John H. Marburger III, Stony Brook University’s third president and physics professor who advised against the construction of Shoreham Nuclear Power Plant proposal and White House Office of Science and…
I find it incredibly disheartening that less than one year after the Undergraduate Student Government sought, and failed, to flex its non-existent pectoral muscles by cutting The Statesman’s budget, it…
With under a minute left in the game, both the Liberty Flames and the Seawolves marched up the field from their own territories and scored to put themselves in position for the Big South championship. However, once time expired, Stony Brook triumphed.
‘ Addressing the University Senate Monday afternoon, Stony Brook’s fifth president projected his vision for the campus, international expansion and what role this educational center will play in the SUNY system.
On a crawl that spanned six pubs and two bars in less than nine hours, Gregory Cohen, a Stony Brook University graduate student, knew he had made the right decision in going to London over winter recess. Head spinning, bleary-eyed, and hungry, Cohen headed back to his hotel and, like most hung-over students, awoke early to study Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales the next morning.
With the Democratic and Republican parties scrambling to sway voters as Election Day inches closer, some of the buzz is stirring around the youth vote and how decisive it could be in determining the next president of the United States
The Bigger Better Bottle Bill, which would have expanded five-cent refundable deposits on beverage containers to water bottles and other non-carbonated beverages, was not included in the finalized state budget put out on Apr. 9 despite student activists’ lobbying efforts.