Simple Good offers sustainable alternatives to everyday items and products
For reusable paper towels and all-natural skin care products, Simple Good is the place to go for people with a green-thumb. Simple Good provides customers with the opportunity to make sustainable and environmentally conscious shopping decisions, contributing to a greener Long Island. Click here for the full story!
Pine beetles killing thousands of trees across Suffolk County
Thousands of trees infected by the southern pine beetle (SPB) will be cut down across Suffolk County in the coming weeks. Click here for the full story!
Off-campus eating for on-campus students? It’s only a walk away
Like many students who live on campus, I do not have a car. My off-campus trips are limited to the Sunday shopping route and Suffolk County Transit bus rides. This can sometimes make it feel like there’s a 10-foot wall surrounding Stony Brook and its campus life, isolating it from everything else. However, that doesn’t have to be the case. Click here for the full story!
Arts and Culture
Five weeks of winter in Port Jefferson: 10 things to do over break
With the end of the fall semester in sight, excitement of the upcoming break and winter activities is building. For anyone staying on campus this upcoming winter, there are plenty of things to do without having to travel far. Click here for the full story!
“Legendary Club Scene” captured in Long Island Music and Entertainment Hall of Fame
The Reboli Center, a quaint corner filled with tranquility and local art
As the winter break quickly approaches Stony Brook and the days get colder, there becomes increasingly little to do. However, The Reboli Center for Art and History, located right across the street from Stony Brook Village, is a perfect indoor activity for those staying on campus during this holiday season. It is a non-profit, quaint art hub for local artists — a little corner of calm during the hustle and bustle of the crowded holiday season. Click here for the full story!