With the coming of fall, back to school and Halloween on our heels, it’s easy to overlook Latino Heritage Month, which starts in the middle of September and ends in the middle of October. How could one possibly... Read More
College is a wonderland full of opportunity, adventure and new people to piss off. What better way to start this new chapter in your life than by aggravating your roommate!
1. Assume the room is yours!
I... Read More
Post-college is always a scary thought for many graduates, but not many can say they’ll be jump-starting this new chapter of their lives in Mexico. For Hanaa’ Tameez, her journalism career will start in Mexico ... Read More
Parents send their children to colleges and universities for a safe and contained educational experience, but college campuses are rapidly becoming hunting grounds for sexual assaults. SUNY campuses especially ... Read More
We’ve heard it before: the classic college kid-turned-musician story; from lecture halls to music halls. The story of Naveed Ahmed and his quest for that “big break” sounds something like that with a twist; Ahm... Read More
“Ibeyi! Ibeyi,” the crowd chanted louder and louder, feeding off of their entrance. The sisters faced one another with a microphone in between them and locked eyes. The crowd didn’t go silent, but a slight lull... Read More
Some of the first words that we hear after emerging from the womb are “It’s a girl!” or “It’s a boy!” This inevitably leads to blue or pink blankets, bibs, nursery rooms. But what does the assignment of a male ... Read More
President Samuel Stanley gave his State of the University Address yesterday at the Staller Center, where he focused most of it on new and distinguished faculty and campus renovation projects.
Stony Brook r... Read More