Eric Olsen left the big leagues of the Big Apple almost two years ago, but the relics of his almost 22 years there still reside in his Stony Brook office. Impressive plaques
Dear Mr. Bieber (Can I call you Justin?), Being an entitled jerk can be fun. Trust me, I vaguely remember being two. That whole “mine” phase, I am sure, was enthralling.
Dec. 5, 2013 A Florida-based animal rights organization filed a lawsuit against Stony Brook University on behalf of two chimpanzees being used for research by the Department
As the Undergraduate Student Government looks ahead for the coming semester, or, as President Hussain named it, “After Party Round 2,” the administration hopes to still focus
A team of researchers at Stony Brook University, led by professor of theoretical crystallography Dr. Artem Oganov, found compelling evidence that redefines fundamental rules
Dr. Neelima Sehgal, an assistant professor in the department of Physics and Astronomy, wants to understand the earliest moments of the universe. Specifically, she wants to
The game of college basketball is defined by how a team fights its toughest battles. Where baseball is decided by series and football is decided by fickle bowl selections,
With the opening of the new lawmaking session in Albany this month, legislation banning tobacco on State University of New York campuses can again be taken up for vote.
On Thursday, Dec. 19, two male students were referred after staff at Schick College found a stop sign in their room. Staff members also found two sign poles in the second
WASHINGTON – Troy Simon grew up poor in New Orleans. He could not read until he was 14. But with a little help, he is now a student at Bard College in New York—and got to