“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.
This week’s College Gal Cooking recipe combines one of the most important meals of the day with one of the most popular foods: bacon, egg and cheese pizza.
The Tabler Steps Piano Project will transform the bottom section of the concrete steps into a public piece of art by painting the steps to resemble a Steinway Grand Piano.
A look at "Pitch Perfect 2," "Ant-Man" and "Crimson Peak."
Director Robert Schwentke’s “Insurgent”’ had adolescents and action movie-lovers glued to their seats with the impressive cast performances and action-packed scenes.
Upcoming events include Sushi Night, a showing of "The Imitation Game" as part of the USG Movie Series and Tabler Quad's "Hands Got Talent."
This year's dancers made their mark on Wednesday on the Staller Steps, where over 70 students gathered to watch the stars and their partner’s dance for the audience’s votes.
Tyler, the Creator's career is marred with chaos. He is politically incorrect and follows no rules but his own. His latest album, "Cherry Bomb," is a testament to it.
As students enter the west entrance of the Charles B. Wang Center at Stony Brook University, they are greeted by an over-blown black and white portrait of a woman.
The Shirley Strum Kenny Student Arts Festival was a celebration of creativity, bringing light to the hidden gems of Stony Brook’s various art galleries.
The Undergraduate Student Government has now announced the second act that will be performing at the Brookfest 2015: B.o.B.