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At this point, with the sure hand of the former Swingin Ape Studios (now part of Blizzard) at the helm, its clear that Starcraft: Ghost is well on its way to living up to the Blizzard legacy. (Handout/KRT)

Researchers develop a way to send secret messages through video games

Sarah Elsesser July 1, 2015
Through prototypes and tools like Castle, researchers are finding ways to break through this censorship and give people the information they desire.
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Campus construction plows through a harsh winter

Campus construction plows through a harsh winter

Sarah Elsesser February 22, 2015
Besides the construction of the new residence hall on Toll Drive, the renovation of Pritchard pool and the completion of the new computer science building are still on track.
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College students wait to tie the knot

College students wait to tie the knot

Sarah Elsesser February 10, 2015
Today, the average adult is holding off on saying, “I do.” For some adults, it might be forever. Others are just waiting.
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SUNY Korea offers computer science, technology systems management and mechanical engineering as majors. (PHOTO CREDIT : BLOG.SUNY.EDU)

SUNY Korea sees new growth

Sarah Elsesser October 21, 2014
SUNY Korea, a Stony Brook University affiliated campus, was the first American university to be established in Incheon, South Korea on March 3, 2012.
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FSA dealing with unexpected loss of Kosofresh and Tavalon Tea

Sarah Elsesser September 25, 2014
Kosofresh and Tavalon Tea, the coveted Korean food in the Jasmine dining facility located in the Charles B. Wang Center, terminated its contract on Aug. 21, 2014 with the Faculty Student Association.
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Computer Science Department develops programming language derived from Prolog

Sarah Elsesser September 11, 2014
Stony Brook University’s Computer Science Department is making waves with the programming language XSB.
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PHOTO CREDIT: NINA LIN

The presidency of Anna Lubitz

Sarah Elsesser November 19, 2013
Anna Lubitz is well known on campus. She is President of the Pre-Veterinary Society. She ran for Homecoming queen last year. She was a member of The Spirit of Stony Brook Marching band and sang the National Anthem at sporting events. Her mother works in President Stanley’s office.
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The Student Life listserv is one way SB Life reaches out to students about events and happenings on campus. (COURTESY OF SB LIFE)

SB Life Strives to Make Getting Involved Easier

Sarah Elsesser September 3, 2013
SB Life, the virtual and interactive system where students can explore and maintain relations with clubs and organizations, has made changes that are making it easier for students to get more involved on campus.
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Solar boat floats into fifth place

Sarah Elsesser August 26, 2013
Stony Brook’s Solar Boat Team placed fifth and won the most improved team award at this year’s Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Solar Splash Competition in Cedar Falls, Iowa.
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Stony Brook is aiming to have more LEED certified buildings like the Simons Center. (RYAN MUI/THE STATESMAN)

University going green, wins Recyclemania’s e-waste category

Sarah Elsesser May 8, 2013

Stony Brook University recycled the most e-waste out of all the U.S. colleges and universities in RecycleMania and for a fourth consecutive year earned a spot in the Princeton Review’s Guide to 322...

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The Charles B. Wang Center, above, ... FRANCIS YU/STATESMAN FILE

University responds to Wang Center protest

Sarah Elsesser March 25, 2013

The Wang Center, which recently celebrated its ten-year anniversary in October, has been gaining attention due to a circulating anonymous petition that addresses “the fate” of the Asian and Asian...

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Stony Brook faculty establishes journalism scholarship

Sarah Elsesser March 4, 2013

The Stony Brook University School of Journalism received a $25,000 pledge from Stony Brook Senior Vice President of Administration Barbara Chernow and her husband William Farber to establish The Carol...

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