As the 2016-17 women’s basketball season approaches, the team looks to move on after losing its star player to graduation.
The crowd is gone. The confetti is all swept up. All that remains of the championship team is a lone starter and a bevy of back ups.
It’s so easy, in a pressure cooker school like Stony Brook, to feel depressed, pessimistic and gross when these grades show up on our Blackboard and stare at us.
The Seawolves were able to take the Stags to five sets, but they were not able to capitalize on their early lead. The Stags won the final two sets to end the game, 3-2.
The No. 1 seeded Stony Brook men’s soccer team was unable to reach the finals of the America East Tournament after falling to No. 5 seed Hartford, 2-1, on Wednesday night.
Although Election Day had everyone on their feet, the Political Portraits Wine and Cheese Reception at Toast Coffeehouse gave people a new way of looking at politicians.