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SUNY board of trustees discusses Conference on Shared Governance

Diane Caruso May 8, 2014
The State University of New York’s (SUNY) board of trustees discussed the success of a conference held by SUNY Voice at the board’s open formal meeting at the Wang Center on May 7.
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Stony Brooks softball team during a game in 2014. The team beat the UMBC Retrievers 5-1 on Wednesday May 9, but lost against the UMass Lowell River Hawks 
Thursday, May 10 in its first two America East playoff games.SYLWIA TUZINOWSKA / THE STATESMAN

“Free food” comes at a steep price for student athletes

Diane Caruso May 6, 2014
A student-athlete is not given anything for free. There are hours of hard work at practice, in the gym or on game day.
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(PHOTO CREDIT: STONYBROOK.EDU)

Stony Brook alumnus Brett Raymer, “The fish and famous”

Diane Caruso March 31, 2014
The next time you flip through the channels trying to find something good to watch on television, there is a slight chance that you may come across a fellow Stony Brook alumnus. Brett Raymer, 43, is currently the star of Animal Planet's television show “Tanked.”
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The Dance Theatre of Harlem put on a performance that required a bit of thought, but was thoroughly enjoyable overall. (BRANDON BENARBA / THE STATESMAN)

Dance Theatre of Harlem confuses some, but ends strong

Diane Caruso March 24, 2014
The Staller Center’s main lobby was bustling with people of all ages, patiently waiting for the velvet ropes to move so that they could get to their seats to watch the Dance Theatre of Harlem perform this past Saturday, March 22 at 8 p.m..
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(BRIDGET DOWNES / THE STATESMAN)

Stony Brook students take the party and pics to Twitter

Diane Caruso March 10, 2014
“Live for the nights I’ll never remember with the people I won’t forget,” Drake, popular R&B and hip-hop artist, said. But what he did not convey was that the next time you are partying, on or off campus, your drunken moments could make you Twitter famous, even if it's only for a week.
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