When Charles Davis ’14 sees a problem, he fixes it. So when his son was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, it made perfect sense for
For Monique Watson ’14, the journey forward is as much about where you come from as it is about where you’re going. As a foster
The theme of Stony Brook University’s Black History Month (BHM) celebration in February was “SANKOFA! Social Activism,” highlighting the historical legacy of that experience in
After completing her PhD in molecular and cellular pharmacology, Francesca Nakagawa did something no one expected. She opened a restaurant.
Mayers presented a policy and research paper that gave recommendations for how to better support LGBTQ+ people of color in America.
Nicole Laborde ’08 came to the United States from Haiti in 1985 with nothing – except a belief that anything was possible. It was a