Tie Dye. Homemade pottery. Bartending. All are things one can make or learn at Stony Brook’s Craft Center and ceramic studio. But that creative spark might not stay lit.
As Adolf Hitler's Nazi forces spread throughout 1940s Europe, a group of the best cryptographer's in Britain fought the war from inside a secret operations shed outside
Norm Goodman, Ph.D., has been teaching sociology at Stony Brook since 1964 and has served on the University Senate, a coalition of faculty committees that advise campus
“Canning Mao’s Mangoes.” “The Grace Lee Project.” It is no secret the Wang Center certainly stepped up its game this year when it comes to its events.
Five Knives is currently on the road with Icona Pop and Lowell on Reverb’s annual Campus Consciousness tour. The Statesman caught up with frontwoman Anna Worstell over the
While most college students are still asleep at 8 a.m., Victoria Massey is already awake and has been drilling for 45 minutes. She will be taking the floor soon.
The Office of the Provost Liaison and WUSB 90.1 sponsored a Fall Community Festival on Wednesday, complete with arts and crafts and inflatable obstacle courses.
University President Dr. Samuel L. Stanley Jr. and his Chief Deputy Edward Summers are at the helm of an initiative to potentially ban tobacco on all of Stony Brook’s
When Ardit Piroli walked onto Stony Brook campus for the first time last year, he almost immediately started looking for others who shared his passion for producing music.
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.