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Students walking outside of Stony Brook Universitys Student Activities Center (SAC).SARA RUBERG/ STATESMAN FILE

Jarvis Watson leaves Stony Brook University after 14 years of working closely with students

Maya Brown December 2, 2020
Dr. Jarvis Watson, the assistant dean for multicultural affairs, sat in his almost cleared-out office in the Student Activities Center and reflected on his 14-year professional career at Stony Brook University. 
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A dorm building at Brookhaven Village. LUIS RUIZ DOMINGUEZ/THE STATESMAN

Administrators say it’s too early to discuss future of Brookhaven Village

Luis Ruiz Dominguez March 26, 2017
With the contract between Stony Brook and Dowling College ending this year, current Brookhaven Residential Village residents are unsure of where they will live in the fall.
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Students unsatisfied with resolutions for on-campus housing shortage

Students unsatisfied with resolutions for on-campus housing shortage

Anisah Abdullah September 15, 2015
The number of “tripled” dorm rooms at Stony Brook University has hit a record level this year, according to the Division of Campus Residences.
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The Stony Brook housing at Dowling College in Brookhaven has a bad history of student satisfaction, including Wi-Fi problems, long bus rides and lack of food availability.
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Stony Brook’s “Brokehaven” dorms are actually a paradise

Kate Valerio August 30, 2015
Students have told me about the less-than-adequate time they had, but from what they described, it actually sounds amazing.
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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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The speed limit on Nicolls Road between Stony Brook University’s south entrance and Route 25A is 45 miles per hour, a change university officials pushed for in an effort to make the road more pedestrian friendly for those crossing from west campus to east campus. (REBECCA ANZEL / THE STATESMAN)

University using education to promote campus safety

Rebecca Anzel November 10, 2014
At 10:12 p.m., University Police officer Salvatore Casaccio jumped a lane of traffic and hit Brianna Bifone with his police cruiser, pinning her underneath the vehicle for about 30 minutes
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The last BRV bus from SBU leaves at 10:30 p.m. during the week. (SIMON SHARP/THE STATESMAN)

Brookhaven Residential Village inconvenient for students

Jasmine Blennau September 23, 2014
It is the fifth week of the academic year and Stony Brook students living at Brookhaven Residential Village are lacking consistent Internet access and struggling to adapt to a strict bus schedule.
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Housing discount does not offset the loss of on-campus convenience

Jeremy Kline September 4, 2014
This year, according to Newsday, around 200 incoming freshman will dorm at a Dowling College dormitory, due to the university accepting more students than it can find rooming for on campus.
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Influx of new students leads to more tripling in dorms

Jasmine Blennau August 26, 2014
Most of the incoming freshmen and new transfer students that chose to live on campus will be tripled this academic year, according to Campus Residences.
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