Christopher Hitchens, the controversial author and high-profile atheism activist who was scheduled to speak at Stony Brook University tomorrow evening, has canceled his appearance citing health risks. He was diagnosed in July with terminal esophageal cancer.
Author: Adam Peck
Hey everyone, tune in here for some live coverage of today’s quidditch tournament between Stony Brook University and Vassa of Finland in the first-ever Nordic American Classic! We’ll have some[...]
Stony Brook’s YAF chapter didn’t get its requested budget this semester. But rather than simply try again next time like most clubs do (Think included), YAF decided to go a different route: threaten the university with a lawsuit.
Sarah Palin was on Long Island on Thursday, and answered questions from Long Island Association President Kevin Law. The economy, health care reform, and of course 2012 were all hot topics of discussion.
Today Borders announced it was filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy after several failed attempts to turn around the company’s financial fortunes. The national bookseller had been hemorrhaging profits for months,[...]
Stony Brook University is rolling out plans to dramatically increase the comprehensive fees that all students pay. The university website has already been changed to reflect the proposed increases, and[...]
Super Bowl Sunday is the nation’s biggest day for alcohol consumption. What better day, then, to pop open a bottle of Stony Brook Red. That’s right, Seawolves, Stony Brook has its own beer. Sort of.
In an alarming message sent to all undergraduate students, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education Charles Robbins warned students that the opportunity to reenroll in courses will be greatly diminished starting[...]
Stony Brook University is facing an estimated $67 million in state budget cuts if Governor Andrew Cuomo’s recently unveiled Executive Budget is approved. That’s 30% of the university’s entire state funding.