Fans of Stony Brook athletics can say goodbye to the intimate confines of the 1,700-seat Pritchard Gymnasium. The Seawolves are heading back to Stony Brook Arena.
Pizza was an inexpensive food that poor working class people from Naples would eat, according to an article from the History Channel’s website.
“The Maze Runner” is riddled with various characters, plot points and moments that lead to nothing, but ultimately come together as a charming, if not a bit messy, film.
“Modern Vampires of the City” is indie rock sensation Vampire Weekend’s latest album. The album has not only helped the band maintain their success, but also flourish in the rock community.
Feminism is an ongoing debate in our society. This word has become a political, economic and cultural related issue. From Sept. 18-20, The Humanities Institute held a conference called “Humanities Institute Conference: Global Women’s Cinema.” The conferences were held in …
The actors of Asylum Theatre performed an impressive showing of the play “Doubt, A Parable” by John Patrick Shanley for their opening night on Thursday at the Staller Center.
Stony Brook’s Center of Dance, Movement and Somatic Learning held its Dance for a Dollar: Faculty Showing event on Thursday night.
A group of actors that pool their interests together in order to put on a show that leaves the audience wondering: that is what Asylum Theatre is and is what their production of “Doubt” looks to do.
Gilmore, a performance artist, has a four-week-long exhibition, titled “Kate Gilmore: Top Drawer,” at Stony Brook University’s Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery in the Staller Center.
The diverse personalities that exist at Stony Brook were seen on Thursday at the reception of the 2014 Satellite art exhibition, which will remain in the SAC Art Gallery until Oct. 2.
When Ardit Piroli walked onto Stony Brook campus for the first time last year, he almost immediately started looking for others who shared his passion for producing music.
James Gunn’s latest film, “Guardians of the Galaxy,” is another superhero movie that targets children, adolescents, and lovers of heroes from the Marvel comics.