The Physics and Math buildings were evacuated after a fire on the third floor of the Math building set of alarms at 3:45 p.m… Classes in both buildings have been cancelled for the rest of the day.
It is the fifth week of the academic year and Stony Brook students living at Brookhaven Residential Village are lacking consistent Internet access and struggling to adapt to a strict bus schedule.
Safety precautions of all sorts were on the table at the Undergraduate Student Government senate meeting on Sept. 18, as various figures spoke to the senate about keeping Stony Brook students safe.
University President Dr. Samuel L. Stanley Jr. and his Chief Deputy Edward Summers are at the helm of an initiative to potentially ban tobacco on all of Stony Brook’s campuses.
At approximately 11:10 a.m. the University Police Department and the Setauket Fire Department responded to investigate a possible fire in the basement of the Student Activities Center.
On Monday, Sept. 8, a male caused a disturbance at the Hilton Inn and was arrested. On Monday, Sept. 8, there was a report taken at the Life Sciences building regarding stalking via phone calls. On Tuesday, Sept. 9, a …
The Stony Brook University Office of Sustainability is trying to improve students’ transportation experience with the SBU Smart Transit smartphone application, the office said.
In his annual presentation to the campus community, President Stanley looked back on the university’s success, but also highlighted the challenging road ahead in his State of the University Address.
A male pedestrian was struck by a Nissan Altima and was taken to the University Hospital by the Stony Brook Volunteer Ambulance Corps at about 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 17.
By the time Camille Wortman graduated from Duke University with her Ph.D., she felt as if psychologists were not focusing enough on treating grief and traumatic losses.
Applied DNA Sciences Inc. (ADNAS) has entered into a two-year $2.97 million contract with the U.S. Department of Defense on behalf of the Defense Logistics Agency.
When Holland Blankenship heard about the first ever LGBT group being allowed to march in next year’s Saint Patrick’s Day Parade in New York City, she received the news with hesitation.