Since the dawn of man, it has been exactly that. Men this; men that. “Stronger, smarter, better,” apparently. As a man myself I’ve gotta admit that I’ve benefitted tremendously in only 20 years from simply bein... Read More
Dark skinned in complexion with bright green eyes, long tufts of curly tar black hair. An unkempt beard and mustache contour his worn but jubilant face. His garments are raggedy and yellowing but still fresh sc... Read More
As if the world weren’t a dark enough place already when that orange Cheetos face got into office and decided to be as evil as possible in less than a week, the world has lost another champion.
Gabe the dog,... Read More
A sweltering Los Angeles sun. Cars packed into the Judge Harry Pregerson Interchange bumper to bumper. A chorus of honks, radio and idling engines goes quiet. A woman in a yellow dress pops out of her sedan and... Read More
Despite a tough ending last fall, the Stony Brook women’s soccer team is poised for a deep playoff run this season after several big changes.
Senior striker Amy Thompson, a member of Luxembourg’s national t... Read More
Finding Dory sees everyone's favorite fish back in the long awaited sequel to one of Disney Pixar’s greatest search and rescue stories, Finding Nemo.
It's time for another journey to find lost loved ones, an... Read More
Despite eating alone most of the time, Barbara Werner has patented a way to make the most of her meal.
“I started taking myself out to dinner, but restaurants don’t even realize what they do,” Werner, found... Read More
Born and raised in Pakistan, Isma Chaudhry has spent the last 20 years making an active effort to dismissing falsehoods associated with Islam.
“Islam is for all of humanity, there is no religious hierarchy,... Read More
In addition to his teaching position, Stony Brook Professor Joel Hurowitz currently serves as a deputy principal investigator for the Planetary Instrument for X-Ray Lithochemistry in Pasadena, which will be lau... Read More