“Weak oversight of hazardous materials could jeopardize the health and safety of students and campus communities,” Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli stated in a press release.
After founding and leading the School of Journalism for 12 years, the 72-year-old announced that this semester would be his last as dean in a Sept. 26 email sent out to the
His teammates considered him a brother and a friend who spread beautiful, unequivocal love.
As New Yorkers begin the 2018 holiday shopping season, the State Division of Consumer Protection released a list on Nov. 20 with alerts warning consumers to be cautious for
Naila Amin never got to experience childhood. She was engaged to her cousin at eight years old, married by age 13 and repeatedly raped by her husband until she was 15.
A GoFundMe fundraiser has been started for the family of freshman Noah Farrelly, the Stony Brook University student athlete who is in critical condition after being struck by
Foreign correspondents Lindsey Hilsum and Anne Barnard discussed news coverage of the conflict in Syria and the life of war reporter Marie Colvin on Tuesday, Dec. 4 as part of
Tuesday, Dec. 4 at 10:50 a.m., a male jogger crossing against the light at the intersection of Health Sciences Drive and southbound Nicolls Road was struck by a 2018 Dodge
Stony Brook University has partnered with Gilbane Building Company to develop a 500 unit on-campus housing complex located between the LIRR station and Kenneth P. LaValle