Cuomo’s support is an important step toward passing an extension of SUNY 2020, which is set to expire this spring and has been essential to SBU’s growth over the five years.
The Physics and Math buildings were evacuated after a fire on the third floor of the Math building set off alarms at 3:45 p.m. Classes in both buildings have been cancelled
Austin Hecker says of himself, “I’m the kind of athlete that doesn’t really stop.” True enough, considering the challenges he has overcome to compete with the Stony Brook
The Statesman created a spreadsheet sorted by percent changes in allocations. It shows which clubs and services received the most severe cuts and which received the largest
The story of Antigone, a tragedy written by Sophocles in 441 BC, is as relevant to students today as it was to Greeks 2,455 years ago, according to Jeanette Yew, director of
A panel of education experts and Long Island superintendents condemned the reform agenda of the New York State Board of Regents at an event held at Stony Brook’s Wang Center.
Though all forecasts pointed to rain, Stony Brook woke up to snow on Monday, March 31. SBU Transit service was suspended for two hours while roads were cleared, but classes
Sewage water flooded the Stony Brook Union basement last Wednesday evening after grease, likely from the Union Commons, clogged the sewer main outside the building.
In a campaign to support the state executive budget, a representative of the governor's cabinet gave a presentation at the Wang Center.
With the opening of the new lawmaking session in Albany this month, legislation banning tobacco on State University of New York campuses can again be taken up for vote.