Dr. John Donoghue and a team of scientists at Brown University in Rhode Island are working on a project that will give paralyzed people full restoration of their limbs. Dr. Donoghue came to Stony Brook to speak at the 16th Annual Mind Brain Lecture, on Monday ... Read More

Just Riffin’ with Deborah Machalow

Down the hallway of the USG suite, Deborah Machalow spends some of her final days as an undergraduate student and as Executive Vice President in her office. It is decorated with a whiteboard littered with quotes from past presidents and politicians, a sign han... Read More
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USG and SAB: Budgets and Cuts

This year’s Undergraduate Student Government budget has shown a relinquishing of the budget cuts that consumed almost every club during last year’s budget allocating. Almost every club received a small increase in their funding, while some, like the Fine Ar... Read More

Students Gather to Talk Trayvon

Almost two months after the shooting of Trayvon Martin, Stony Brook students gathered to inform their peers and express their opinions. A Stony Brook club, Free the Children, held a panel on Monday, April 16, to discuss the details related to Martin’s shoot... Read More

Kickin’ it with Anna Lubitz

Anna Lubitz manages to look put together and professional even on a Saturday morning.  While most Stony Brook students meander their way into Starbucks wearing their most comfortable sweats, Lubitz wears a blazer in Seawolves red and is enthusiastic and upbeat... Read More
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S.P.A vs. S.P.A

By Nick Batson and Jodie Mann A huge challenge faced by any event planner, like the director of Stony Brook University’s Special Programming Agency, is managing to find the time and space appropriate for any event. Jackie Cowles, this year’s SPA director... Read More
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A S.A.B Story

By Nick Statt and Carol Moran The Student Activities Board, the Undergraduate Student Government agency responsible for putting on large-scale campus events, has approximately $110,000 still unspent this year--even after the $215,000 allocated for the end o... Read More
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Festival of the Moving Body

The Festival of the Moving Body, held March 16 and 17 in the Wang Center, brought together over 100 people from all over the world and from different professions interested in the field of movement and its positive effects on the human body. From dance instruc... Read More