The numbers are staggering. In just two years, over 100,000 people have been killed. There are two million refugees, half of them being children. Currently, one-third of the
On May 1, Stony Brook students reenacted the decade of social protest and counterrevolution, better known as the 1960s. Students enrolled in Professor Robert Chase’s “The
The chances of seeing or hearing of Danielle Klupenger around campus in her past four years as a student here are not unlikely. Many may know Klupenger as the guard on the
The issue of gun control, which is rising in national prominence, took the stage here at Stony Brook University on Tuesday, April 9, when the Young Americans for Freedom,
20 years ago, when David Kilmnick was a graduate student here at Stony Brook University, his decision to do his master’s project in social work was,regardless of the
The Information Technology department (DoIT) now has something in common with the technology giants of Facebook, Google and Microsoft: it has gone mobile.
Fire fighters responded to the Smith Haven Mall in Lake Grove, N.Y. because more than 25 stores had leaks in their roofs.