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Professor Paolo Celli teaching CIV 310, Structural Engineering. CAMRON WANG

Reconnected: Stony Brook community reunites after over a year of virtual campus environment

Viola Flowers September 10, 2021
Stony Brook is transitioning back to an environment centered around in-person learning and face-to-face social events during fall 2021, providing long-awaited relief to many students on campus.
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VP of Academic Affairs Steven Adelson, right, urged support for renewed legislation for future Seawolves                  SIMON SHARP / THE STATESMAN

Campus briefing: senate passes resolution to support renewal of SUNY 2020 legislation

Arielle Martinez February 23, 2015
The USG Senate approved a resolution to support a renewed plan for predictable tuition costs for State University of New York schools at its meeting on Thursday, Feb. 19.
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Vice President of Clubs and Organizations Kimberly Pacia specified the deadline for club funding applications. (MANJU SHIVACHARAN / THE STATESMAN)

Campus Briefing: USG passes eight club budgets and two revisions before deadline

Arielle Martinez October 7, 2014
Undergraduate Student Government senate approved Special Services Council budgets for eight on-campus organizations and budget revisions for two other organizations at its meeting Thursday evening.
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Clubs struggle to roll with the punches as hiccups block budget applications

Clubs struggle to roll with the punches as hiccups block budget applications

Chelsea Katz July 18, 2014
Channeling one’s inner Bruce Lee is not cheap. It requires gloves, kicking pads and body guards. It is something that Stony Brook’s Martial Arts Association knows first-hand.
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Campus briefing: SBU American Sign Language Club gains USG recognition

Arielle Martinez April 1, 2014
In the first meeting after the spring break, the Undergraduate Student Government Senate officially recognized the American Sign Language Club in a last-minute agenda item after Vice President of Clubs & Organization Kerri Mahoney forgot to propose the motion for a Senate vote before the open agenda period of the meeting.
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