The Long Island economy is stagnating in many aspects and needs a multi-faceted rescue effort, according to a new report by HR&A Advisors Inc.
The three smiling faces projected on a screen during the vigil on Tuesday for the UNC at Chapel Hill shooting did not belong to just the victims of a heinous crime.
Before 2002, Stony Brook was the crazy cat lady of Long Island—hundreds of stray cats roamed the campus, and there was no plan in place to take care of them all.
The Appropriations Act was the star of the show for the Feb. 12 USG senate meeting, passing by a vote of 18-1-0, but not before some misunderstandings and reconsideration.
For almost two hours on the night of Nov. 16, a small crowd was treated to an electronic audio journey in Stony Brook Computer Music Studios’ Aural Architectures.
The new Violence Intervention and Prevention Committee, a brainchild of Christine Szaraz and the Center for Prevention and Outreach, aims to gather disparate student efforts
According to a recent Gallup poll, students who pursue the most popular field in college in the U.S. are not too happy.
A 2013 Pew Research Center study found that 62 percent of those between the ages 16 through 29 said there is a lot of useful, important information not on the Internet.
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
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