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.
This week, Stony Brook University began construction of a new 135-room Hilton Garden Inn by clearing a 3 acre plot of land that was, until today, a hundreds-year-old untouched woodland. See our photo gallery.
The Script Kiddies have released a huge cache of what the group describes as internal Walmart documents. Most of the documents are mundane and seemingly unimportant or uninformative, but several dozen employees are listed alongside their social security numbers.
The Script Kiddies, the hacktivist group made famous by their July 4 hacking of the Fox News Politics Twitter account, spoke exclusively with Think about today’s two biggest stories: News Corp’s own illicit behavior and the arrests of fellow cyber-activists from the group Anonymous.
Frank Conti, a recent graduate of Stony Brook University and a defensive tackle for Seawolves Football, died today, according to a Stony Brook University Football spokesman. Conti was 23 years[...]
Medicare subsidies, which have long been a target for cuts by congressional Republicans, may be in jeopardy as negotiations continue over raising the debt ceiling. But if those cuts are included, Stony Brook University Medical Center could lose a further $30 million, on top of over $27 million in state cuts this year.
The reemergence of a proposed Stony Brook campus in South Korea has been in the works for months, but according to sources from the University Senate and the Stony Brook Council, neither deliberative body were kept in the loop about those plans.