It was a night of Beethoven and Bach when the Staller Center welcomed the Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra on Saturday, March 28, on the Staller Center’s Main Stage at 8 p.m..
Stony Brook baseball used great starting pitching performances from Tyler Honahan and Daniel Zamora to take two games of a three-game set with the UMass Lowell River Hawks.
Director Robert Schwentke’s “Insurgent”’ had adolescents and action movie-lovers glued to their seats with the impressive cast performances and action-packed scenes.
In honor the recently-passed St. Patty’s Day, this week’s College gal cooking is a cheesy twist on a classic dish.
On Wednesday, Adrian Coxson and other Stony Brook football players will have the opportunity of a lifetime to prove themselves: Pro Day.
While Mother Nature made it snow on a frigid Saturday afternoon, Dorrien Van Dyke and company made it rain goals against the visiting Oregon Ducks.
After falling behind 3-1 to start the game, the Seawolves came back to beat the Vermont Catamounts in Burlington, Vermont 21-12.
Professor Marc Fasanella has started a monthly lecture series for the Hampton Bays Civic Association called “Downtown Hampton Bays: Its Future, Present, and Past.”
The number of security cameras on campus has increased as part of a prolonged effort to deter crime, according to a Stony Brook University Senate report.
Yacov A. Shamash’s successful funding efforts helped establish the civil engineering program at Stony Brook University in 2012.