The Undergraduate Student Government senate unanimously confirmed freshman political science major Andrei Moraru as an associate justice of the USG judiciary in its half-hour
Nuclear power has been touted as one of the cleanest and greenest energy sources. Even so, the 2011 Fukushima meltdown demonstrated more could be done in the way of safety.
Stony Brook University owes nearly $4.2 million in state-funded tuition aid that was awarded to ineligible students over three years, according to a report released on
Amidst an ongoing federal investigation into SBU’s handling of Title IX cases, many students are unfamiliar with the law and the method by which it investigates sexual
The Center for Behavioral Political Economy, located in the Social and Behavioral Sciences building at Stony Brook University, held its grand opening on Monday, Nov. 17.
A Statesman review of Campus Dining prices and policies has revealed the Bronze meal plan is leaving students’ wallets and stomachs empty.
LGBTQ advocates at Stony Brook are questioning part of the Food and Drug Administration’s recommendation to lift a lifetime ban on blood donations by gay and bisexual men.
Stony Brook psychology professor Turhan Canli has a radical idea on the cause of depression, a condition that is estimated by the CDC to affect one in 10 Americans.
The State University of New York Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Jan. 13 to approve an new agreement between Stony Brook University Hospital and Southampton Hospital.
Several hundred trees were cleared for the construction of a 759-bed residence hall and 60,000 square-foot dining facility on Toll Drive. Three out of four "exploitably
Adopted by SBU last spring, the Pink Glove Boxing program’s main goal is not only to provide women with a space to exercise without inhibition, but also to foster a sense