The litigation six students brought against President Samuel Stanley and the State University of New York for moving the Sustainability Program from Southampton to Stony Brook’s main campus came to[...]
By Carol Moran Michael Ruhnau, senior environmental studies major at Stony Brook, remembers exactly where he was when he found out his campus would be closing: in the Southampton library[...]
Stony Brook Southampton, the embattled campus that was all but closed last August, may be on its way back as soon as next semester, said President Stanley in an exclusive interview with Think Magazine.
The Stony Brook University Council’s decision to back President Stanley in the closure of Southampton has proven to be very disheartening to Southampton students, but beyond that is an even more disappointing picture for all SUNY students.
President Stanley met with campus media today, and announced that as of the next academic year, the undergraduate student population would be capped at its current levels, putting at least[...]
It’s a very real possibility, says Russell Penzer, the attorney representing the six SB Southampton students who won a lawsuit brought against the university for illegally closing the south shore[...]
Despite spending over $78 million dollars on the school in the last three years and over $3 million in LEED-certified buildings such as a brand new sustainable library, the decision has been made to cut financing for the Southampton campus in an effort to save $6.7 million a year.