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Student a victim of fatal hit and run

Alessandra Malito November 18, 2011

A 21-year-old Stony Brook senior was the victim of a fatal hit-and-run accident at approximately 9:45 p.m. on Thursday on Route 347, according to the Suffolk County Police Department. Seong Hoon Baek,...

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Campus News Briefing: Future of voting rights,suny, SUNY’s new idea for president of campuses and freshman rep runoff election

Alessandra Malito November 14, 2011

A potential conflict of interest might take away the voting rights of class representatives in the Student Activities Board this week. The Supreme Court of the Undergraduate Student Government held...

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Fish study looks into too much consumption

Alessandra Malito November 14, 2011

Many may have heard that eating fish is healthy, but a survey is being done at Stony Brook University that might show otherwise. The initial reason for the study was because of an observation that people...

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Gotta catch ’em all at Stony Brook

Alessandra Malito November 14, 2011

They want to be the very best, like no one ever was – but they don’t have to travel across the land, searching far and wide. They just have to join the Pokemon League at Stony Brook online. Students...

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Valve Center adds an extra beat to Medical Center

Alessandra Malito October 31, 2011

Nestled in between the gift shop and the Starbucks café and across from the main entrance of the hospital is the new Valve Center of the Stony Brook University Medical Center. The Valve Center, which...

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Air Force’s Reichen Lehmkuhl

Alessandra Malito October 23, 2011

When he found out the news about the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Repeal Act of 2010, which was the ending of a policy that prevented gay and lesbian members of the community from serving in the armed...

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Protesting professor participates in Occupy Wall Street

Alessandra Malito October 23, 2011

He’s been protesting since the 1960’s and he’s not stopping now. At 5:30 a.m. on Oct. 14, 69-year-old Stony Brook University economics professor, Michael Zweig, found himself in the middle...

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The Press and Think magazine merge

Alessandra Malito October 16, 2011
The Stony Brook Press and Think magazine, two campus publications, are coming together under the Press’s name, what editors say to be a consolidation of services to the campus.
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A Case for adding Moot Court to Pre-Law Society

Alessandra Malito October 9, 2011

The Pre-Law Society’s Mock Trial team is currently in session, and soon, a Moot Court team may be, too. Mock Trial is a simulation of a trial. Skills are gained through volunteers taking on roles...

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Stony’s Buses Get Wrapped Up in New Design

James Kaften May 5, 2011

Students traveling around campus throughout the past week may have noticed a festive change made to some of the campus buses. The Stony Brook Department of Transportation and Parking recently decided to...

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Relay for Life Runs to Stony Brook

Nicole Siciliano April 24, 2011

On April 30, more than 240 students  and 43 teams will come together for Stony Brook University’s first annual Relay for Life hosted by Seawolves for Cancer. According to Stony Brook University senior...

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Southampton: One Year Later

Alessandra Malito April 11, 2011

Since originally being shuttered, Southampton students and professors have gone through quite a journey to keep their spirit, and their campus, from completely diminishing.   Students found...

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