Kaufman’s non-profit charity, Nobody Starves on Long Island, was founded in 2012 and became 501c3 certified two months ago.
If we spend most of our waking hours online, isn’t it time we ought to be able to vote online, too?
Beware! In one night, Oct. 28, two residential quads, Roth and Tabler, are hosting their own events dedicated to all things Halloween.
At 1:22 p.m., the students dropped to the ground for a total of 10 minutes. Many held hands in a show of unity.
Seawolves Town in the Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium parking lot was the home of traditional pre-homecoming game tailgating and alumni festivities on Saturday.
Danielle "Danni" Kemp, a 19-year-old Stony Brook Softball player, is undergoing treatment for an inoperable, cancerous brain tumor.
A small group of disgruntled students gathered outside of West Side Dining during Campus Life Time this past Wednesday to protest the new “swipe to enter” meal plan.
Each machine now costs $1.40 to use as opposed to last year’s $1.75.
Over the summer, many changes to the meal plans and dining options occurred in hopes of improving the dining experience, but some students aren't so happy about them.
The Commas will be the opening act at Back to the Brook this semester.