The French film, “Lola and Her Brothers,” directed by Jean-Paul Rouve, closed the 10-day Stony Brook Film Festival on Saturday night, July 28.
Dr. Justin R. Stolarik was officially hired as the new Stony Brook University Athletic Bands director on June 27.
Sara Bareilles’ new album, “Amidst the Chaos,” can sound monotone and certain songs almost blend into each other, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth a listen.
At an Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate meeting on Thursday, March 14, Dean of Students, Richard Gatteau, said the university is proposing to raise fees from
Although they all have very different approaches to their music, these artists will bring an energetic night of music for all to enjoy.
The new Jasmine Market has been open and ready for business since the first day of classes this semester for students to stop by and shop.
When I came to this country, being an immigrant was something to be proud of. It takes hard work and sacrifice to start a new life in a different country, and that should
The “My Life As” speaker series, ran by the School of Journalism at Stony Brook University, has given students and faculty the opportunity to benefit from the experiences
Musical biopic film “Bohemian Rhapsody” brings Queen to a new generation while still staying true to original fans. The film grossed over $500 million worldwide since its Nov.
Before the priests of the Vincentian Congregation were sent to the East End, there weren’t any masses in Spanish anywhere in the area.