Students flock to Stony Brook Southampton as campus looks to expand facilities - 27 East

Students flock to Stony Brook Southampton as campus looks to expand facilities

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Dr. Mary Pearl

Dr. Mary Pearl

author on Mar 10, 2010
When Stony Brook University purchased Southampton College for $35 million in 2006, the 81-acre Shinnecock Hills campus was a veritable ghost town. Only a handful of students remained after Long... more

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