The red zone was empty, but there was noise, as the Undergraduate Student Government held its end-of-the-year concert in the Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium for the first time in the history of Stony Brook Universit... Read More
View of the scene from above at around 10:00 a.m. The pool of blood has since been washed away.Photo Credit/ Wasim Ahmad.
Update, 12:59 p.m.: According to an e-mail from President Stanley, the victim was a ... Read More
Color him mysterious.
His voice is steady.
He chooses his words carefully; he speaks as if he’s composing a written piece, with the absence of slang and the presence of well-constructed sentences.
He a... Read More
The protagonist is Hushpuppy and Wink is her father. They live in the Bathtub.
An isolated island community off the coast of Louisiana, the Bathtub is on the wrong side of the levees protecting New... Read More
A Stony Brook University student was killed when a car filled with students collided with a police car at 1:30 a.m. on Oct. 30–the night that Hurricane Sandy made landfall on the East Coast–said a press release... Read More
The changes to the Student Activities Board bylaws proposed by Undergraduate Student Government Sentator Kenneth Myers on Oct. 2 have been approved.
Under the new bylaws, the name of SPA was changed to ASAB—... Read More
I went to the job fair because I wanted to meet Katie Curcio, head of the internship program at CBS. I arrived at 12:20 p.m., expecting that there would be a line leading up to her table. Instead, I saw an em... Read More
Those who enjoyed eating in Roth Food Court will soon be exposed to an atmospheric change -- Roth Regatta Café featuring Red Mango is set to open for business during the Spring 2013 semester, according to a fac... Read More
The Roth Pond Regatta is an event that has been taking place annually at Stony Brook dating all the way back to 1989. Cardboard contraptions disguised in paint and tape line the edges of Stony Brook University’... Read More