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Letter to the Editors of The Statesman, re: “Does diversity really matter?”

As former editors-in-chief and managing editors of The Statesman, we cannot imagine what must have changed so drastically at the paper to allow the atmosphere for this so-called opinion piece to be published.
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A letter from our graduating editors

A letter from our graduating editors

The Editorial Board May 9, 2017
Thank you for four amazing years. Thank you for sharing your stories with us.
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Larry Bozman, former Statesman editor-in-chief, speaks at a celebration of The Statesmans 60th anniversary. ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

The Statesman celebrates its 60th anniversary

Mike Adams April 2, 2017
Sixty years after The Statesman was first founded, reporters and editors from the past and present gathered to celebrate the campus paper’s diamond anniversary.
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Individual assaulted in Melville Library

Michaela Kilgallen and Arielle Martinez May 6, 2016
One individual is in custody after an assault that took place in Melville Library this afternoon, according to an email from Robert Lenahan, the chief of University Police.
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Drugs throughout Stony Brook history

Drugs throughout Stony Brook history

Kelly Zegers and Arielle Martinez April 19, 2016
The Statesman has collected several stories from the newspaper’s archives that show how drug policies and culture have impacted SBU in the earlier years of its history.
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Hendrix College residence hall director dies unexpectedly

Hendrix College residence hall director dies unexpectedly

Arielle Martinez April 3, 2016
Sara Weber, the residence hall director of Hendrix College in Roth Quad, died unexpectedly in the residence hall on Saturday.
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Campus Briefing: Senate confirms Elections Board members

Campus Briefing: Senate confirms Elections Board members

Arielle Martinez April 3, 2016
The USG Senate confirmed members of the Elections Board on Thursday after the discovery that board members had not been vetted or confirmed for the past three years.
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Justine Josue, former USG Vice President of Communications resigned. STATESMAN FILE

USG campaigning suspended for Elections Board vetting

Rachel Siford and Arielle Martinez March 25, 2016
Concerns about the Elections Board were brought up at the most recent USG meeting, where it was revealed Elections Board members were never actually confirmed by the Senate.
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Justine Josue, former USG Vice President of Communications resigned. STATESMAN FILE

Campus Briefing: Elections Board’s legitimacy called into question

Arielle Martinez March 25, 2016
Members of the USG Elections Board have not been confirmed by the Senate in three years, calling the board’s legitimacy into question in the middle of election season.
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Sarah Tubbs

Sexual assault lawsuit set back by lawyer shake-up

Arielle Martinez February 28, 2016
The lawsuit filed by SBU alumna Sarah Tubbs against the university has come to a halt because the law firm that represented her alleged assailant has left the suit.
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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, above, during a news conference at Stony Brook University on Feb. 18,
 2017. KRYSTEN MASSA/STATESMAN FILE

Gov. Cuomo visits SBU, announces water quality initiative

Arielle Martinez February 18, 2016
Gov. Cuomo visited the Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology on Thursday to announce a series of initiatives to protect water quality on Long Island.
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A snow plow clears snow in front of the Island Federal Credit Union in Jan. 2016.CHRISTOPHER CAMERON/STATESMAN FILE

Winter Storm Jonas freezes campus activities

Arielle Martinez January 23, 2016
Winter Storm Jonas moved into the New York area over the weekend as hundreds of students moved into their residence halls for the start of the Spring 2016 semester.
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