Giselle is a senior journalism major with a broadcast concentration. She joined The Statesman during her sophomore year and loves learning something new from each article she wrote. She likes spending time with her friends and family when she is not studying. While she hopes to secure a job with Vice in the near future, one of her dreams was to shoot video for National Geographic.
From the image to the colors, Toby Buonagurio plans everything in her work.
Buonagurio, the studio coordinator and sculpture director of Stony Brook’s Department of Art, is known for her colorful ceramic sculptures and innovative designs.
Every compliment or act of kindness is a small yet significant way to acknowledge an individual’s importance within a community. These gestures are not rewarding only for those being recognized but also for people like Daniel Ahmadizadeh, who show their appreciation.
While Spelman College cut its intercollegiate programs in the beginning of April to afford campus-wide wellness programs, Stony Brook University’s athletics and recreation fee show no signs of going down….
Mystery and murder filled the air in SAC Ballroom B as Stony Brook University’s Weekend Life Council and Pocket Theater joined forces to bring this year’s Murder Mystery Dinner, called You Have the Right to Remain Dead, to campus.