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The official logo of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). The NAACP Image Awards are on Feb. 29 in the SAC Ballroom A at 7 pm. PUBLIC DOMAIN

NAACP image award nominees talk nominations and Black History Month

Alek Lewis February 23, 2020
The Statesman contacted some of the students and organizations nominated for the awards to ask various questions about their nominations, their campus involvement and Black History Month.
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Women at the Elect Her event on Stony Brooks campus in the Student Activities Center. SAMANTHA ROBINSON/THE STATESMAN

Elect Her event teaches Stony Brook women how to run for office

Samantha Robinson November 23, 2019
Maame-Esi Otoo is the only female on the Undergraduate Student Government’s seven-member Executive Council. Otoo, a senior business major, is the vice president of Clubs and Organizations, and she “know[s] how to do the job.”
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House of SHADE constitution sees approval

House of SHADE constitution sees approval

Bernard Sanchez September 8, 2019
The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate unanimously approved the constitution of the House of SHADE, an informational and education outreach organization for black and queer students at the university, at a senate meeting on Thursday night.
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The logo for Stony Brooks Undergraduate Student Government (USG). STATESMAN FILE

Students elect 2019/2020 USG representatives

The Statesman April 7, 2019
Shaheer Khan — who won 55 percent of the vote with 959 votes in total — will become USG’s next president.
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The logo for Stony Brooks Undergraduate Student Government (USG). STATESMAN FILE

USG Elections: Initiatives from Executive Council candidates

Brianne Ledda March 31, 2019

President Shaheer Khan, SB United: Hire more CAPS staff who can speak with students in their native languages; increase USG transparency with meetings and social media posts; lower graduation...

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On Tuesday, March 26, USG candidates held a debate in the Student Activities Center. There are more than a half a dozen candidates are running. GARY GHAYRAT/THE STATESMAN

Undergraduate Student Government candidates debate ahead of election

Brianne Ledda and Gary Ghayrat March 31, 2019
More than half a dozen candidates running for Undergraduate Student Government positions presented their initiatives and platforms on Tuesday, March 26 in the Student Activities Center.
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