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College gal cooking: cookies from store-bought cake mix

Emily McTavish November 24, 2013
Today, dear readers, I am going to blow your mind and help you maintain your budget. Let’s bake our holiday cookies with cake mix. Think about it: you do not need to buy flour, sugar, baking soda and all the other cookie-baking ingredients because it is already in the cake mix. We are going to save so much money and time this way.
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Campus Spotlight: English professor granted prestigious award for first book of poems

Campus Spotlight: English professor granted prestigious award for first book of poems

Emily McTavish November 6, 2013
Rowan Ricardo Phillips, English professor and Director of the Poetry Center at Stony Brook University, was recently granted $50,000 from the Whiting Foundation for his first book of poetry, “The Ground,” and to continue his craft.
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College gal cooking: Thanksgiving roast turkey

Emily McTavish November 4, 2013
Learn how to make a full, healthy meal of turkey and autumn vegetables, which will also make your kitchen smell a lot more like home.
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College gal cooking: miniature apple pies

Emily McTavish October 21, 2013
It is beginning to feel much more like autumn here on Long Island, and this means apple season: the perfect time to make miniature apple pies right there in your dorm.
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College gal cooking: Buffalo macaroni and cheese

Emily McTavish September 30, 2013
The National Football League’s season is underway, and Stony Brook Football finally has home games. To that I say, God bless America. This buffalo macaroni and cheese can fill up any football fan or player before the Homecoming game this weekend.
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Police arrest three teens in robbery case

Police arrest three teens in robbery case

Emily McTavish September 13, 2013
Thursday, Sept. 13, 4:03 p.m.: University Police have arrested three 16-year-old individuals in relation to the recent robberies on campus.
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Prominent climatologist says world is in state of carbon emergency

Emily McTavish April 23, 2013

Wallace Broecker, 81, does not want ‘father of global warming’ on his tombstone. “I’m just Wally,” he said in a press conference on Friday, April 19 before addressing Stony Brook University...

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The After Party sweeps all but one category in the USG spring elections. (PHOTO CREDIT: FACEBOOK)

The After Party sweeps USG spring elections

Emily McTavish April 13, 2013

The Undergraduate Student Government election results came in last night with The After Party boasting victories in all but one category. Adil Hussain, who also ran for USG president last spring, came...

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Student dies last night in off-campus home

Student dies last night in off-campus home

Emily McTavish March 26, 2013

Yeju Kim, a senior chemistry student, died last night in her off-campus residence, according to a statement issued by the university. Suffolk County Police confirmed the death was non-criminal and according...

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The new Hilton Garden Inn on campus gearing up to take reservations later this month. (EZRA MARGONO / THE STATESMAN)

Anticipated campus Hilton due to open this month

Emily McTavish February 12, 2013

Students anticipating graduation and inviting their families for the occasion will soon be able to make reservations to stay at the Hilton Garden Inn on Circle Road in May as the hotel’s construction...

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SoMAS gets money for projects

Emily McTavish April 23, 2012
Stony Brook researchers at the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences and Department of Ecology and Evolution have swept five out of the nine projects to be funded with a part of the $2.4 million from the New York Sea Grant for the 2012-2013 fiscal year.
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Students are urged to “Think Again” before they judge

Emily McTavish April 16, 2012
The Think Again campaign posters are hard to miss and are drawing attention, as well as confusion, from students around campus. The posters feature photographs of Stony Brook students with the slogan "Think Again" and a Quick Response Code, which students can scan with their smartphones, to open the campaign's website.
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