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SBU professor works on Mobileware’s new carpool service that helps stall climate crisis

Sonya Gugliara April 20, 2022
Mobileware’s onTime commuter app provides users with transit schedules and ticketing information, and has launched a new feature that encourages users to carpool through prize incentives with the main objective of reducing carbon emissions.
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SBU plans to form a 2020 Census Complete Count Committee

Cindy Mizaku November 23, 2019
As the 2020 census approaches on April 1, Stony Brook University is forming a 2020 Census Complete Count Committee
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Red Watch Band wins Community Youth Leadership Award

Evelin Mercedes October 27, 2018
Stony Brook’s Red Watch Band (RWB) CARE Team received the Community Youth Leadership Award last month from the Caron Foundation, an organization aimed at transforming the lives of people affected by drug or alcohol addiction.
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USG Senate fills final appointments for the term

Mike Adams September 11, 2018
Stony Brook University’s Undergraduate Student Government Senate voted unanimously to appoint sophomore social work major Victoria Correa as the commuter student representative for the Faculty Student Association’s Board of Directors in the Senate’s second meeting of the semester on Thursday, Sept. 6.
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USG Executive Council platform statements: looking back at the year

USG Executive Council platform statements: looking back at the year

The Statesman April 19, 2015
The Statesman revisited last year’s platform statements to see if the Executive Council members were able to carry out the plans that were promised.
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Parking violations run rampant at Stony Brook

Alex Kramer December 2, 2013
Parking enforcement is out in full force during the first week of classes. Parking tickets were given most frequently during the first two weeks of last semester, including 398 on the first day of classes last fall. This was over five times the number of tickets given on an average day during the year, according to the university parking records.
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Commuter Student Association looking for more assistants

Steven Rossin March 11, 2013

Students who are looking to help incoming undergraduates become better acclimated to a college lifestyle may want to consider becoming commuter assistants. According to a student profile done by...

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