The former front-runner for USG President, Syed Haq, has dropped out of the race. Though he once held the support of the Student Advocates party, this changed at a recent party meeting. Haq lost their support for his candidacy and the party split and renamed itself Students First.
Author: Raina Bedford
Undergraduate Student Government President Jasper Wilson, on behalf of the USG Senate, endorsed the Public Higher Education Empowerment and Innovation Act (PHEEIA) at a March 1 University Senate meeting.
A diverse group of Stony Brook students and faculty came out to see the current US Surgeon General and Stony Brook alumnus, Steven K. Galson, speak at the lecture hall in the Health Sciences Center on May 1.
In this age of globalization, it is not unusual for companies to exploit cheap labor in poor countries for maximum economic gain. What is unusual is that Stony Brook University supports this practice by selling clothing manufactured by companies who employ children as young as fourteen-years old at rates as low as $0.80 per day