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Campus Cash changed to Wallet

Adam Merkle November 14, 2012

Students this semester may have noticed something a little different when went to pay for something with their student ID cards. As of the fall semester, Campus Cash has been replaced with Wolfie Wallet,...

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Americanism: my unexpected culture shock

Adam Merkle October 15, 2012

When preparing to come to the United States for a university exchange, I never once considered the fact that I could suffer from culture shock. Australia and America are both English speaking, multi-cultural,...

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With a new rec center, where is the future of fitness classes?

Adam Merkle October 15, 2012

Students have been awaiting the opening of the new Campus Recreation Center with bated breath. Expectations are high thanks to all of the amenities that the center will offer, which include a three-court...

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CONCERT SERIES: Kanye West

Adam Merkle April 30, 2012
n this segment of the Concert Series Vault we will be reflecting on a show that we as Stony Brook students would have had the opportunity of attending....if were were apart of the university just a mere seven years ago.
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Men and women’s tennis teams wind down season with conference match-ups

Adam Merkle April 23, 2012
As the regular season nears commencement, the Stony Brook University tennis teams, both men and women squads, split a two-game home series against Binghamton and Hartford, respectively, on Saturday.
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CONCERT SERIES: Red Hot Chili Peppers

Adam Merkle April 18, 2012
In 1989, Stony Brook University students were treated to the stylings of yet another musical act that would proceed to explode with mainstream success after gracing the north shore of Long Island.
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Tennis makes most of senior weekend

Adam Merkle April 16, 2012
Both the Stony Brook men's and women’s tennis squads enjoyed a successful Senior Weekend as they dominated St. Francis on Friday and then went to Quinnipiac on Saturday to the tune of back-to-back 7-0 victories at the University Courts.
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Women’s tennis struggles over the break

Adam Merkle April 9, 2012
Over the break, the Stony Brook University women’s tennis team opened its three game road trip strong with an impressive win over Towson; however, they faltered down the stretch, losing to both Georgetown and UMBC. The two losses bring the squad to a 6-6 record so far this season, with six games remaining before the 2012 America East Championship kicks off in Queens on April, 27.
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Women drop final two games of regular season

Adam Merkle February 28, 2012

The Stony Brook women's basketball team dropped two games in the final week of the regular season, the last games before the America East conference tournament next weekend. In a battle fit only for...

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Stony Brook women’s basketball drops home game to the University of New Hampshire

Adam Merkle February 18, 2012

A crowd of Seawolf faithful packed Pritchard Gym on Saturday afternoon in anticipation of the Stony Brook women’s basketball team halting their loosing streak at home, however the University of New...

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Women’s basketball drops two games this week

Adam Merkle February 13, 2012

Not even the band’s thunderous chant to Kanye West’s “Power” was enough to propel the Stony Brook women’s basketball team past a difficult University of Maryland Baltimore County opponent, as...

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Campus Spotlight: The High C’s

Adam Merkle November 28, 2011

The phrase, “Who are the High C’s?” is rarly uttered on campus. With explosive talent and an impressive campus presence, even the most clueless freshman has likely heard of the all-male a cappella...

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