The curious green shipping container next to Roth Café is a hydroponic farm, growing plants without soil and regardless of the weather conditions outside.
Walsh marries her lifelong love of art and science as a curator for Stony Brook University’s Simons Center by creating new and thought provoking exhibits.
Dylan Slepian, a 20-year-old Stony Brook University student, is a driver in the Legends car division at Riverhead Raceway. He never won a race prior to 2015.
As of July 1, 2015, Sodexo stepped onto campus and revamped the food system. But is it for the worse or the better?
A. Henry von Mechow played a critical role in the development of what is now Stony Brook’s athletic programs, from intercollegiate to recreational and everything in between.
This year’s concert will feature opening acts from two different Stony Brook artists: R&B singer Justin Love and rock group In Loving Memory.
Students have told me about the less-than-adequate time they had, but from what they described, it actually sounds amazing.
Timeflies were just announced as the headliners for 2015's Back to the Brook.
The east side of LaValle Stadium’s parking lot will become “the prime tailgating location during Seawolves football game days,” according to a news release from Athletics.
Origami, chopstick competitions, Asian history, special performances and more are all offered at the Wang Center this fall.