Edward Quinn, who won the president and delegate position with 460 votes out of 698 total tallied, said the coalition accomplished their goal of getting more people to vote.
For years, UUP elections on the Stony Brook campus have been fairly uncompetitive. But this time around, a group of candidates called the Coalition for Union Reform &
Around half a dozen graduate teaching and research assistants stood at the fountain on Saturday, April 6 to voice their dissatisfaction with recent student fee increases.
More than half a dozen candidates running for Undergraduate Student Government positions presented their initiatives and platforms on Tuesday, March 26 in the Student
Dressed in a harvest-gold, damask-patterned sherwani – a coat-like lengthy garment common in India – President of the India Association of Long Island, Lalit Aery, zipped
Open mic nights, writing sprints, workshops and other literary events were among the many things the first few creative writing major students eagerly pitched to the faculty.
Foreign correspondents Lindsey Hilsum and Anne Barnard discussed news coverage of the conflict in Syria and the life of war reporter Marie Colvin on Tuesday, Dec. 4 as part of
Tuesday, Dec. 4 at 10:50 a.m., a male jogger crossing against the light at the intersection of Health Sciences Drive and southbound Nicolls Road was struck by a 2018 Dodge
Stony Brook University held a two-day symposium this week in honor of Amiri Baraka for its 50th anniversary celebration.
President Stanley talks graduation rates and sensitivity training at 2018 State of the University Address
Stanley said the university will advocate for a fiscal solution, but won’t be able to solve everything on its own, and that issues around state allocation and potential