Undergraduate Student Government President Cole Lee announced plans for the 24-hour operation of the Melville Library at the USG Senate meeting on Thursday evening.
The “whispering” bats are a diverse population that eat a variety of different foods. But what led to this amount of diversity in their diet?
The demonstration started at the Student Activities Center and students made their way toward the Administration Building, chanting “Black Lives Matter.”
A new Diversity, Equity and Inclusion policy was announced by SUNY this semester.
The team is trying to answer crucial questions that could potentially lead to treatments for brain diseases such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and PTSD.
As part of a new Throwback Thursday feature, The Statesman is publishing old stories from its archives.
Student will have access to the Central Reading Room, along with the Teaching, Learning and Technology SINC site, for the whole day, fulfilling Cole Lee’s campaign promise.
Samantha Winter has recently been hired to fill SBU’s new complainant navigator/advocate position, extending her ear, shoulder and expertise to those in need.
The fire started around 7 p.m., and the flames could be seen burning through the window of a second-floor dorm room.
A normal day at the Campus Recreation Center became quite a different experience for Stony Brook senior Nicole Mastrocinque on Friday.
USG and Dean of Students Timothy Ecklund led students in a candlelight vigil Tuesday evening for victims of the terror attacks in Paris, Beirut and around the world.