Stony Brook Press | Neda Karimi
Viloria-Fisher is in the early stages of a House race in one of New York’s most conservative areas, the 1st Congressional District.
Stony Brook Press | Neda Karimi
Stony Brook Statesman | Virain Palta
Born into an aristocratic family in modern day Croatia, Stroke was only 13 when she first came face to face with the horrific realities of the second World War.
Brianne Ledda | Stony Brook Statesman
Researchers from Stony Brook, along with other universities, discovered over 1.5 million Adélie penguins in the Danger Islands near the edge of the Antarctic Peninsula.
Gary Ghayrat | Stony Brook Statesman
Members of the UUP have been without a fair contract since July of 2016. Salary increases, paid family leave, and on-call pay have been holding up contract negotiations.
Gregory Zarb | Stony Brook Statesman
Stony Brook Women’s Swimming and Diving Head Coach Janelle Atkinson has allegedly been fired from her position, less than a year after she was originally hired.
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The Traffic Signal Box Project is one of Huntington Public Art Initiative’s ventures, but the 10 other boxes scheduled to be painted this year may never be completed if the Town Board doesn’t renew the Initiative’s budget for 2018.
Stony Brook Statesman | Griffin Tokarski
Students, professors and club members rallied in the Frank Melville Library on Nov. 15 to protest recent job cuts. Nearly half of the Writing and Rhetoric program adjuncts were let go and will not return in the Spring 2018 semester.
Joseph Konig | Stony Brook Statesman
In an election in which over 270,000 people voted, only 1,354 votes separated Zacarese and his opponent, according to the Suffolk County Board of Elections.
Charles Scott | Stony Brook Statesman
Flyers plastered across campus urging onlookers to “stop anti-white discrimination” have sparked debate about free speech and diversity at Stony Brook University.
Nicola Shannon | Stony Brook Statesman
Suffolk County and Islip Town officials have issued want to develop 40 acres of vacant land and parking lots south of the Ronkonkoma train station.
Maria Cestero | Stony Brook Statesman
Hurricane Maria devastated the island of Puerto Rico, leaving many of its citizens without vital resources, including food, water, power and shelter.
Stony Brook Statesman
Vice President for Student Affairs Peter Baigent passed away on the morning of Sunday, Oct. 1, during a voluntary leave of absence.
Stony Brook Statesman
Stanley was forced to address grievances from faculty members who complained that impending cuts would contradict the university’s commitment to diversity in education.
Anna Correa | Stony Brook Statesman
Members of the Stony Brook community traveled almost 300 miles from campus to Washington D.C. on Earth Day, April 22 to speak out against federal budget cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency.
Mike Adams |Stony Brook Statesman
International correspondent Roy Gutman spoke to a small group of students about his coverage of the civil war and tragedy in Syria .
Taylor Ha |Stony Brook Statesman
These students didn’t hack computer systems in the traditional sense. Instead, they marshaled their computer science skills toward engineering innovative, useful software.
Mike Adams | Stony Brook Statesman
A crowd of over 1,000 gathered in the Staller Center on Feb. 23 to hear a candid conversation between Dean Baquet, the executive editor of The New York Times, and School of Journalism Dean Howard Schneider.
Michaela Kilgallen & Mahreen Khan |Stony Brook Statesman
University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. has said Stony Brook is considering adding citations for smoking on campus.
Antonia Brogna |Stony Brook Statesman
After spending four years as a foreign correspondent in Moscow, Russia, retired National Public Radio reporter Corey Flintoff visited Stony Brook University to discuss Russian-American relations.
Danielle DelGaudio | Stony Brook Press
It was history 108 years in the making. On the morning of Nov. 3, 2016, the Chicago Cubs won their first World Series title since 1908.
Jess Stoneburner | Stony Brook Statesman
The annual “Take a Stand, Walk with Me” march takes place every October for National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. It is organized by the Center for Prevention and Outreach, which aims to raise awareness about domestic violence.
Samantha Mercado | Stony Brook Press
With the coming of fall, back to school and Halloween on our heels, it’s easy to overlook Latino Heritage Month, which starts in the middle of September and ends in the middle of October.
The group Music and Medicine performs at rehabilitation centers, hospitals, child care facilities and nursing homes with the intention of putting melody and rhythm to therapeutic use.
Diamond Bridges | Stony Brook Independent
Event invites students to participate in a number of games and events and features performances by the marching band and more.
Tim Oakes | Stony Brook Statesman
She suffers from a congenital disorder, but she can be found at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium when her team takes the field.
Incumbent representative Lee Zeldin has an arms length relationship with his party’s presidential nominee.
Nikita Ramos | The Stony Brook Statesmanmore
According to OpenSecrets.org, $4 million has been spent on the race between Republican incumbent Lee Zeldin and his Democratic challenger Anna Throne-Holst.