Tonight’s town hall style debate gave President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney the chance to address undecided voters about their positions on issues including foreign policy, taxes and economic growth.
President Barack Obama and his challenger, Gov. Mitt Romney (R-Mass.), began the series of presidential debates on Tuesday night with the topic of domestic issues. Questions from proctor Jim Lehrer of PBS NewsHour ranged from the economy to the federal debt to health care and the role of government.
Stony Brook University’s Undergraduate Student Government held elections last week. Polls were open April 16-20, but the campaign process is more than just putting one’s name on a ballot.
Stony Brook University’s Project 50 Forward is on-track and continuing to progress, according to President Samuel L. Stanley, Jr.’s State of the University address. The only problem is that no one seems to know exactly what track the project is supposed to stay on.
“Under Construction” is a phrase used quite frequently on campus as of late. Building projects ranging from the Nobel Halls in Kelly and Roosevelt Quads to the demolition of the Old Chemistry building might seem disconnected, but there is a reason in the madness.
Black History Month celebrations at Stony Brook University kicked off last week with guest speaker Marc Lamont Hill, Ph.D., associate professor of education at Teachers College and an affiliated faculty member at the Institute for Research in African-American Studies at Columbia University addressing this “peculiar” period of history in which we live.
Steph Park puts her love of all things furry to use through the Stony Brook Cat Network, the “unofficial pre-vet society” at Stony Brook University—but this outlet might not last much longer.