Considering the most common criticism of the major — “What can you do in the real world with a philosophy degree?” — I have a lot of clearing up to do.
Recently, I had one of those sports thrills that don’t happen often. But when they do, they are very memorable.
Students came to the “A Night on Brookway” event on March 23 to donate to the Broadway Cares fundraising organization, and to enjoy some Broadway entertainment.
Writer Andrew Goldstein spent spring break visiting the world of Roald Dahl. Over the course of the week, Goldstein read 12 of Dahl's novels and both of his autobiographies.
Upsetting audiences and music lovers across Long Island, the philharmonic will stop performing after 36 years of concerts loved by the community.
Stony Brook Men’s and Women’s Tennis teams won their first conference matches of the season as both teams edged out UMBC, 4-3, in Baltimore on Saturday.
This may bring in a little more business if people want a coffee-shop-feel in a place where they can get alcohol, but Starbucks does not need to be the place for this.
Stony Brook Baseball gave up a two-run lead to a three-run eighth inning by Creighton on Friday, losing 5-4 after leading for the majority of the matchup.
The Seawolves began conference play in Baltimore over the weekend, taking down the UMBC Retrievers two games to one in a three-game series.
No. 8 Stanford entered Saturday afternoon’s women’s lacrosse game allowing just 7.7 goals per game this season. In the first half alone, No. 12 Stony Brook scored 13 goals.