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USG VP of Academic Affairs resigns

USG VP of Academic Affairs resigns

Michaela Kilgallen and Rebecca Liebson April 27, 2017
Undergraduate Student Government Vice President of Academic Affairs John Mele has resigned from the position, Mele confirmed via email.
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Stony Brook University students celebrate winning a heat at Roth Regatta on April 29, 2016. ERIC SCHMID/STATESMAN FILE

Teams prepare boats to race, or sink, at Roth Regatta

Jill Ryan April 20, 2017
The boats will be designed to match this year’s theme: Superheroes vs. Supervillains.
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USG election results released

USG election results released

Michaela Kilgallen April 24, 2016
After a problematic campaign period, students were finally able to vote for their candidates of choice last week.
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Third annual True Colors event celebrates Black History Month

Third annual True Colors event celebrates Black History Month

Kelly Saberi February 25, 2016
The third annual True Colors event took place on Monday, Feb. 23 to celebrate Black History Month
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Campus Briefing: Senate passes USG Logo and Seal Act

Chereen James December 5, 2015
The USG Senate passed the USG Logo and Seal Act of 2015, which removes the use of the USG seal and proposes changes to the USG logo, at its meeting on Thursday evening.
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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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Freshman Class Representative candidates have diverse interests

Sandhiya Kannan October 10, 2013
Each of the eight Freshman Class Representative candidates are working hard on their campaigns this week, as the day to vote is quickly approaching. While they each have different reasons for running, varying goals for the position and different ways they plan to achieve those goals, each candidate expressed their desire to see the freshman class represented well.
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