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A map of Stony Brook University marked with the locations of crimes that occurred on campus from Thursday, Sept. 28 to Thursday, Oct. 12. GRAPHIC BY KAT PROCACCI

SBU Crime Watch: Sept. 28 – Oct. 12, 2021

Sonya Gugliara October 17, 2021
Search and explore the crimes between Sept. 28 and Oct. 12, logged by the University Police Department.
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The inside of the Educational Communications Center. SARA RUBERG/THE STATESMAN

Students petition for improved accessibility at the School of Social Welfare

Samantha Robinson December 8, 2019
Students from the School of Social Welfare organized a petition titled, “Help Make the School of Social Welfare More Inclusive & Accessible” last month. Nearly 700 students have signed the petition to add handicap accessibility buttons to the two entrance doors to the School of Social Welfare.
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Stony Brook University hospital is home to the Radiation and Oncology center. The gate at the entrance to the Radiation and Oncology lot has been damaged on three consecutive days. BRITTANY BERNSTEIN/THE STATESMAN

UPD works to catch the perpetrators behind Gategate

Brittany Bernstein April 26, 2017
Last year alone, 29 parking gate arms were broken at Stony Brook University Hospital.
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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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Who you need to know at Stony Brook

The Statesman April 23, 2015
With over 20,000 graduate and undergraduate students, trying to find your niche as an incoming student can be a pretty difficult feat—but this list will make it easier.
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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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Police blotter: summer crimes

Kelly Frevele August 28, 2014

On Monday, June 9, $30 in U.S. currency was stolen at the Health Sciences Center. The case has been closed. On Monday, June 9, a vehicle was keyed at the University Hospital. The case has been closed. On...

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Construction on new dorm building on John S. Toll Drive at Stony Brook University began in June. The new housing will add 759 beds to accommodate more students. (HEATHER KHALIFA / THE STATESMAN)

Students share thoughts on dorm living at Stony Brook

Jasmine Blennau July 18, 2014
When freshmen apply for housing, they are divided into quads based on areas of interest called Undergraduate Colleges (UGCs). The purpose is to bring together students who share similar interests.
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Ten Year Contract with Chartwells Ends This Year

November 15, 2007
Starting next month, Campus Dining at Stony Brook will be gearing up for proposals by food service contractors, ending a ten-year contract with Compass Group USA.
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SBU School of Medicine at the Health Sciences Center runs its popular “Mini-Medical School” lecture series

September 6, 2002

The Stony Brook School of Medicine at the Health Sciences Center will be running its popular "Mini-Medical School" lecture series. The series, which is open to the general public free of charge, addresses...

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