Seeking to cut back on administrative costs, art departments at Stony Brook University are combining under a new Center for the Arts, which will include the Staller Center’s performance space.[...]
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Nadia Habib addressed the media just before noon on Thursday after she and her mother were granted a temporary stay of deportation by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. They were both[...]
Stony Brook University Junior Nadia Habib and her mother Nazmin face deportation today after living in the United States for almost 20 years without proper documentation. Think Magazine spoke with[...]
Hacker group The Script Kiddies was back in the news two weeks ago when they claimed responsibility for breaking into the @NBCNews Twitter account and posting alarming messages about a[...]
Prolonged discussions between the Women’s and Gender Studies Department and the Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies program are coming to fruition this fall, when the two academic programs merge to create a larger Cultural Analysis and Theory Department.
Hurricane Irene is showing no signs of changing course or losing steam. And that means Stony Brook University could be in for a windy, wet and potentially dangerous first week of the Spring semester. Think Magazine continues our extensive coverage of the biggest storm of the decade.
Hurricane Irene is on it’s way, and with landfall expected on Long Island on Sunday (as thousands of students return to campus), Stony Brook announced today it would open the dorms a day early to returning students in an attempt to avoid a wet mess.
A powerful earthquake rocked the DC metro area on Tuesday afternoon, but the tremors carried all the way up into Canada. Reaction at Stony Brook University was mixed, with some evacuating buildings and others unaware that anything out of the ordinary had occurred.