Mystery and murder filled the air in SAC Ballroom B as Stony Brook University’s Weekend Life Council and Pocket Theater joined forces to bring this year’s Murder Mystery Dinner, called You Have the Right to Remain Dead, to campus.
Two artists recently visited the Charles B. Wang center to celebrate their latest art exhibitions. Corky Lee and Chee Wang Ng each had their own exhibition on the display in the Wang Center. On Wednesday, April 17, a reception was held for them where they both spoke about their works.
The Staller Center at Stony Brook University is home to approximately 500 shows per year. There is something new to see nearly every weekend, and with so many shows coming and going, the sets need to be changed, the stage needs to be readied and the lights need to be set
Jackie Robinson’s impact is one we still experience today, whether from the questions about race and action his work raised; the eternal retirement of his number 42, or The Jackie Robinson Foundation and scholarship, which one Stony Brook student, senior Linnetta De La Cruz, receives.
Stony Brook’s own Emerson String Quartet has been labeled “America’s greatest quartet” by Time magazine. Its members have been recognized for their ability to perform at a high level, their technical mastery and for their ability to exhibit a great deal of creativity.