“I am simply happy, and filled with love and gratitude,” Nganang said. “I would have been in jail today, and now I’m seeing my daughter play. I can’t believe it.”
Stony Brook Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature professor Patrice Nganang was released from prison in Cameroon by a court decision on Wednesday, Dec. 27, multiple
Fernandez, a senior psychology major, took issue with the fact that these surveys did not evaluate students’ awareness of available resources. She also criticized CAPS for not
The Climate Reality Project, a nonprofit working to solve global climate change, hopes to end the fossil fuel industry’s decades-long presence on Stony Brook University’s
Stony Brook Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature Professor Patrice Nganang was detained in Cameroon Wednesday.
On Sept. 27, 42 Stony Brook professors with “Distinguished Faculty Rank” — the highest honor one can achieve in the SUNY system — sent a letter to SUNY Chancellor Kristina M.
During his visit, Gershon repeatedly stated that the bill is not a tax cut for the middle class. “If you want a middle class tax cut, let’s have a middle class tax cut. But
The group’s mission is twofold – to advocate that students with disabilities have access to necessary resources and to help destigmatize mental illness.
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