All 11 games on the Seawolves’ schedule were wiped on July 17, when the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) announced that it was suspending the fall football season, with the intent to play in spring 2021 instead.
The NCAA instituted a ban on in-person recruiting in March and has extended the ban on a monthly basis. Other subsequent rulings have left coaches and administrators trying to hit a moving target while they attempt to do their jobs.
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…
Minal Chawla is a junior health science major who found ways to keep busy and stay happy while in quarantine. From self-care to Zoom sessions, Chawla recounts how she made her stay-in summer memorable.
The Stony Brook Volunteer Ambulance Corps (SBVAC), the university’s collegiate emergency medical services (EMS) agency founded in 1970, is made up of 39 trained student volunteers. The organization, which usually responds to 900-1000 calls a year, including helping overwhelmed local EMS, became essential workers in a global health crisis.
Today on the Weekly Wrap Up, editors give an overview of The Statesman’s The Statesman’s COVID-19 issue. Hear about news on new restrictions, how students adjust to mask requirements and an opinion from a student on science literacy in regards to COVID-19.
Clubs and organizations thrive on interaction, community and events, all of which are a vital part of campus life. However, they are now forced to adapt to a remote experience and limited funds in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.