Sunday night, clouds of smoke floated above the crowd in The Paramount, enveloped in the smell of marijuana and God-knows what else. It was a sign: the Zombies were coming.
When asked about the safety of visiting these locations, Cardinuto said, “You never know. There is a possibility that something could follow you home.”
The nationally acclaimed courtroom drama “Defamation” is coming to Stony Brook with a twist: the outcome is in the hands of the audience.
Chris Vakoc, a biomedical scientist from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, sat down with journalism professor Graham Chedd as a part of the Science on Tap series at the Stony
The University Café will soon trade in its secluded location at the side of the Student Union for a more visible spot on campus, the Student Activities Center.
“With his good eye, I want him to wink at me,” Andrea Mendes, a junior health science major who was at the front of the line, said about Fetty Wap.
Undergraduate Student Government announced Saturday evening that Fetty Wap and RL Grime will perform at Back to the Brook.
Anonymous and audacious, this feminist artist group has been crossing lines to battle social issues in the art world and beyond since 1985.
The Stony Brook Film Festival, which will run July 21 through 30, is set to showcase independent international features for the 21st consecutive year.