As this semester comes to a close I ask professors: Can you please trust me to be mature about your class and others?
We are exposed to so much noise both metaphorical and real that even on long, scheduled breaks we may be just as busy as when we are at work or school.
Of course it would be nice to get more reading days, but the purpose of finals week is to have full days to study and take tests anyway. More reading days wouldn’t help;
I wonder, if the current 136,000 alums of Stony Brook were given an opportunity to invest in their college and by extension their future selves as Alumni while they were still
This weekend saw a blistering condemnation from the GSO and the USG in a joint statement that discussed the impact of tax reforms the affordability of higher education if this
This Friday, Dec. 8, is Pretend to be a Time Traveler Day and it was a blast. Now that I am back from the future, I thought I would give some advice on how to spend the day.
No amount of scruff can ever cover your insecurities.
A day of metanoia might be in order. A day of reflection, learning, sharing and transformation focused around important issues confronting our Stony Brook community.
It’s not all bad. I enjoy holidays. But we need to set some ground rules to keep these holidays fun and not turn them into a month of social landmines.