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DNCE lead guitarist JinJoo Lee (left) and lead vocalist Joe Jonas (right) perform at The Paramount in Huntington on Feb. 8, 2016. ANAMARIA SALOBO/THE STATESMAN

Brookfest 2017: DNCE, Joey Bada$$ and Alison Wonderland to perform

Jessica Carnabuci March 22, 2017
This is the first year that Brookfest will feature three artists and take place in the Student Activities Center parking lot.
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Trendy spots on Long Island to satisfy your caffeine addiction

Jessica Carnabuci February 26, 2017
Instead of always getting coffee from the Seawolves Marketplace or Starbucks on campus, here are other options you can choose from across Long Island.
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Episode Review: The Bachelor Final Four

Episode Review: “The Bachelor” Final Four

Jessica Carnabuci February 26, 2017
Last week’s episode introduced us to the hometowns of the four remaining girls – Raven Gates, Rachel Lindsay, Corinne Olympios and Vanessa Grimaldi.
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Christopher Parks appointed new athletic bands director

Jessica Carnabuci September 11, 2016
Christopher Parks, Ed.D, was recently named as the new Athletic Bands Director for the tenth anniversary season of Stony Brook University’s marching band.
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Stony Brook Football wins the first-ever Lip Sync Battle Belt

Stony Brook Football wins the first-ever Lip Sync Battle Belt

Jessica Carnabuci and Kelly Saberi April 29, 2016
The first-ever Seawolves Lip Sync Battle was held in the auditorium of the Student Activities Center on Wednesday, April 27.
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Cash Cash and Future made Brookfest a success among Seawolves

Jessica Carnabuci and Rena Thomas April 15, 2016
The Undergraduate Student Government’s annual Brookfest, held on April 13, concert rocked Stony Brook University with performances by Cash Cash and Future.
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Carly Rae Jepsen will be performing at The Paramount, above, for her Gimmie Love Tour along with Cardiknox. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE PARAMOUNT

The Paramount to open new location in Baltimore

Jessica Carnabuci March 3, 2016
The Paramount of Huntington has announced plans to expand by opening a new and bigger location in Baltimore, Maryland.
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USG announces Brookfest 2016 artists: Cash Cash and Future

USG announces Brookfest 2016 artists: Cash Cash and Future

Jessica Carnabuci March 2, 2016
The Undergraduate Student Government just announced Cash Cash and Future will be the two main acts performing at this year’s Brookfest.
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The Hillel Foundation explores a new way to celebrate Halloween

The Hillel Foundation explores a new way to celebrate Halloween

Jessica Carnabuci November 3, 2015
The Hillel Foundation for Jewish Life hosted its third annual Murder Mystery Shabbaton Dinner, which combined traditional aspects of Shabbat with a spooky theme for Halloween.
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The club that raves together, stays together: The rise of the EDM Club

The club that raves together, stays together: The rise of the EDM Club

Jessica Carnabuci September 21, 2015
Stony Brook University’s Electronic Dance Music club has hopes of holding more events and having a larger impact on campus since its start last year.
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Hong, above, said that her favorite designer is Alexander McQueen because of his dramatic, yet majestic styles. PHOTO CREDIT: MATT BARNEY

Student Spotlight: Becky Hong the fashion guru

Jessica Carnabuci May 13, 2015
Fashion was always something that Becky Hong found interesting, but it was not until she studied abroad that she considered it as an option for her career.
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SBU Taandava, above, perform at a fundraiser on Monday, May 5, where more than 20 Stony Brook University organizations came together to provide relief for the people of Nepal, raising $4,225. The death toll of the 2015 Nepal Earthquake has now passed 7,000, making the earthquake the most devastating natural disaster to hit Nepal since 1934. CHRISTOPHER CAMERON / THE STATESMAN

Unite for Nepal brings organizations together to aid country

Jessica Carnabuci May 5, 2015
More than 20 organizations came together at the Unite for Nepal event on May 5 in order to provide relief and urgent care to the people affected.
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