For Stony Brook University, July means movies. July 17 marks the beginning of the 19th annual Stony Brook Film Festival at the Staller Center for the Arts.
Moving to college is a big step for students and their families. While parting from familiar surroundings and preparing for college are exciting changes for some, with changes comes stress.
School is out and summer is around the corner, which means that it is grilling season.
Jerrold L. Stein, the associate vice president for Student Affairs and dean of students, is retiring at the conclusion of this summer after an incredible 38 years of service to Stony Brook University.
In honor of Strawberry Fest, this week’s College Gal Cooking is dedicated to talking about how each of the featured dishes came out.
The Graduate Student Organization hosted the semester’s last Stony Brooklyn concert on Friday at the University Café.
Kameron Myers and Tzvia Pinkhasov are two graduating pre-med students at Stony Brook whose musical talents gave them the opportunity to perform as an opening act for this year’s Stony Brook Brookfest.
This weekend: a health food expo, a graduation celebration and the end of the Stony Brook Chamber Music Festival
The audience is seated and the curtains are raised, but instead of the customary set with a smattering of actors and pit orchestra behind it, there hangs a large screen.
Audience members transitioned from being a group of onlookers to a unified body, clapping their hands in anticipation for The Stony Brook Blowage band to take stage.
In 2009, Sony made the hasty decision to unnecessarily reboot the “Spider-Man” franchise in a desperate effort to keep the right to the franchise.
On Wednesday, April 30, the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics held a staged reading of the top four pieces selected in the 2014 SBU Science Playwriting Competition.