The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) held its fifth annual Light the Brook event on Thursday, Nov. 10. During Light the Brook, lampposts and trees in the Academic Mall are lit up with fairy lights, marking the start of the holiday season.
With 2022 midterm elections swiftly approaching, Stony Brook University is ramping up its efforts to promote voter participation among students.
Seawolves are no exception to the trend of high voter participation nationwide, as the university continues to emphasize voting for elections both on and off campus.
The 33rd annual Roth Regatta took place on April 29, with the theme “Sands of Time.” Boats ranged in theme from Noah’s Ark to the Titanic, with multiple magic school buses, a Shrek-themed boat and even an army-style tank manned by ROTC students.
After two years of virtual events and performances, USG announced the lineup at this year’s in-person Brookfest concert during the USG Block Party. Gunna will be the headliner for the spring 2022 Brookfest concert held on April 21.
Stony Brook University students will vote for next year’s Undergraduate Student Government Executive Council from April 4 to April 8 at 12 p.m. on SBEngaged. Students will also vote on making the student activity fee (SAF) optional or mandatory.
Three Stony Brook juniors will present to the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) about a transparency need in Stony Brook’s waste and recycling programs, using results from a survey they conducted this past fall.
“For a lot of international students or students who have a history from other countries around the world, they’re living here and they don’t get to see their family as often. Now they get to bring that part of their culture and show it off as well.”