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A map of Stony Brook University marked with the locations of crimes that occurred on campus from Thursday, Nov. 18 to Thursday, Dec. 2. GRAPHIC BY KAT PROCACCI

SBU Crime Watch: Nov. 18 – Dec. 2

Sonya Gugliara December 5, 2021
Search and explore the crimes between Nov. 18 and Dec. 2, logged by the University Police Department.
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Will Georges, former Stony Brook University student, smokes a cigarette outside the Union. Will is favorable of the smoking ban that is scheduled to come into effect in the spring semester, as he wants to quit smoking. TAYLOR HA/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook is not a tobacco-free campus

Andrew Goldstein September 3, 2017
Seeing Stony Brook truly becoming tobacco free would be a breath of fresh air.
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The new Toll Drive buildings and East Side Dining are the newest buildings on campus. These state of the art facilities represent a the new image of Stony Brook University and the school has come a long way since its founding. STEPHAN UNGER/STATESMAN FILE

Letter to the Editor: The Times They Have A-Changed

Jon Friedman August 27, 2017
“…Stony Brook, the Berkeley of the East, where the dorms are like brothels.”
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The Tubman and Chavez residence halls opened this past academic year. While new facilities like these are constructed, Stony Brook Universitys other buildings continue to have maintenance issues with serious consequences.

Let them have study rooms

Andrew Goldstein February 12, 2017
Beyond the simple benefit of more places accessible to study, having learning areas in East or West Side Dining would de-cramp the library and other main study areas around campus.
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Sana Rasheed, senior biochemistry major, Alan Zhong, senior biology major
and Tuya Yokoyama, junior human evolutionary biology major, in the library late at night working on a bioinformatics project. CHEREESE CROSS/THE STATESMAN

University aims to help students deal with stress during finals

Andrew Goldstein November 16, 2015
With finals less than a month away, Counseling and Psychological Services is offering events to help prevent students from reaching high levels of unhealthy stress.
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Comedian Chelsea Handler, above, as one of several celebrities to bare herself in support of the campaign. ABACA PRESS / TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE

SBU students bring “Free the Nipple” campaign to campus

Michaela Christman March 9, 2015
James College hosted a film screening and discussion on the Free The Nipple campaign to help make students aware of global censorship and oppression women are facing today.
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Police blotter for the week of Monday, Oct. 27

Kelly Frevele November 6, 2014

On Monday, Oct. 27, a New York State license plate was stolen from the parking lot near the Humanities building. The case was closed by investigation. On Monday, Oct. 27, an unknown person threw...

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Wolf Ride Bike Share program expands

Sandhiya Kannan September 4, 2014
Four new Wolf Ride Bike Share stations have been installed on campus this summer alone, bringing the total number of stations to eight and the number of available bikes to 60.
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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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Police Blotter for the week of Monday, April 14

Ashleigh Sherow April 29, 2014

Marijuana: On Monday, April 14, police observed a marijuana sale. Two males were arrested. On Tuesday, April 15 two students were referred for marijuana at James College. On Friday, April 18,...

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