American conductor Jeffrey Milarsky directed the Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra at the Staller Center Main Stage on Saturday, Oct. 11.
A recent survey by Gallup showed that 50 percent of black college graduates held more than $25,000 in student loan debt, compared to 34 percent of white graduates.
For Seawolves fans everywhere, one could only hope that opposing teams visiting the home of men’s and women’s basketball will have to go through hell and run out the door after a Stony Brook victory.
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.
At approximately 3:15 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 4, the Stony Brook University Police Department arrested Joseph Bryan Lloyd, 30, of Brooklyn, N.Y.
A 2013 Pew Research Center study found that 62 percent of those between the ages 16 through 29 said there is a lot of useful, important information not on the Internet.
At a Tuesday, Sept. 9 meeting, the Suffolk County Legislature unanimously passed a bill that would create a task force to address the issue of coastal erosion on the North Shore of Long Island.
After a long week of Homecoming festivities Jules Mayard and Jaclyn Lattanza were finally announced as the homecoming king and queen on Saturday night during Homecoming.
The Seawolves fall to William & Mary Tribe, 27-20, in an overtime thriller. This is the first time since 2005 that the Seawolves lost a homecoming game under Chuck Priore, making his homecoming record 8-1.
When conversation turns to Long Island’s coastal waters, Stony Brook University professor Christopher Gobler is quite familiar with the area and the organisms that live in it.
Stony Brook homecoming court got to show off their Seawolf spirit this past Tuesday night at the “Creative Explosion” in the SAC auditorium.
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.