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Letter to the Editors of The Statesman, re: “Does diversity really matter?”

As former editors-in-chief and managing editors of The Statesman, we cannot imagine what must have changed so drastically at the paper to allow the atmosphere for this so-called opinion piece to be published.
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Drugs throughout Stony Brook history

Drugs throughout Stony Brook history

Kelly Zegers and Arielle Martinez April 19, 2016
The Statesman has collected several stories from the newspaper’s archives that show how drug policies and culture have impacted SBU in the earlier years of its history.
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Stony Brook University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. participates in a demonstration with Stony Brook students on Nov. 12, 2015. CHRISTOPHER CAMERON/THE STATESMAN

Students and faculty participate in demonstration to support Mizzou

Christopher Cameron and Kelly Zegers November 12, 2015
Stony Brook students, faculty, and administrators linked arms outside both the SAC and the Administration building in recognition of the University of Missouri protests.
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Navigating the red zone: 8 tips to stay safe on campus while female

Navigating the red zone: 8 tips to stay safe on campus while female

The Statesman August 23, 2015
One of the wonderful things about your body is that it is yours. No one knows it better than you do and no one can take that away from you.
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 May 11, 1972: Gay Movement Across the Nation

From the archives: thoughts on gay marriage over the years

Kelly Zegers June 26, 2015
Same-sex marriage is a topic that has been debated for years both inside and outside of courts, not excluding Stony Brook University's campus.
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The Craft Center offers free events on Tuesday nights from 6:30-9 p.m. Some of these events include vinyl record melting, jewelry making and chocolate lollipop making. CHRISTOPHER CAMERON / THE STATESMAN

Future of the Craft Center is unclear

Chelsea Katz May 11, 2015
Tie Dye. Homemade pottery. Bartending. All are things one can make or learn at Stony Brook’s Craft Center and ceramic studio. But that creative spark might not stay lit.
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Commuter Student Services offers legal housing options for off campus living. BASIL JOHN / THE STATESMAN

Students seeking off-campus housing face discrimination from some landlords

Kelly Zegers March 30, 2015
Mahdin Mahboob, an electrical engineering Ph.D. candidate at SBU, found a lead on an off-campus room but said he was denied the rental because he is not East Asian.
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PHOTO CREDIT: STONYBROOK.EDU

Commuter Student Services takes on off-campus housing concerns

Kelly Zegers March 22, 2015
In an effort to quell off-campus issues, SBU's Commuter Student Services officially took over the Off-Campus Living and Off-Campus Housing offices in February 2014.
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BRIDGET DOWNES / THE STATESMAN

SBU faces lawsuit for “deliberate indifference” in allegedly mishandling sexual assault case

The Statesman February 3, 2015
A Stony Brook University alumna is suing the university for the manner in which the administration allegedly handled her complaint of sexual assault by another student.
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(BASIL JOHN / THE STATESMAN) Andrew Rosenbluth and Michael Rogers, above, who work for a private snow-removal company, pose for a photo with their shovels outside of the Staller Center for the Arts during the aftermath of Winter Storm Juno on Monday, Jan. 26.

SBU’s new Emergency Operations Center put to test in Juno storm

Kelly Zegers February 1, 2015
Emergency Management monitors multiple forecasts from news sources and meteorologists, but primarily works with other emergency managers from around the state.
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On reporting death: I am a Seawolf, too

Hanaa’ Tameez December 13, 2014
I was at the scene on Dec. 2. I saw students around us with tears rolling down their faces. I had to swallow the knots in my throat and bite the insides of my cheeks to keep my own tears from falling.
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SCPD says death outside Stimson College appeared to be a suicide

Arielle Martinez December 2, 2014
At 11:06 p.m., President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. sent a campus-wide email stating that the male student died of his injuries at the University Hospital.
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