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Students surrounding the tabling of various campus clubs and organizations in the Campus Recreation Center’s Wood Courts. Stony Brook, N.Y. Friday, Jan. 26, 2024. GRACE SARGENT/THE STATESMAN

Getting involved at the involvement fair

Grace Sargent January 30, 2024
With a student population of over 25,000, it can be difficult for students to find a home for their passions and hobbies at Stony Brook University — making its Involvement Fair the perfect opportunity for students to join a club for their unique interests or take a stab at something new. 
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Students during an involvement fair. NINA LIN/STATESMAN FILE

Back-to-school advice from our editors to new students

Gabby Pardo September 2, 2018
Now that Labor Day has passed and the semester is really getting underway, my fellow editors and I thought it was a good time to share our hard-won experience on how to handle life at Stony Brook.
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Sisters of Stony Brooks chapter of the Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority. COURTESY OF ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA

Why Greek life is the best life

Gabby Pardo August 26, 2018
There are many different reasons people might join Greek life. Some join for the connections; some because they want that idea of brother or sisterhood; some want to expand their social circle. 
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The club that raves together, stays together: The rise of the EDM Club

The club that raves together, stays together: The rise of the EDM Club

Jessica Carnabuci September 21, 2015
Stony Brook University’s Electronic Dance Music club has hopes of holding more events and having a larger impact on campus since its start last year.
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Clubs on campus: what to expect from student organizations

Caithlin Pena August 26, 2013
Known as a large and diverse campus, Stony Brook University is the sort of place students--especially new students--may find to be intimidating, especially when it comes time to find a niche. But because of the university’s diverse student body, there are clubs that reflect diverse interests.
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Fair reflects size, diversity of student body

Matt Sacco September 17, 2012

The Stony Brook University Academic Mall was crowded on Wednesday afternoon as students browsed the diverse club offerings of the fall Involvement Fair. “It’s probably the biggest thing I’ve ever...

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