By Vickie Moller March 18, 2013
Stony Brook residents were out in numbers yesterday protesting the housing in their neighborhood that is allegedly being illegally rented to Stony Brook University students.
By Save the Great South Bay March 15, 2013
Dr. Charles Flagg of Stony Brook's School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences has been monitoring the breach at The Old Inlet on The Great South Bay since Sandy and has yet to see any evidence ...
By Long Island News & PR March 11, 2013
WMHO’s campaign, via Indiegogo.com is called "Rebuild a Classroom in the Heart of the LI Wetlands." The organization must raise $80,000 for the repairs needed to restore their Ernst Marine Conservation Center so it's ready ...
By Vickie Moller March 05, 2013
Following the 2008 recession, thousands of private sector jobs affecting most industries on Long Island were lost, personal income dropped, housing values declined dramatically, the numbers of foreclosures grew at an alarming rate and health ...
By Robert Ottone February 01, 2013
Long Island institution I-Con set for return in 2014 through fundraising initiatives and smaller events.
By Vickie Moller January 25, 2013
Last weekend, The Stony Brook Chamber Singers, a group of seven boys and nine girls in grades 9 through 12 from the Stony Brook School, a Christian co-ed college preparatory school, traveled to Washington, D.C. ...
By Vickie Moller January 02, 2013
In honor of the life and legacy of the late Matthew T. Crosson, a renowned business leader, attorney and television commentator, his family has established a memorial scholarship fund in support of Stony Brook journalism ...
By Vickie Moller December 14, 2012
Each year, out of the 1.57 million students who take the ACT Test, a national college admission and placement examination, less than one-tenth of one percent earn the highest possible composite score (36).
By Wendy L December 13, 2012
Student falls from third-floor window of Walt Whitman High School.
By Vickie Moller December 06, 2012
New York State Senator Kenneth P. LaWalle, Chairman of the New York State Senate Committee on Higher Education said that technologies being developed at Stony Brook University and Brookhaven National Laboratory may hold the solution ...
By Vickie Moller October 18, 2012
For the past 16 years, Stony Brook University's Long Island High Technology Incubator (LIHTI) has been supporting new technologically-innovative companies by providing them with a variety of resources and services to improve their opportunity for ...
By Amy Gernon August 13, 2012
An anonymous donation of $10 million and matching funds from the Simon Foundation is making a Supercomputer Institute and further partnership with Brookhaven National Laboratory a reality.