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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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Represent yourself by joining the Opinions section

Andrew Goldstein November 13, 2017
The Opinions section has the power to reach more than 25,000 people and spark conversations that can lead to real change. It is a shame that so few students take advantage of it.
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Sex Issue 2016

Letter from the Editor: Why the Sex and Relationship models were white

Hanaa’ Tameez February 16, 2016
As proud as I am of our reporting and visuals, we failed to highlight the diversity of our campus.
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Stony Brook 2015: A year in photos

Stony Brook 2015: A year in photos

The Statesman December 31, 2015
2015 was filled with diverse cultural events, student activism, and athletic upsets for Stony Brook. Here are our editors' picks of some of the year's most influential moments
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#TBT: Body parts planted on campus: Pranksters claim they stole foot from HSC Labs (1983)

The Statesman November 19, 2015
As part of a new Throwback Thursday feature, The Statesman is publishing old stories from its archives.
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Navigating the red zone: 8 tips to stay safe on campus while female

Navigating the red zone: 8 tips to stay safe on campus while female

The Statesman August 23, 2015
One of the wonderful things about your body is that it is yours. No one knows it better than you do and no one can take that away from you.
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City maintenance worker Maria Burgos holds a Rainbow Pride Flag ahead of its raising by Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia, the citys first openly gay mayor, over the Civic Plaza in response to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage on Friday, June 26, 2015. (Rick Loomis/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

State leaders react to Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage decision

Hanaa’ Tameez June 26, 2015
Leaders in New York are showing their support for the Supreme Court’s ruling that same-sex marriage is a constitutional right in the landmark case Obergefell v. Hodges.
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A floating fantasy: Roth Regatta 2015

A floating fantasy: Roth Regatta 2015

Heather Khalifa May 1, 2015
This year's USG-hosted Roth Regatta was held on Friday, May 1 with the theme "Mainstream Fantasy."
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Sarah Tubbs

Sarah speaks: plaintiff in sexual assault case addresses flaws in Stony Brook judiciary system

Hanaa’ Tameez March 12, 2015
Stony Brook University alumna Sarah Tubbs met with members of the media on Tuesday, March 10 to discuss the lawsuit she filed against the school.
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Governor Cuomo launches “Enough is Enough” campaign to combat sexual assault on college campuses

Hanaa’ Tameez March 2, 2015
Gov. Cuomo announced the new “Enough is Enough” campaign on Feb. 25 “to push for the passage of the Governor’s legislation combating sexual assault on college campuses.”
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Campus briefing: Men’s Club Lacrosse budget fails

Hanaa’ Tameez March 1, 2015
A motion to move the men’s club lacrosse team to line budget status failed by a vote of 11-8-0 during the Undergraduate Student Government senate meeting on Thursday, Feb. 26.
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SBU faces lawsuit for “deliberate indifference” in allegedly mishandling sexual assault case

The Statesman February 3, 2015
A Stony Brook University alumna is suing the university for the manner in which the administration allegedly handled her complaint of sexual assault by another student.
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