Dr. Michael E. Mann, a prominent climate scientist, geophysicist and professor of atmospheric science at Pennsylvania State University, came to Stony Brook University’s
The Red Hot Career Closet and Mentoring Program provides clothing and mentoring to students from low-income families for interviews, internships or their first work experience
The Stony Brook English Pal, a program that matches international students with English speakers to provide them with a chance to meet, interact and practice their language
As students looped around in assembly lines, they placed pamphlets providing guidance, a cloth towel, toiletries, cosmetic kits, deodorant, tissues, writing utensils and a
The Center for Civic Justice held a community dialogue on the topic of divided government on Monday, Feb. 25. Students, faculty and staff discussed some of the ways in which
A team of Stony Brook students designed an app that can help improve quality of life for people with ALS and other neuromuscular diseases.
All majors should be treated with equal respect and be given the same opportunities.
Founded in 1993, the Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) honors program has drawn in more female high school graduates who have a demonstrated aptitude and interest in
Naila Amin never got to experience childhood. She was engaged to her cousin at eight years old, married by age 13 and repeatedly raped by her husband until she was 15.
The Market at West Side Dining reopened on Nov. 25 after being closed for renovations all semester.