The Stony Brook University softball team began their season months after practicing under COVID-19 safety protocols. Watch players explain their experiences and their hopes for the season after the last spring season abruptly ended because of the pandemic.
Oreoluwa Adewale, president of the Stony Brook chapter of the NAACP, and Sarah Beckford, Black Student Union historian, discuss Black History Month at Stony Brook University and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Shawn Heilbron discusses plans in a video interview to keep athletes and coaches safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Basketball season starts on Nov. 25, which will be the first time a Stony Brook team has played since March.
Two organizations, the Stony Brook Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and the Black Student Athlete Huddle, organized a Black Lives Matter rally on Wednesday, Oct. 21.
Stony Brook Volunteer Ambulance Corps’ (SBVAC) president, Nikhil Bamarajpet, and Chief of Operations, Zachary Davidson, talk about their experiences working as emergency medical service (EMS) volunteers throughout the pandemic. SBVAC…