The CNBC Republican presidential debate on Oct. 28 was contentious, poorly managed and ineffectively moderated, said Stony Brook political science professor Leonie Huddy.
Race relations was also the subject of Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education Charles Robbins’ interview of Charles Blow, and his open Q&A with students afterward.
Leonie Huddy spoke on the issues concerning SBU students illustrated at the Democratic presidential debate on Oct. 13, 2015 and analyzed which candidates performed best.
Investigative journalist and family issues expert Josh Levs spoke at SBU about the negative portrayal of fatherhood by the news media and its impact on gender politics.
In the final part of the SUNY Korea gallery, Stony Brook students visit the DDP in Seoul as well as the Korean DMZ, the most heavily militarized national border in the world.
The Stony Brook University Center for Korean Studies is now offering the first Korean Teacher Certification program in the United States.
Stony Brook jumpstarts its football home-game season with an overwhelming victory against CCSU. Check out our gallery of the events before and during the game.
Each year, Stony Brook University honors 21 alumni who passed away during the 9/11 attacks. This morning, students shared their experiences with The Statesman.
Take a look as the Study Abroad program visits the cultural attractions of the Korean Folk Village and marvels at technological advancements in the Samsung Innovation Museum.
You may have seen an earlier gallery of Stony Brook University’s Study Abroad program at SUNY Korea, but that was not all the campus had to offer.