Stony Brook University Takes a Stand: Voices of Solidarity in the Israel-Palestine Conflict

By: Oluwatoyin Kupoluyi The Israel-Palestine conflict has been a longstanding issue that has ignited passions and raised voices on a global scale. While the conflict may seem miles away from Stony Brook University’s campus it was brought to the forefront recently as students gathered in a peaceful demonstration to show solidarity with Palestine. On a Wednesday afternoon, a diverse group […]

Experiences of Black Freshmen

By: Ayanna Hunter Last week, I confessed to a friend of mine that going to school at Stony Brook University (SBU) was like viewing this huge friend group that would never let me get too close. As a recent college freshman, I will be honest, I had a specific vision for what I wanted my college experience to be like. […]

The Future of AI on College Campuses

By: Jordan Mayers Mandley Artificial intelligence has been around since the 1950s,  but it didn’t create any buzz. It is ingrained into our society, as part of our everyday life. Almost a year ago, that changed. On November 30, 2022, OpenAI launched Chatgpt. Open AI was also responsible for DALL-E 2(AI art generator) in April 2022. Chatgpt can generate essays, […]