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The student homecoming tailgate during the fall 2019 semester. This year, festivities for homecoming will be held virtually. SAMANTHA ROBINSON/STATESMAN FILE

Stony Brook University hosts virtual STAY HOMEcoming during COVID-19

Katherine Procacci October 6, 2020
Stony Brook University is hosting a virtual homecoming event series called STAY HOMEcoming from Oct. 1 until  Oct. 10. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Stony Brook University’s homecoming events are being held primarily online.
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Students walking outside of Stony Brook Universitys Student Activities Center (SAC).SARA RUBERG/ STATESMAN FILE

USG will partially refund student activity fee

Sherin Samuel May 1, 2020
USG Treasurer, Adrian Ortega, said during a USG senate meeting on April 2 that the Executive Council (EC) collectively voted on a range of $25 to $30 for the refund. 
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Students enjoyed a free ice skating rink at Polar Palooza in Feb. 2016. JESSICA CHIN/STATESMAN FILE

Winter Weekend 2017 brings a flurry of activities to campus

Anisah Abdullah February 5, 2017
Winter Weekend festivities run from Feb. 10 to Feb. 12 and will feature a wide range of activities including singalongs, comedy shows, therapy dogs and a roller rink.
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ASBO sets sights on Colorado

Caithlin Pena March 6, 2014
In about a week, Stony Brook students will be on spring break. While some students may go to a crazy party in the hot sun on some beach or simply use the free time to catch up on sleep, Stony Brook’s Alternative Spring Break Outreach will spend the week in Colorado, building houses, removing debris, working at soup kitchens and shelters and volunteering at a local Boys and Girl Club.
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The Alternative Spring Break Outreach program at Stony Brook may decide to forfeit its USG budget this year. (PHOTO CREDIT: COMMUNITY OF AWESOME)

Campus briefing: limited USG funding causes club to consider forfeiting budget

Will Welch September 3, 2013
Faced with a limited choice of bus companies imposed by the Undergraduate Student Government’s funding regulations, Alternative Spring Break Outreach (ASBO), a club that organizes community service trips for students during spring break, may decide to forfeit its budget this year.
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Campus briefing: hospital update and budgets reviewed

Kelly Zegers February 25, 2013
What happened at the weekly Undergraduate Student Government meeting.
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Students to serve distraught areas over break

Steven Rossin February 25, 2013
Instead of soaking up the sun’s rays on a beach, some Stony Brook University students are pursuing constructive alternatives to their spring break by participating in retreat programs that will help them develop skills such as leadership, critical thinking and an understanding of the importance of community service.
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Campus briefing: clubs to face reduced funding

Kelly Zegers February 17, 2013
Much debate at the Feb. 14 Undergraduate Student Government Senate meeting surrounded appropriations to 10 campus clubs and the financial bylaws that can affect the amount of money clubs receive if they do not meet expectations.
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