The event, organized by the Humanities Institute, was directed at combating the reversal of the Obama-era initiative, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA.
Ardit Piroli, a senior psychology and applied mathematics and statistics double major, was asked to open as a DJ instead.
The university’s subscription to Lynda.com ended on July 8, 2017, after a series of surveys conducted by TLT reported that only two to six percent of students actually used
Five tenure-track positions in the College of Arts and Sciences have been eliminated in response to university-wide budget cuts.
LGBTQ* Services has secured a multipurpose workspace on the second floor of West Side Dining to serve as a safe space for all students.
The new “ID Card Replacement Policy” will allow Stony Brook University students, faculty and staff members who would like to change their legal names on campus ID cards due to
President Samuel L. Stanley, Jr. and other top administrators met with the University Senate on Monday to discuss a plan to balance Stony Brook’s nearly $35 million deficit
Assistant Chief of Police and the Director of Campus Emergency Management Lawrence Zacarese came out on top against State Senator Philip Boyle in the Republican primary for
The start of the semester at Stony Brook University brought with it the largest group of students to move into gender-inclusive housing in the program’s 10 years of existence.