The comedy stage show “Celebrity Autobiography” was a smash hit.
The Community Garden focuses on the topic of anti-Semitism. Four Stony Brook students share their experiences in receiving anti-Semitic prejudice.
The “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” is a dark and twisted take on the beloved Archie Comics.
Wicca is a religion that many people have heard of, yet so few outside it understand.
The Faculty Exhibition at the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery opened on Wednesday, Oct. 17 with a variety of media and works of art from faculty members who are also recognized
Navratri, a nine-day-long festival, is celebrated in honor of the Hindu Goddess Durga.
The musical had its New York City premiere in 1965 at the ANTA Washington Square Theatre in Greenwich Village before moving uptown to Broadway’s Martin Beck Theatre in 1968.
Professor of Music, Cello and Chamber Music Colin Carr is the artistic director of the “Starry Nights” programs at the Staller Center for the Arts. The program is
For Leffhalm, pageants are about a lot more than physical beauty — they’re a platform to present a message.
Rumors have been circulating since the start of the semester that Back to the Brook was canceled and on Thursday, Oct. 18 they were confirmed.