What’s dropping now? The Stony Brook goose problem
Kevin Tumulty, manager of Industrial Hygiene for Environmental Health and Safety, reveals why goose waste is an issue, and why it hasn’t been cleaned from the Stony Brook campus.
Unflappable staff are a fan favorite
The employees work at the Ducks Stadium and help families have a good time at the ballgame. The audience as well as the workers make the stadium come to life.
Another dimension to create
Magic in the makerspace, ICREATE!
Stony Brook’s "makerspace" provides an outlet for creativity for students across campus.
Jarvis M. Watson: You have a story
Stony Brook’s interim chief diversity officer, has been working on a program to create opportunities to diversify the campus faculty.
Tech support in the ballpark
Traditional baseball in the Atlantic League is transforming to fit in with new technologies, as an Automated Ball-Strike System will be assisting umpires.
Flying high for 20 years
The Long Island Ducks are celebrating their twentieth anniversary this season. Get a glimpse into why the Ducks are such a feel-good team for Long Islanders.
Nutrition education reaches new heights
Stony Brook Medicine's Rooftop Farm provides produce and cooking classes to teach kids healthy eating habits
Arts come alive on campus
From Jazz to movies to African art, culture thrives at Stony Brook during Summer.
A site for all seasons
Stony Brook Athletics begins construction on a new indoor turf facility to accommodate teams year-round.
Families and Friends come together at the Ducks game
Traditional baseball in the Atlantic League is transforming to fit in with new technologies, as an Automated Ball-Strike System will be calling strikes and balls instead of umpires.
Fun Zone Boosts Families’ Game Day Experience
At Bethpage Ballpark, there’s action everywhere you turn: on the field, at the concession stands, and especially in the new Fun Zone for kids.