As a celebration of the new fall term, students with chemistry classes were rewarded extra time off when an ammonia leak was discovered in the Chemistry Tower around 11 a.m.
Wondering why all the Coca-Cola machines on campus are empty? This is because, as of June 19, Stony Brook University has entered into a new ten-year exclusive contract with Pepsi.
The Roth Regatta is normally a time for cheers, cardboard, and getting wet in the pond. This year, however, the festivities were marked with sadness as Stony Brook lost a Seawolf. Stephen Roy Stakey collapsed while supporting his fellow Marching Bandmates as they rowed across the pond.
The United States Surgeon General protects America from fundamental germs, radical disease, and foreign viruses. With an army 6,000 strong, the Surgeon General liberates America’s health from the rock-wielding health hazard extremists.
Stony Brook made headlines in 1993 when Billy Joel donated his nine-foot, custom-built Baldwin grand piano after a pipe underneath the Staller Center burst and caused more than $4 million in damages, including two concert grand pianos.
Though Stony Brook was named 136th best university in the world out of 8,300 schools by the London Times Academic Supplement, the Graduate School has more reason to celebrate
A Stony Brook University graduate has invested his own time and money this semester to maintain a campus community fruit and vegetable garden located at the South P parking lot.
After over five years of fighting, over 4,000 American deaths and over 1,000,000 Iraqi deaths, students on campus remain active in stopping the illegal and immoral war in Iraq.