Stony Brook will be represented when USA Hockey travels to Trentino, Italy for the 26th World University Games from Dec. 11-21.
As the fall semester winds down, so does the Undergraduate Student Government’s agenda. On Thursday, Nov. 14, the Senate met to debate the semester’s remaining legislation.
This Sunday night, the Stony Brook Seawolves basketball team faced their toughest test of the year, facing No. 23 Indiana at the Hoosiers' home. Indiana is one of the most
The Stony Brook Women’s Volleyball Team dropped three consecutive sets on Friday night, as they lost to Hartford 3-0 (25-22, 25-20, 25-20). The team has now dropped two
Sophomore Brittany Snow led the Seawolves in scoring for the second consecutive game with 15 points on Sunday. The Seawolves fell 78-40 to Iowa to fall to 2-2 on the young
The Seawolves defeated Providence 3-1 Sunday to get back into the America East Tournament. Stony Brook took the first set 25-19, fell 23-25 in the second set, and then won the
The Stony Brook football team had already been in this scenario multiple times this season. After playing a difficult CAA opponent tough for the majority of the game, the
As we quickly approach Oscar season, “12 Years a Slave” will be the film to talk about. It is a gut-wrenching film that forces its viewers to witness the horror of our
At this year’s Redefinition event, which occurred on Nov. 6 in Langmuir College, students “redefined” hurtful words that they identified by popping balloons full of paint on
With the holiday season rapidly approaching, it is important for video game consumers to know the key differences between this generation’s new consoles. On Nov. 15, Sony