On Sunday, Dec. 7, Ellis Paul, an American song-writer and folk musician, will be performing at University Café at 2 p.m. He will be performing songs from his newly released album, “Chasing Beauty.”
As Adolf Hitler’s Nazi forces spread throughout 1940s Europe, a group of the best cryptographer’s in Britain fought the war from inside a secret operations shed outside London.
On Tuesday night, the Stony Brook men’s basketball team travelled to Cincinnati to play the Cincinnati Bearcats (6-1), in search of the Seawolves’ fifth-straight victory.
Baking Trinidadian sweet bread is an annual tradition in my family. Simply put, it is a moist type of bread packed with candied fruits and grated coconut.
Thanksgiving break could not come soon enough for Stony Brook students, especially because of the lack of any other breaks in the fall semester. Students who live in the area, like Alyssa Barroso from Nassau, get to go home, relax …
On Saturday afternoon, the Stony Brook men’s basketball team played its final game of the 2014 NIT Season Tip-Off against St. Thomas Aquinas College.
The Seawolves led from start to finish in a 73-54 rout over LIU-Brooklyn at Madison Square Garden on Thanksgiving day.
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.
The Stony Brook’s men’s basketball team faced a tough test on Tuesday night, as the Seawolves hosted Western Kentucky, a strong team that is one year removed from an NCAA tournament appearance.
Norm Goodman, Ph.D., has been teaching sociology at Stony Brook since 1964 and has served on the University Senate, a coalition of faculty committees that advise campus administration.
The audience burst into applause just as the sopranos of the Stony Brook Opera finished their introduction number from composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “The Magic Flute.”
Although the number of women graduating from colleges is greater than the number of men graduating nationwide, there is a shortage of women running for executive student government positions.