University at Albany

Digital glory there for the taking on talent-rich LI

By DEAN DeCARLO // As a 25-year-old millennial, I can distinctly remember a world without omnipresent electronic devices. Then my father brought home a white Compaq PC, preloaded with Windows 95. I was awed by its capabilities – and little did I know a dramatic digital revolution had begun. By intermediate school, most of my Commack classrooms had smartboards. My fourth-grade website “The Weekly Video” used a “drag and drop” builder. It’s safe to say…


Judgement day at Adelphi, as the robots rise again

By GREGORY ZELLER // The robot revolution is coming this weekend to Adelphi University, but don’t be alarmed. We won’t be bowing to our new mechanical overlords anytime soon – but a few ingenious students may take some well-earned bows when all is said and done with the sixth-annual Statewide Middle School and High School Robotics competition. Featuring 30 middle-school teams (from 19 statewide schools) and 13 high school-aged squads (each representing a specific college…