Berthed Brecht’s “The Life of Galileo” was performed the 450th anniversary of the birth of Galileo Galilei. The event was organized by Stony Brook University’s Center for Italian Studies.
On Saturday night, the show, titled “Cirque Peking,” transported its viewers from the Staller Center Main Stage to a world where incredible feats were not just dreamlike, but also a reality.
Vampires have become one of the most frequently adapted monsters of all time, so it is odd that the main marketing point of “Dracula Untold” is that the film tells the untold story of Dracula.
While most college students are still asleep at 8 a.m., Victoria Massey is already awake and has been drilling for 45 minutes. She will be taking the floor soon.
“Snow Cake” explores the unconventional relationship between an adult woman with autism, Linda Freeman (Sigourney Weaver) and a sour, quiet man named Alex Hughes (Alan Rickman).
American conductor Jeffrey Milarsky directed the Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra at the Staller Center Main Stage on Saturday, Oct. 11.
Despite the commotion through the start of midterms, the advent of autumn celebration took over the SAC Plaza and the outside of the University Bookstore. The Office of the Provost Liaison and WUSB 90.1 sponsored a Fall Community Festival on Wednesday, …
Now that fall is here, the leaves are turning orange and so is the soup. Butternut squash soup is a new fall favorite for some people, especially with its appearance in Panera Bread’s fall menu.
Put It In Writing, a writing club with undergraduate and graduate students of all writing levels, gathers to workshop their pieces with one another from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The “COMFORT WOMEN WANTED” art project by artist Chang-Jin Lee is now being displayed on the first floor of the Wang Center until Jan. 10.
The Charles B. Wang Center has focused on bringing culturally educational programs for students and members of the community to enjoy through various forms of expression and interpretation.
On Sept. 22, the British indie rock band alt-J released their sophomore album “This Is All Yours” on Spotify. I have no doubt that this album will be a success.