Stony Brook Baseball was unable to contain Binghamton's lineup that erupted to score 20 runs on the weekend, resulting in a sweep of the Seawolves.
SBU Softball locked in a No. 4 seed in the America East Championships after winning the first game and splitting the ensuing doubleheader in a three-game series versus Albany.
With the America East Women's Lacrosse Championship on the line, freshman midfielder Kasey Mitchell had a free-position chance to win the game at the buzzer.
The women poured in 44 points from the field events, combining with 67 points from the track events to end the championship in fourth place with 111 points.
The Student New Works Festival showcased a litany of student created performances, culminating in nine original pieces all written and performed by SBU theatre arts majors.
Earlier this year, the New York Council on the Arts launched an interactive arts map, The New York Media Arts Map v3.
A memorial and candlelight vigil was held Saturday for Nicholas Holt, the Stony Brook freshman who died last month after he attended a party.
The Undergraduate Student Government senators debated changing the size of the Elections Board and impeached former Elections Board member Malik Archer.
With an emphasis on community outreach, this year’s Astrofest had dozens flocking to the Earth and Space Sciences building Thursday night.
Only about half of millennials say they are responsive to sustainability actions, according to a survey done by Nielsen Global Survey of Corporate Social Responsibility.