Grocery shopping is becoming a challenge as officials urge millions of New Yorkers to stay indoors during the coronavirus pandemic. But a Brooklyn-based nonprofit, People In Need (PIN), has become a helping hand for those who aren’t able to leave their homes.
On March 11, hundreds of Stony Brook students protested in front of the Administration building, demanding answers from the board that has been silent.
Hundreds of students crowded around the fountain to voice their concerns and chant, “Send us home, pay us back” and “Coronavirus in the air, administration doesn’t care.”
Conrad Noronha, a student at Columbia Law School, and his friends were discussing the politics and the protests in India when they decided they wanted to raise their voices.
Sophomore marine vertebrate biology student Sydney Bell was recently recognized by the Long Island Business News’ 30 Under 30 list. Bell created her nonprofit Tidal Tees Apparel, which…
SB 206, also known as the Fair Pay to Play Act, would radically alter long-standing amateurism laws by allowing college athletes to be paid for their name, image and likeness and enabling them to sign endorsement deals.
How immigration is handled at the southern United States border can impact every corner of the country. Long Island was recently reminded of this.
The Center for the Study of Inequalities, Social Justice & Policy Director Christopher Sellers says his program is facing a shutdown because of budget cuts.