As Ebola virus crisis continues to develop, Stony Brook University President Samuel L. Stanley, the chair of the National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity, spoke of the
On Monday, Aug. 18, an individual was found in possession of three bags of heroin and eight hypodermic needles. This resulted in an arrest at the University Hospital. On
The development of cancer and the development of an embryo seem to be two different processes, but researchers at Stony Brook University have found parallels between the
This year, according to Newsday, around 200 incoming freshman will dorm at a Dowling College dormitory, due to the university accepting more students than it can find rooming
The MCAT, an exam that is administered by the Association of American Medical Colleges to assess medical school applicants, will undergo changes to make it a longer exam that
A quick glance at incoming students will prove that Stony Brook’s administration has directed greater effort toward promoting diversity by accepting more international
Four new Wolf Ride Bike Share stations have been installed on campus this summer alone, bringing the total number of stations to eight and the number of available bikes to 60.
As the fall semester officially goes into full swing, many familiar sights and things will return once again.
It has taken society by storm. Yes, it seems the whole United States is in participating in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Some are singing the challenge’s praises while others
The Undergraduate Student Government senate passed a last minute addition to the agenda Thursday evening: an act that creates a procedure for appointing undergraduates to