With the fervent buzz about the film “Amazing Spider-Man 2” dulling to a low hum, one pivotal scene in particular warrants closer examination into the two comic issues that
Dave Coley and Eric McAlister both signed professional contracts over the summer. Coley will go to Slovakia to play with BK Iskra Svit, while McAlister heads to Denmark to
The Stony Brook men’s soccer team does not seem to be an NCAA Tournament caliber club yet, but they will get the chance to see what one looks like up close multiple times
Hello freshman! You thought this day would never come, didn’t you? Well, it is here! You are finally in college, a place where all your academic dreams will come true.
Most Americans rarely perceive Lyme disease as a serious threat, mainly because the initial symptoms resemble those of the flu of other illnesses.
Getting involved on campus, behind studies, is possibly the single most effect way to develop in and become a part of the Stony Brook community.
PolyNova and Traverse Biosciences, two Stony Brook University biotechnology startup companies, have received matching grants of $50,000 from both Accelerate Long Island and
When freshmen apply for housing, they are divided into quads based on areas of interest called Undergraduate Colleges (UGCs). The purpose is to bring together students who
ZebraNet, an online job listing and recruiting system available through the Career Center’s webpage, is uniquely helpful to Stony Brook students.
Channeling one’s inner Bruce Lee is not cheap. It requires gloves, kicking pads and body guards. It is something that Stony Brook’s Martial Arts Association knows first-hand.