The Carol M. Baldwin Breast Care Center of the Stony Brook Cancer Center is taking mammography screenings on the move.
Ahead of Election Day on Tuesday, Nov. 6, The Statesman randomly surveyed 50 students around campus to get their take on this year’s midterm races.
A Manhattan federal judge filed an order to dismiss former Stony Brook student Sara Tubbs’ lawsuit against the university on Tuesday.
Frances Brisbane, Stony Brook’s vice president for Health Sciences Workforce Diversity, has pledged $1 million to the university to start a fund to benefit SBU custodial
Stony Brook University’s Hillel organization held a candlelight vigil on Monday, Oct. 29, in remembrance of the 11 people who lost their lives to an anti-Semitic attack in
One of the moons of Mars, Phobos. A recent study by researchers in Stony Brook’s Department of Geoscience found evidence that suggests Mars’ moons may have been
The Science Training & Research to Inform Decisions (STRIDE) program hosted a panel on the “Many Paths to Science” on Oct. 25 to introduce graduate students to industry
The three-hour Take Back collected over 51 pounds of pharmaceuticals from students, faculty and staff.
Stony Brook’s Red Watch Band (RWB) CARE Team received the Community Youth Leadership Award last month from the Caron Foundation, an organization aimed at transforming the
At least 100 students came together on Wednesday for the annual walk for domestic violence awareness, “Take a Stand/Walk With Me,” organized by the Center for Prevention and