The Undergraduate Student Government senate passed a new $3.2 million budget for the 2015-2016 year at its Thursday meeting.
The theme of this year’s meeting was “Bringing Cancer Discoveries to Patients,” bridging the gap between scientists at the lab bench and patients in the clinic.
Sophomore political science major Cole Lee will be the USG President during the 2015-2016 academic year.
A recent Penn State Harrisburg study revealed that many college students text more than 100 times a day and sometimes during the most inappropriate situations.
Craig Lehmann, dean of the School of Health Technology and Management at SBU, recently invented a vibrating bracelet to help people perplexed by difficult medicine regimens.
Two survivors of the 1945 Hiroshima bombing and a disarmament activist shared their first-hand experiences with nuclear weapons and a desire for nuclear abolition.
Ranked fourth by the Princeton Review’s 2015 Guide to 353 Green Colleges, SBU has cemented itself as one of the most environmentally-friendly schools in the United States.
The Statesman published more than 900 articles online and in print this academic year. Read the most popular stories, based on the number of views on sbstatesman.com.
As the end of the spring semester approaches, Stony Brook University students are constantly bombarded with emails and reminders to fill out their course evaluations.
More than 20 organizations came together at the Unite for Nepal event on May 5 in order to provide relief and urgent care to the people affected.
With over 20,000 graduate and undergraduate students, trying to find your niche as an incoming student can be a pretty difficult feat—but this list will make it easier.