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The outside of Stony Brook University Hospital. LUIS RUIZ DOMINGUEZ/STATESMAN FILE

School of Medicine aims to increase hospital security

Brianne Ledda June 13, 2020
“We will continue to explore additional opportunities to maintain a safe and secure environment for our employees, for our patients and for the community," the Stony Brook School of Medicine said in an email to SBU's medical community.
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Stony Brook University School of Medicines new three-year medical degree will accept a maximum of 15 students for its first year. LUIS RUIZ DOMINGUEZ/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook University medical students will graduate April 8

Alek Lewis April 7, 2020
Stony Brook University is allowing Renaissance School of Medicine students to graduate early to work in hospitals overwhelmed by the coronavirus (COVID-19).
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Ashanti at a party in Los Angelas, California. She was to headline Back to the Brook Vol I on Oct.25, but the concert has been canceled. ASHANTI/INSTAGRAM

Back to the Brook Vol. I canceled a week before slated performances

Luis Ruiz Dominguez October 18, 2018
Rumors have been circulating since the start of the semester that Back to the Brook was canceled and on Thursday, Oct. 18 they were confirmed.
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Stony Brook mens cross country team stick in a pack at the Wolfie Invitational on Sept. 9, 2017. The Seawolves had their highest program finish at the NCAA Regional meet on Friday, Nov. 10. PHOTO COURTESY OF STONY BROOK ATHLETICS

Cross country has mixed results in weekend meets

Luis Ruiz Dominguez and Jason Brancato October 16, 2018
The Stony Brook cross country teams had a busy weekend as they competed in two meets.
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The Starbucks located in Melville Library.LUIS RUIZ DOMINGUEZ/THE STATESMAN

SBU should follow Starbucks and offer racial-bias education

Gabby Pardo and Andrew Goldstein April 22, 2018
Perhaps we should take a page from Starbucks’ book and have a widely announced day of racial bias education for anyone who wishes to attend?
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Freshman midfielder Patrick Kaschalk battles for an open position on the field in a game against Brown. LUIS RUIZ DOMINGUEZ/THE STATESMAN

Men’s Lacrosse earns first win of the season

Chris Parkinson March 4, 2018
Stony Brook Men’s Lacrosse came up with a victory for the first time in its last seven games overall with an 11-9 win over Fairfield at Conway Field in Rafferty Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
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Mens Lacrosse drops fourth straight game to LI rival Hofstra

Men’s Lacrosse drops fourth straight game to LI rival Hofstra

Chris Parkinson February 28, 2018
Hofstra tacked a 14-2 home loss onto the Seawolves' record, extending their losing streak to four games.
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Freshman midfielder Patrick Kaschalk watches a play in a game against Brown University on Saturday Feb 24. Kashalk scored a goal right before the end of the first half. LUIS RUIZ DOMINGUEZ/THE STATESMAN

Men’s Lacrosse offense stalls against Brown

Chris Parkinson February 25, 2018
Brown’s swift offensive tempo didn’t let up, as the team scored four straight and outscored Stony Brook 4-1 in the second period. Stony Brook’s defense failed to control the tempo for a large portion of the first half, allowing a total of 25 shots.
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Acceptance into the undergraduate program in pharmacology has been suspended effective immediately. The professors that taught courses in the program have been reassigned to different departments. MANJU SHIVACHARAN/STATESMAN FILE

College of Arts and Sciences cuts undergraduate pharmacology program

Rebecca Liebson February 25, 2018
Acceptance into the undergraduate program in pharmacology has been suspended indefinitely, due to a programmatic decision from the College of Arts and Sciences, said Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Department of Pharmacological Sciences Michael Frohman.
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Consent. ARACLEY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

When consent is blurred

Luis Ruiz Dominguez February 13, 2018
Am I a victim of sexual harassment? I don’t like to think so, but I do feel taken advantage of. I didn’t know what I was doing. I was young and immature. I still am, but I’m learning.
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Stony Brook students join national conversation on sexual assault

Stony Brook students join national conversation on sexual assault

Luis Ruiz Dominguez, Aleeza Kazmi, and Aracely Jimenez February 12, 2018
Seawolves share their responses to the #MeToo movement.
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Senior Tiana GuevaraPHOTO COURTESY OF STONY BROOK ATHLETICS

Track and Field stumbles at Dr. Sander Invitational

Luis Ruiz Dominguez January 28, 2018
Despite low team standings, the Seawolves had strong individual showings in their events competing against an uncommon field.
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