; Choose Your Twenties”

Neil Cicierega’s Mouth Dreams is as Fun as it is Ambitious

By Dominick Matarese | What do Spongebob, Korn, Star Wars, and the Talking Heads have in common? Well, beyond appearing on Niel Cicieregas new album Mouth Dreams… not much. The mashup master, Neil Cicierega, is back with the fourth installment in his “Mouth” series. Mouth Dreams is the latest in a long line of mashupContinue reading “Neil Cicierega’s Mouth Dreams is as Fun as it is Ambitious”