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VP of Research Dead at 70

April Warren July 29, 2011

John H. Marburger III, Stony Brook University’s third president and physics professor who advised against the construction of Shoreham Nuclear Power Plant proposal and White House Office of Science...

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USG Aiming At The Media Again

April Warren February 21, 2011

I find it incredibly disheartening that less than one year after the Undergraduate Student Government sought, and failed, to flex its non-existent pectoral muscles by cutting The Statesman’s budget,...

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Live Blog: Bill Clinton Visits Stony Brook

Live Blog: Bill Clinton Visits Stony Brook

April Warren October 26, 2010
Follow the Statesman as we bring you the most up to date information tomorrow during the rally and keep checking here for a wrap-up story and editorial.
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County Executive Delivers State of the County Address

April Warren February 4, 2010

During Wednesday night’s State of the County address, Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy discussed some of the highlights and pitfalls of the last year but did little to calm some of the immediate concerns...

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A Glance Into the Life of Stony Brook’s New President

April Warren October 29, 2009

Samuel Stanley doesn’t always stick to the plan. He often discards pre-scripted speeches to better connect with his audience, doesn’t always have time to finish meals served in his honor and traded...

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President Stanley Speaks to the University Senate

April Warren October 7, 2009

' Addressing the University Senate Monday afternoon, Stony Brook's fifth president projected his vision for the campus, international expansion and what role this educational center will play in the SUNY system.

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Extent of Youth Vote Too Unpredictable to Call

April Warren November 2, 2008
With the Democratic and Republican parties scrambling to sway voters as Election Day inches closer, some of the buzz is stirring around the youth vote and how decisive it could be in determining the next president of the United States
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Bigger Better Bottle Bill Excluded From New York State Budget

April Warren May 7, 2008
The Bigger Better Bottle Bill, which would have expanded five-cent refundable deposits on beverage containers to water bottles and other non-carbonated beverages, was not included in the finalized state budget put out on Apr. 9 despite student activists' lobbying efforts.
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The Wang Center Celebrates Its Fifth Anniversary

February 4, 2008
Deep within the maze of the Wang Center's third floor Sunita Mukhi, bobs a teabag into a paper cup reflecting on what the Wang Center has brought to Stony Brook 5 years after its conception. This year marks the fifth anniversary for the Wang Center. To mark the occasion, Mukhi, Director of Asian and Asian American Studies, scheduled approximately twenty events ranging from an artist specializing in Buddhist paintings to an avant-garde musical group from Kazakhstan.
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