Despite outscoring Big East Conference team St. John’s in the second half, the Stony Brook men’s basketball team was unable to overcome an early deficit and fell to the Red Storm, 63-55.
Trying to collect its second straight win, the Stony Brook women’s basketball team made the short trip to Monmouth to take on the Hawks Wednesday night. But, despite having both forward Kirsten Jeter (Elmont, NY.) and guard Misha Horsey (Wyncote, PA.) both tally 10 points, the Seawolves dropped their fifth game of the season, 61-45.
A letter to the world champion golfer, currently embroiled in the biggest media storm of his career.
Pharmaceutical companies dump birth control pills and other hormones in the ocean to dispose of the waste. What has been happening as a result is the transformation of male sex organs from fertile to infertile and straight to intersex.
Feminism has made quite the journey since its spark was first ignited back in the nineteenth century. There has always been something to fight for, such as birthrights that are handed to men quite promptly but dangled over the heads of women.
‘ Throughout the myriad traversing of ‘love’ poetry, one can come across the starkly unique views of Billy Collins with his work ‘Aimless Love,’ and be refreshed with this author who brings something new to the craft.
By this time next year Waseque Qazi will not have a place to live.
Qazi, 21, a computer science major at Stony Brook University, will face eviction from on campus housing at the end of this academic year, in accordance with Stony Brook’s, ‘8-semester rule.’ The rule states that no student who enters as a freshman may live on campus for more than eight semesters-roughly four years-weighing heavily on Qazi who will not graduate on time.