Apparently these hard economic times are a lot worse than we originally thought. In fact, these days, it seems that $2,902 doesn’t buy what it used to. A sum that[...]
By Natalie Crnosija Aetna Student Health, Aetna Health Insurance’s subsidiary, whose insurees include Stony Brook students through the University Health Plan, underpayed $5.1 million in health care reimbursements by using[...]
By Alfred Esposito Tabler students have one more thing to gripe about besides the long walking distances to class: the Internet. Since the beginning of the semester, students have dealt[...]
By Najib Aminy Coming off a game of pool in the lower level of the commuter lounge, Senior Paul Lyons said his Stony Brook experience is not a great one.[...]
Like many other charities and university endowment funds, the Stony Brook Foundation became a victim to one of the world’s largest pyramid schemes, losing $5.4 million of its $120 million endowment.
Election season is not over. With Brian Foley’s (D.) victory over Caesar Trunzo (R.) in the State Senate election, the position of Brookhaven Town Supervisor is now up for grabs. A special election has been called for March 31 to decide the next Town Supervisor. Competing for the job is Democrat Mark Lesko and Republican Tim Mazzei.
Despite a gloomy financial situation in Albany and the rest of the country, Stony Brook University announced that the drive to raise $300 million of financial capital by June has been reached ahead of schedule. The capital drive, the largest in the history of the State University of New York system, is still ongoing, but the goal of $300 million was broken when the University declared it had successfully raised $312 million.