FMLA hosted a #MeToo march, giving Stony Brook students a chance to be part of the national movement that is bringing awareness to sexual assault and harassment.
College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Dean Sacha Kopp announced that he will leave his position on July 1 in an email sent out to faculty Monday morning.
In response to the Trump administration’s decision to revoke Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for beneficiaries from Haiti, Nicaragua and El Salvador, Long Island Immigrant
Hack@CEWIT 2018: IoT & Security, the second annual event of its kind, gathered around 150 students from across the country and abroad to code programs, solve challenges and
Hopi Hoekstra, Alexander Agassiz professor of zoology and curator of mammals in the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University, discussed scientist Charles Darwin,
Three language departments will be combined into one entity over the course of the 2017-18 academic year.
About a week into the semester, he changed his major to English. “I think it’s undoubtedly the most important decision of my life because that’s when I started thinking about
He said there is too much opinion in today’s journalism and talk shows, citing how the "The Sean Hannity Show" on Fox News and "The Rachel Maddow Show" on MSNBC are bad for
Stony Brook students and adjuncts rally to save adjunct jobs in the university's Writing and Rhetoric program on Wednesday, Nov. 15. Due to a budget deficit of $35 million,
As Stony Brook University moves forward with its plan to promote diversity and representation on campus, some are questioning how budget cuts could impact this initiative.