The Statesman caught up with the seniors of the Stony Brook Women's Basketball team to talk about how they are preparing for the team's upcoming season.
Right in your backyard, your trees are being strangled. And right in your university, people are doing something about it.
Stony Brook students, faculty, and administrators linked arms outside both the SAC and the Administration building in recognition of the University of Missouri protests.
In her first semester at Stony Brook, registered dietitian Stephanie May has put in effort to improve students' diets.
Jameel and I and Ray know what’s at stake. We gotta finish what we started.
I came to Stony Brook because I believed in the vision of the women’s basketball program and I wanted the opportunity to be a part of something bigger than myself.
We Christians have had our beliefs spat upon for decades because of that whole “separation of church and state” and “basic human rights” nonsense.
The demonstration started at the Student Activities Center and students made their way toward the Administration Building, chanting “Black Lives Matter.”