Voting is set to open this week, including the vote on whether or not the Student Activity Fee should be kept mandatory. A lot of students don’t know just how important this is for the University and campus. The Student Activity Fee benefits students, not, as too many people think, “the people who just join clubs.”
Stony Brook’s new theatrical production, a contemporary update of Aphra Behn’s The Rover, is enchanting, yet often perplexing. Directed by Paul Kassel, The Rover adapts a17th century storyline, which takes place at a carnival in Italy, toa 21st century setting during Mardi Gras in New Orleans.
The Provost Global Issues Series continued last Wednesday with Anthony Lewis’#146;slecture, ‘America Struggles with Freedom.’ Lewis, a Harvard Law graduateand Pulitzer prize-winning journalist, started the speech by expressing hispleasure to…
The Provost Global Issues Lecture series continued last week with Dr. Daniel Pipes, a renowned columnist for both the New York Post and Jerusalem Post. He is recognized as one of the leading scholars on the Middle East. Sponsored by Hillel, the lecture began with a rundown of Dr. Pipe’s extensive list of accomplishments and qualifications, not the least of which was a PhD in History from Harvard