In the 1980s, a Black professor at Stony Brook was the victim of a hate crime in her campus office. Forty-one years later, students and faculty members are reflecting on whether discrimination on campus has changed.
Not only did Stony Brook take away Chavez-Tubman parking, they also took away Mendelsohn, H Quad and free commuter parking, replacing it with commuter premium parking which requires a parking pass that students have to pay $112.50 per semester to use.
Stony Brook students, faculty and staff gathered in the Student Activities Center on Wednesday, March 9 from noon to 2 p.m. to donate supplies to Ukrainian refugees at a drive organized by Thomas Brinkley, a sophomore biology major.
On Tuesday, Sept. 7, Parking Services announced that residential parking zones five and seven will now be combined into one larger lot. The new zone now combines parking spaces in H, Mendelsohn, Chavez and Tubman communities.
The Stony Brook Environmental Club hosted a sustainable cooking demonstration in Tubman Hall on April 12 at 7 p.m. that showcased healthy and tasty recipes using ingredients most Americans usually waste.
Let studio art majors paint some walls or put up some sculptures in otherwise bland areas. It’d be cheap and easy to put up a few murals — definitely less costly to finance than a full-blown “Far Beyond” program.