But Park and many Union Starbucks regulars won’t be able to relax at the iconic location after it officially closes on Nov. 29.
Students strolling through the Charles B. Wang Center can see and learn how Korean society has evolved over the last few centuries with the current art installation.
A spate of recent thefts at the Campus Recreation Center has caused students and staff to become more vigilant and cautious than ever.
The event was the first session of a five-part series of panels and debates meant to highlight key issues of the election.
A small group of disgruntled students gathered outside of West Side Dining during Campus Life Time this past Wednesday to protest the new “swipe to enter” meal plan.
Wolfieland, the Undergraduate Student Government’s newest event, will be the first large-scale carnival to come to Stony Brook University on Sep. 10 from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m..
Stony Brook head coach Megan Bryant’s team lost the second game 6-2, splitting its doubleheader with Maine.
Stony Brook University united 26 State University of New York campuses at the Charles B. Wang Center for a two-day exploration on how to tackle gender inequality.
Around 60 students came out to the free showing of “Creed,” hosted by the Weekend Life Council this weekend at the Student Activities Center.
Is it true that people have to be jerks to succeed?