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A student working in the Melville Library SINC site. The Newly renovated space opened at the beginning of the fall 2022 semester.BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

Newly renovated SINC site open for fall semester

Clare Gehlich September 15, 2022
On Aug. 22, the newly renovated Main Library SINC Site on the first floor of the Frank Melville Jr. Memorial Library opened for the fall 2022 semester. The SINC site now includes a public computer lab with both Windows and Mac desktop computers.
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A laptop sitting next to some notebooks. AMY CHEN/STATESMAN FILE

Stony Brook University launches laptop loan program for on-campus students

James Bowen September 27, 2020
Stony Brook University Libraries and Division of Information and Technology have partnered to initiate the Laptop Loan Program which allows up to 200 students in need of computers to rent laptops from the Melville Library.
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The official banner for The State University of New York (SUNY).PUBLIC DOMAIN

SUNY distributes laptops to Stony Brook University students for online learning

Sherin Samuel April 22, 2020
“As of early last week, SUNY had shipped to Stony Brook 200 plus computers, as a result of students that indicated that they were without access,” Barnett said. 
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Art depicting online scams.  PUBLIC DOMAIN

Online scammers take advantage of the COVID-19 crisis

Niki Nassiri March 15, 2020
Scammers are taking advantage of the COVID-19 crisis to steal information, according to a March 13 email from Stony Brook University’s Division of Information Technology.
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Stony Brook marches for suicide prevention

Stony Brook marches for suicide prevention

Samantha Robinson September 22, 2019
The Center for Prevention and Outreach (CPO) asked senior English major and jazz minor, Salvatore Fratto, to play a song at a rally in the Student Activities Center before the second annual “Walk of Hope.”
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Team of Professional eSport Gamers Playing in Competitive MMORPG/ Strategy Video Game on a Cyber Games Tournament. LYNCCONF GAMES/FLICR VIA CC BY 2.0

Stony Brook creates new Wi-Fi network for gamers

Samantha Robinson September 26, 2018
Stony Brook has created a new Wi-Fi network designed specifically for gamers. WolfieNet-IoT, which was released at the start of the semester, has officially replaced the old WolfieNet-Open network.
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University proposes Comprehensive Fee increase

Michaela Kilgallen March 11, 2017
The university has proposed a $57, or 2.6 percent, Comprehensive Fee increase for undergraduate students in the 2017-2018 academic year.
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Stony Brook University hosted the third annual TedxSBU conference on Friday, Nov. 9. MICHAELA KILGALLEN / THE STATESMAN

Students, faculty, alumni spread ideas through TEDxSBU

Michaela Kilgallen November 8, 2015
During her freshman year at Stony Brook, Jacqui Albin believed she no longer existed. She would simply respond with “I’m not here” whenever someone acknowledged her presence.
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The main two parties this year running for USG are the Party party and the House Party. Voting will end on May 1. PHOTO CREDIT: STONY BROOK USG

USG candidates face off in debate ahead of annual elections

Michaela Kilgallen April 27, 2015
The USG election debate hinged on the theme of experience versus originality among the PARTY Party, HOUSE Party and independent candidates on April 22 in the Student Union.
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Jack Littman, above, brought up his resolution to support procurement policy reformation towards verifiably conflict-free products. MANJU SHIVACHARAN / THE STATESMAN

USG gives floor to online learning and support to product reformation

Christopher Leelum April 6, 2015
MOOCs and the Democratic Republic of Congo were the highlights of the USG Senate meeting on Thursday, April 2.
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DoIT helps solve Dowling’s Wi-Fi problem

Kelly Saberi March 25, 2015
Stony Brook’s Division of Information Technology will be working with the IT department of Dowling College to fix network issues at the Brookhaven Residential Village.
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Course evaluation data now available to students

Rachel Siford December 4, 2014
Stony Brook University Teaching, Learning & Technology designed a new website for students to view previous course evaluation data.
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