Three-hundred-and-fifty kids bared their teeth at Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine’s 11th annual “Give Kids a Smile Day.” The four hour event, held Feb. 1 for children
Stony Brook University’s Faculty Student Association Board of Directors (FSA) has approved the Campus Dining Resolutions Committee’s 2012-2013 meal plan proposal which will
Shaun Harper, a faculty member of the Graduate School of Education, Africana Studies, and Gender Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, encouraged the revival of black
Stony Brook Compliments stepped out of the Facebook world and into the real one on Feb. 1, 2013, to thank and recognize Zamir, a dedicated and loved Dunkin Donuts worker, on
What happened on campus this week, according to the university police.
The first Undergraduate Student Government Senate meeting for the spring semester revealed that applications are being accepted for seats of College of Arts and Sciences
Students who use Stony Brook University’s health insurance returned this semester to see a 27 percent increase on their bill.
Over the past couple of weeks, a clump of crucial U.S. senators and President Barack Obama have been moving toward putting forward a set of policies with the goal of reforming
Getting sick in college is never fun. In addition to fever, chills, nausea, congestion, coughing and the multitude of other symptoms you may experience, missed classes, social
It wasn’t the frenzied pandemic of 2009’s swine influenza, but a severe 2012-2013 flu season had New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo declare a public health emergency in New