Christopher Nolan’s “Interstellar” draws upon the curiosity of the unknown and the need to discover to create a space thriller that is both ambitious in aesthetics and personal in narrative.
Escaping from the dreary weather, dozens of Stony Brook students and community members entered into the world of abstract art, where sunny sights and enticing illusions are a day dreamers paradise.
“Canning Mao’s Mangoes.” “The Grace Lee Project.” It is no secret the Wang Center certainly stepped up its game this year when it comes to its events.
The black Yamaha piano sat in the middle of the wooden platform stage as guests quickly filled up the seats of the recital hall in the Staller Center.
Bae. Basic. Turnt. These are only a few of the slang words that college students are increasingly using across social media.
This week: “The Theory of Everything,” “Big Hero 6,” and “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1.”
The University Orchestra is made up of a variety of students, including those still in high school, undergraduates and graduate students and is open to string, woodwind, brass and percussion players.
SBU students have adapted to a new social media application called YikYak, quickly putting Stony Brook University on the company’s radar as one of the most active regions in New York.
The Undergraduate Student Government said that this year’s “Back to the Brook” concert was going to be the biggest one yet—and they delivered.
The Wang Center Chapel was quiet and still on Wednesday night as S.N. Sridhar, the director of the Center for India Studies, taught the crowd about the celebration of Diwali.
Shadow puppetry’s rich theatrical background of Southeast Asia was highlighted at last Saturday’s puppet performance and creative shadow puppet-making workshop at the Wang Center.
In the spirit of Halloween, Stony Brook’s Pocket Theatre performed Richard O’Brien’s “The Rocky Horror Show” on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 in the Leadership and Service Center.