The passing of Queen Elizabeth II on Sept. 8, with her son King Charles III ascending the throne soon after, sparked discussions about the possibly oppressive legacy she has left behind. Though Queen Elizabeth’s reign was largely apolitical, the importance of the royal family is now being called under question.
On Sept. 21, transgender rights activist and model Aydian Dowling gave a presentation on his journey as a transgender man at the Charles B. Wang Center. The presentation conveyed Dowling’s experience of coming out as transgender.
On Wednesday Sept. 21st, the Commuter Student Association held a drive-in movie for all commuters showing Everything Everywhere All At Once in the South Parking Lot. The event started at 6:30 p.m with glow in the dark lawn games, including corn hole.
A study conducted by Stony Brook University researchers revealed that World Trade Center (WTC) responders with early-onset cognitive impairment may have a new form of dementia. The study included 99 WTC responders with an average age of 56.
Stony Brook’s annual Wolfieland carnival saw about 6,100 Seawolves arrive for a night full of rides, fun and food on Saturday, Sept. 10. The carnival was hosted by the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) in the SAC H parking lot from 4-11 p.m.
On Sunday, Sept. 18, Stony Brook University’s Center for Italian Studies hosted the Robert D. Cess Concorso d’Eleganza XVI on the Physics Building’s lawn area. The show drew a crowd of approximately 575 people.
As an ethical vegan and animal rights activist, Laura Streminsky told her TA that she does not feel comfortable dissecting any kind of animal. In response, Professor Marvin O’Neal challenged her core values.
On Aug. 22, the newly renovated Main Library SINC Site on the first floor of the Frank Melville Jr. Memorial Library opened for the fall 2022 semester. The SINC site now includes a public computer lab with both Windows and Mac desktop computers.