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With the introduction of a new solo Batman movie by Matt Reeves and a Joker origin movie in the works, fans are beginning to wonder what else the Caped Crusader series might yield in terms of movies abiding by the lore. Well for all you comic fans located here at Stony Brook University, there’s some good news. Warner Brothers Studios is already in talks with Reeves to produce a sequel with Stony Brook University as the backdrop. Warner Bros. Head Kevin Tsujihara and Reeves sat down with President Samuel Stanley last week to gain the necessary permits to film on campus. When asked by President Stanley what sort of modifications were in mind and why, Reeves responded to the following. ”Well, one of the reasons we chose Stony Brook to portray Arkham Asylum is because of a survey conducted by Princeton Review on the ‘Top 10 ugliest College Campuses’ and…

Manhattan is an infinite concrete web of streets and alleys, filled to the brim with every type of store imaginable from every area on Earth. Italian salumerias and cafès in Little Italy, herbal shops and restaurants that purvey foreign delicacies in Chinatown, French brasseries in midtown, and more. Among all these places is a little restaurant on Bedford Street called Chumley’s. Unless you’re paying extra close attention, you won’t even notice it. There’s no sign or plaque. The only distinguishable feature is the antique green door, covered by a black canvas awning and windscreen. The facade fools the onlooker as to what lies behind that turquoise door. Upon entering, you’re immediately greeted by a floral pattern wallpaper that is barely visible behind the numerous frames containing pictures of old newspapers, magazines and famous literary figures. A woman dressed in a tight fitting burgundy dress materializes from behind a door and…

In early September former Wells Fargo CEO, John Stumpf, was outed by Federal Regulators as the mastermind of a scheme in which the company covertly registered members for additional “ghost accounts” as an excuse to charge customers extra monthly fees to maintain accounts they weren’t using, all just to hit their monthly quotas and fatten their yearly bonuses. From an early age, our parents did their best to instill in us the value of the dollar. When we were young, most of us got our first jobs and felt a boost in responsibility. What board members at Wells Fargo took it upon themselves to do is sick. Wells Fargo reported to CNNMoney that they fired 5,300 employees over the last few years due to the scandal. In the scheme, employees would take any random person and move money from their pre-existing account into the newly created one without their knowledge…