News covers SBU Cancer Center’s application for National Cancer Institute (NCI) designation. Arts recounts Me Too movement founder Tarana Burke’s speaking event for SBU students over Zoom. Opinions shares…
This week, News covers SBU’s recent decision to two guests per student at this year’s commencement ceremonies and the push from SUNY faculty to divest $8.42 billion in retirement funds from fossil fuel companies.
Edited by Tim Giorlando. News reports on the decision for Fall classes to be in-person, with residence halls near full capacity. Also covered is the Student Covid-19 vaccines on-campus, with the hold on second doses for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Editors cover USG election results and recent amendments to the constitution, USG’s meet and greet with actress Keke Palmer, a review of Lana Del Rey’s new album “Chemtrails over the Country Club” and the importance of college internships.
Editors discuss the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences’ goal to improve the Long Island Sound, algorithms to combat gerrymandering, Quelly Woo, tips on visual story telling, hardships of female journalists and foreign aid during the pandemic.
For the Sex and Relationships special issue, editors report on the body positivity movement, student’s experiences with eating disorders and diet culture, legislation for the welfare of the LGBTQ community in the military and the journey to self-love.
Editors discuss expansion for vaccine eligibility in New York State, how Stony Brook student organizations are responding to xenophobic attacks against the Asian community and Mark Cuban’s decision to cease playing the national anthem at Dallas Maverick basketball games.
Editors discuss a recent spike in Covid-19 cases amongst residential students, Professor Nancy Hollingsworth’s research on genetic cell mutations, the student mural “Reckoning” and toxic masculinity/fact checking on Facebook.