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The Statesman

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Student Activities Board discusses Brookfest

Jill Ryan February 4, 2016
The Student Activities Board of USG, bombarded by issues, held its weekly meeting on Wednesday, discussing low sales, date changes and cancellations.
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No confidence option skewed results, USG election candidate claims

“No confidence” option skewed results, USG election candidate claims

Arielle Martinez August 15, 2015
A candidate in the 2015 USG elections claimed to the USG Supreme Court that a “no confidence” option on the ballot unfairly affected the results of the elections.
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The main two parties this year running for USG are the Party party and the House Party. Voting will end on May 1. PHOTO CREDIT: STONY BROOK USG

On the campaign trail: Meet the 2015 USG candidates

Christopher Leelum April 19, 2015
Friday, April 17 marked the beginning of campaigning, and starting on April 27, the SOLAR system will open up for voting. Elections officially end on May 1.
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Softball drops three out of five in North Florida Tournament

Softball drops three out of five in North Florida Tournament

Jason Mazza March 2, 2015
The Seawolves fell to 4-6 on the season after dropping three of five in North Florida. Bria Green was a spotlight on the weekend, driving in six runs.
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Carson Puriefoy (#10) and many other players on the Stony Brook roster have been trying to contribute behind the arc. HANAA TAMEEZ/ THE STATESMAN

Points in the Paint: Why three’s must fall for men’s team to win, and Christa Scognamiglio’s emergence

The Statesman February 16, 2015
On Saturday, the Stony Brook men’s basketball team defeated Maine in dominant fashion.
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Seawolves extend win streak to five with victories over New Hampshire and Columbia

The Statesman January 9, 2015
Jameel Warney and Rayshaun McGrew each registered double-doubles on Saturday afternoon, leading Stony Brook to a 71-61 win over New Hampshire in their America East season opener.
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Seawolves easily handle STAC, finish 3-1 in NIT Season Tip-Off

Jason Mazza December 1, 2014
On Saturday afternoon, the Stony Brook men’s basketball team played its final game of the 2014 NIT Season Tip-Off against St. Thomas Aquinas College.
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Stony Brook looks to contain the streaking Dukes

Jason Mazza November 5, 2014

On Nov. 16, 2013, Stony Brook football beat the James Madison Dukes, 41-38. Entering that game, the Seawolves found themselves in a very similar position as this year. They were 3-6 and eliminated...

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4th and Goal: Four takeaways from SBU’s loss to New Hampshire

Jason Mazza October 27, 2014
In each of their previous four losses, the Seawolves have surrendered a big play that cost them the game. Saturday’s loss to #3/5 New Hampshire was no different.
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Seawolves look to back up win over Towson

Jason Mazza October 8, 2014
This Saturday, Stony Brook Football will host defending Colonial Athletic Association champ Maine . Last year, the Seawolves were unable to pull off an upset as Maine won 19-14 in Orono, Maine.
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4th and Goal: Four takeaways from SBU’s homecoming loss

Jason Mazza September 29, 2014
A very indecisive non-conference season for Head Coach Chuck Priore had Seawolves fans guessing who their starting quarterback would be going into Saturday’s game against the William & Mary Tribe.
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Kinder making case for starting QB job

Jason Mazza September 24, 2014
On Aug. 19, senior transfer John Kinder, was named the starting quarterback. However, that was just the beginning of the Seawolves' quarterback competition.
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