Kaufman’s non-profit charity, Nobody Starves on Long Island, was founded in 2012 and became 501c3 certified two months ago.
Dec. 1 is also World AIDS Day, a day to come together in the fight against HIV/AIDS around the world, and Stony Brook helped students on campus became a part of it.
Stony Brook has allocated between $750,000 and $1 million in funding for the new Equity, Inclusion and Diversity Initiative, Stanley said.
Nearly 11 months after the Stony Brook University administration banned the use of all tobacco products on campus, students are starting to notice results.
Manari Kaji Ushigua, leader of the Sapara Nation in Ecuador visited Stony Brook to speak about the possibility of their land being sold by the government to drill for oil.
But Park and many Union Starbucks regulars won’t be able to relax at the iconic location after it officially closes on Nov. 29.
After spending four years as a foreign correspondent in Moscow, Russia, Corey Flintoff visited Stony Brook University to discuss Russian-American relations.
Dr. Safina's series explored the interconnectedness between animals and humans and their similarities in empathy, consciousness, self-awareness and imitation.
On a campus where Latinos make up 11 percent of the student body and blacks make up six percent, according to the university, some students applauded the decision.