As lawful residents of Stony Brook’s campus housing, we refuse to accept any displaced students in our rooms (for sake of explanation, we’ll call them “student-refugees”).
The number of non-religious adults in the U.S. is on the rise, but many still live in fear of expressing their indifference.
What is the difference between gambling on point spreads, which is illegal, and picking a team of players and wagering on their output, which is legal in 45 states?
A damning report by ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” was released last Tuesday in which every Patriot-hater was given the greatest amount of ammunition behind the accusations.
The most interesting argument against gay marriage I’ve heard is the famous “Where does it end?” defense. If gays can marry, what’s stopping polygamy, pedophilia, zoophilia?
Over 2,600 people packed into the Island Federal Credit Union Arena to hear Tyson summarize his journey from Bronx nerd to director of the Hayden Planetarium.
Along with potential candidates, students will have an important issue to vote in during this year’s USG elections—a possible increase of the Student Activity Fee.
Friday, April 17 marked the beginning of campaigning, and starting on April 27, the SOLAR system will open up for voting. Elections officially end on May 1.
The 2015-2016 Undergraduate Student Government budget of nearly $3.2 million passed on Thursday, April 9 and increased the budget for the Student Activities Board to $650,000.
Early last month, 15-year-old Ariana Taylor was beaten by four other girls at a McDonald’s in Flatbush while at least a dozen people looked on.