A pretentious douchebag claimed that Jean-Paul Sartre, a 20th century French existentialist philosopher, can only be properly comprehended in French, according to eye-rolling Stony Brook University sources.
National Novel Writing Month is an annual challenge to produce a 50,000 word novel in the 30 days of November. It’s frantic, nerve-wracking, and chances are your final product won’t be the next Catcher in the Rye or Ulysses to hit the bookstands.
Whether it is the name of an African child for whom she fostered education decades ago, or a university student who encountered her iconic purple persona today, Sister Margaret Ann Landry never forgets a name.
USG Senate’s approval of an act that created a staff for the Vice President of Student Life, Programming and Activities nearly fizzled into a filibuster twice during the November 5th USG Senate meeting.
When members of the Social Justice Alliance invited Palestinian poet Remi Kanazi to perform at Stony Brook University, they were worried that the event would turn into an emotional and heated argument between pro-Israeli and pro-Palestinian supporters.
After Campus Residences evacuated Roosevelt and Kelly Quads last winter over some broken pipes and a pesky lack of heat, residents thought the worst of their troubles were over. Little did they know that the new year would bring new problems, new inconveniences and new safety hazards.
While some Stony Brook University professors express dismay at the possibility of a five story, 135 room hotel that will be built near the Main Campus Entrance, Research Professor Robert J. Frey of Applied Math and Statistics is taking a different approach entirely. He is building it.