“Canning Mao’s Mangoes.” “The Grace Lee Project.” It is no secret the Wang Center certainly stepped up its game this year when it comes to its events.
It was far from pretty and nearly went the other way multiple times in the final 60 seconds, but Stony Brook escaped with a 57-56 win over Columbia in its debut game at Island FCU Arena.
If you are like 90 percent of the student population at Stony Brook University, chances are you have either been to or heard of a fraternity party.
Bae. Basic. Turnt. These are only a few of the slang words that college students are increasingly using across social media.
In the much anticipated Stony Brook men’s basketball home opener, the Seawolves will take on the visiting Columbia Lions on Friday night at 7 p.m. at the Island Federal Credit Union Arena.
This week, Amazon put out a four-minute online video advertisement to scare the masses featuring their newest piece of smart technology, Echo.
Destiny put Sister Sanaa Nadim on the second floor of Stony Brook’s Student Union, among the offices of the Interfaith Center.
Stony Brook led 24-10 late in the second quarter, but the JMU Dukes and their high-flying offense defeated the Seawolves 27-24 in a CAA football matchup Saturday afternoon at LaValle Stadium.
The University Orchestra is made up of a variety of students, including those still in high school, undergraduates and graduate students and is open to string, woodwind, brass and percussion players.
At 10:12 p.m., University Police officer Salvatore Casaccio jumped a lane of traffic and hit Brianna Bifone with his police cruiser, pinning her underneath the vehicle for about 30 minutes
The Wang Center Chapel was quiet and still on Wednesday night as S.N. Sridhar, the director of the Center for India Studies, taught the crowd about the celebration of Diwali.
On Nov. 16, 2013, Stony Brook football beat the James Madison Dukes, 41-38. Entering that game, the Seawolves found themselves in a very similar position as this year. They were 3-6 and eliminated from playoff contention. They knew they were …