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2014 Sex Issue

2014 Sex Issue

Nina Lin February 14, 2014
Take a look at our web-exclusive collection of this year's sex issue photo shoot.
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SBU falls to La Salle at MSG Holiday Festival 2013

SBU falls to La Salle at MSG Holiday Festival 2013

Nina Lin December 10, 2013
The Stony Brook Seawolves fell to the La Salle Explorers last Saturday, scoring 57 points to La Salle's 65 underneath the bright dome of the Madison Square Garden.
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Homecoming 2013

Homecoming 2013

Nina Lin October 6, 2013
The weeklong Homecoming celebration ended on a high note for Seawolves fans last Saturday as the Stony Brook football team won 21 to 13 against the Bryant Bulldogs.
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A message from Deanna Del Ciello, Editor-in-Chief of The Statesman.

We want you! Join The Statesman today

Nina Lin September 3, 2013
The Statesman is looking for new writers, photographers, videographers and copy editors for the new academic year! Be sure to visit us tomorrow's Involvement Fair at 1 p.m. on Sept. 4th.
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Seawolves Football Address

Seawolves Football Address

Nina Lin August 29, 2013
President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. gave his fourth annual address to the football team on Wednesday, Aug. 28. They will play a scrimmage game against the University of Penn this Saturday at 2 p.m.
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Kimmel says the new center will differ from the Womens and Gender Studies program. PHOTO CREDIT: SBU

New center for masculine studies under fire

Nina Lin August 26, 2013
Few college press releases have web notoriety like the one released in May on Stony Brook University’s new Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities. Already, the internet is stacked with articles, comments and online petitions decrying the new center.
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Stony Brook students are required to be on a health insurance plan and can buy insurance from the university. (NINA LIN / THE STATESMAN)

Affordable Care Act gives students more insurance options

Nina Lin August 26, 2013

Spring 2014 looks to bring more affordable options than ever in health care coverage—for in-state students and faculty, at least. Come Oct. 1, New Yorkers at Stony Brook may find a chance to start shopping...

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SBU Libraries races for the second time

SBU Libraries races for the second time

Nina Lin May 20, 2013
The first time Kristen Cinar and Kathleen Maxheimer rowed in the Roth Regatta, they did not expect the S.S. Melville to survive the brackish waters of Roth Pond.
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4/18 - Boston Marathon Vigil

4/18 – Boston Marathon Vigil

Nina Lin April 19, 2013
Students held a vigil for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.
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Stony Brook Arts Gallery renamed after donation

Nina Lin April 7, 2013
For the first time in Stony Brook history, the Stony Brook Art Gallery is ready for an actual moniker. Now the gallery will bear Paul W. Zuccaire’s name, after the namesake of a foundation that’s ready to donate half a million dollars to save it.
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Stony Brook to lose $7.6 million

Nina Lin March 25, 2013

Stony Brook University’s biggest financial sponsor is officially broke. A history of rising debt ceilings culminated in a last-ditch effort to correct the country’s financial problems: automatic spending...

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USG Gala 2013

USG Gala 2013

Nina Lin February 23, 2013
Will Rhino and Nicole Bansen of The Statesman's Arts and Entertainment section gives us the run-down on Stony Brook University's first Undergraduate Student Government's gala.
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