SBU needs the fee because it funds the clubs/organizations and events that make SBU what it is. It provides support to organizations that bring the community together.
Recently, I had one of those sports thrills that don’t happen often. But when they do, they are very memorable.
I saw an email from you on Thursday saying that residents could move in on Friday. There was a little problem: You sent me that email at 9:41 p.m.
It certainly would be nice to know why the Administration finds this particular bit of unreasonable prohibitionism so incredibly necessary.
It is important to explain why scientists believe that this kind of regulated specimen collection is not only justified, but ultimately beneficial to the species themselves.
Granted, I understand Stony Brook's need to grow with student population, faculty and staff. Don't you think the accommodations should reflect that as well?
Letter to the Editor: After SBU-hosted debate, Atheist and Christian team up to “defend free speech”
"It’s not often an atheist and a Christian...can be brought into agreement by a group in the audience. But the GQA at SBU has managed to do that."
On Wednesday, April 22, 2015, I walked out of the notorious David Horowitz event on the brink of pulling out my hair in frustration.
We at the Stony Brook University Graduate Queer Alliance (GQA) believe that a university should provide an open forum for controversial ideas to be discussed and debated.
The 40th Anniversary Celebration was a huge moment in history for the LGBTQ* community at Stony Brook University and one The Statesman should have prioritized.