A motion to move the men’s club lacrosse team to line budget status failed by a vote of 11-8-0 during the Undergraduate Student Government senate meeting on Thursday, Feb. 26.
Under the microscope: Stony Brook University scientists discover how different components of marijuana work
Scientists at Stony Brook University discovered the mechanism by which the main components of marijuana, THC and CBD, are transported within the cell.
Stony Brook’s Division of Information Technology will be working with the IT department of Dowling College to fix network issues at the Brookhaven Residential Village.
What does curcumin, the main component of the Asian spice turmeric, have in common with periodontal disease? Quite a lot, according to one Stony Brook professor.
Speeding tickets issued by UPD in 2014 increased by 290 percent compared to 2013, according to Chief of Police Robert J. Lenahan and the Office of the VP of Administration.
Hurricane Sandy, otherwise known as “Superstorm Sandy,” engulfed the east coast of New Jersey and New York in late October of 2012.
Last April, Stony Brook finished second in the Campus Conservation Nationals event against Albany, SUNY IT and SUNY New Paltz. SBU saved a total of 41,081 kilowatt-hours.
SBU hosted Ann Curry, the Emmy-winning international news correspondent and former anchor for NBC, for a Marie Colvin Distinguished Lecture on Tuesday, March 10.
The Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities at Stony Brook University held its inaugural conference on masculinity from March 5 to 8.
On Wednesday, Iota Nu Delta and the South Asian Students Association decided to focus on a part of the world that gets little attention.
The Long Island economy is stagnating in many aspects and needs a multi-faceted rescue effort, according to a new report by HR&A Advisors Inc.