Caitlin Fisher-Reid is a PhD candidate in the Department of Ecology and Evolution whose dissertation on the evolutionary processes of the terrestrial woodland salamander will be significantly impacted should construction on the property begin before she completes her research in two years.
Sources within and familiar with the Undergraduate Student Government have confirmed that USG Treasurer Matt Anderson will be resigning from his position effective Thursday after the USG Senate passed articles of impeachment.
In the wake of New York State’s unfortunate (but also unsurprising) rejection of marriage equality, some Stony Brook students have called for the renaming of Kenneth P. LaValle stadium in[...]
When Stony Brook University President Samuel Stanley announced at a university senate meeting on October 5 that plans for an on-campus hotel would be moving forward, he became just the[...]
The Stony Brook campus severely lacks the activity that should be expected of a SUNY school under siege. Between budget cuts and tuition hikes, exploitative food contracts and private sector[...]
Part One of a Two Part Series Over the last few months, the most prevalent issue in the national political discussion has been President Obama’s crusade to reform our broken[...]
In 1968 Mexican civil society decided that it had had enough with the leadership that had followed the 1910 revolution. Exhausted by corrupt one-party rule and increasing neo-liberal reform, they[...]
The FPFVI (Frente Popular Francisco Villa Independiente) is a community based organization in Mexico City, a family of which I’ve been living with for the past week and a half[...]
“There is now mounting evidence that man and dinosaurs did indeed live on Earth at the same time.” – Liberty University Biology Department
Remember when you had those cool G.I. Joe figures with the realistic weapons and features and the badass army gear? Now, do you remember that year you were bad and you got a Stretch Armstrong doll for Christmas instead?