Stony Brook Volleyball suffered a tough loss in five sets against New Hampshire on Sunday in Pritchard Gymnasium.
The season ends for the team, including the eight seniors and graduate and transfer students, who played their final game in a Stony Brook jersey Saturday night.
"A Number," a 2002 play written by Caryl Churchill exploring the repercussions of human cloning and humanity itself, opened at the Staller Center for the Arts on Nov. 2 to
The 33rd-minute goal, which sealed Stony Brook’s second-ever America East title, is arguably the highlight of senior forward Manuela Corcho’s college career.
The Stony Brook women’s swimming and diving team was defeated 172-58 in its third meet of the season against Siena College on Saturday.
Rising country artist Stephanie Quayle brought the backwoods to the Staller Center for the Arts’ Recital Hall on Friday night to promote her newest album, “Love the Way You
The show told the life story of Carlos Gardel, a singer, composer and actor known as the “Singing Thrush” of Argentina, whose energetic compositions helped spread the tango
After losing by a six-goal margin Friday night at LaHaye Ice Center in Lynchburg, Virginia, the Stony Brook hockey team powered back against the Liberty Flames for a 5-3 win
Scientists at Stony Brook University are developing a program that will help protect endangered marine species in northeastern states by predicting areas where they are at
After a year of serving Stony Brook students, starting this summer Amazon will no longer be the official campus bookstore retailer for the university.