When Senator Olympia Snowe announced her retirement, I was disappointed, but in no way surprised.
The problems that have driven her from the upper and more dysfunctional house of Congress are easy to see, an... Read More
Barbara Chernow has been promoted to be the Senior Vice President for Administration, a new position created to encompass both Financial and Human Resource Services as well as the responsibilities of her old jo... Read More
Comedian Jeff Kreisler’s résumé reads like a best-of list for left-leaning comedy consumers.
His coverage of the 2008 election included blogging for Comedy Central’s “Indecision” and ObamaGirl’s YouTube Chan... Read More
Clubs applying for their budgets this semester will be introduced to draft budgets and Campusvine, an upgraded version of Allocate, Undergraduate Student Government Treasurer Thomas Kirnbauer announced Saturday... Read More
Courage Wolf, move on over. Advice Dog, step aside. Wolfie, Stony Brook’s mascot, is now by far the most popular canine-based meme on campus.
SBU Memes, a Facebook fan page that was launched on Wednesday, ha... Read More
When should a girl start having sex?
According to 35 of 100 surveyed Stony Brook males, as soon as possible. Fifty-five of them said that the best way for a woman to keep a man in a relationship would be to ... Read More
Five clubs picked up a combined $5,617 in Special Services Council funding and three clubs that had their line budget statuses restored last week regained all but five percent of their original funding.
Also... Read More
Even after more than a decade, it’s difficult to know how to approach to the events of September 11th, 2001.
As Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close demonstrates, many aren’t ready to see the tragedy as the ... Read More
By the time Undergraduate Student Government President Mark Maloof issued an executive order calling for the new financial bylaws to be placed under review, fifteen of Stony Brook’s clubs had been defunded, inc... Read More