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Foreign correspondent Rukmini Callimachi talks about covering Islamic State

Foreign correspondent Rukmini Callimachi talks about covering Islamic State

Jess Stoneburner March 9, 2016
Rukmini Callimachi, a foreign correspondent for The New York Times, delivered the annual Marie Colvin Distinguished Lecture in the Student Activities Center on Tuesday night.
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Reconsidering Keshas contract case

Reconsidering Kesha’s contract case

Sophia Ricco March 1, 2016
As it happened, the judge couldn’t just look at the rape and abuse case, but also had to take into consideration the fact that Kesha wanted out of her contract.
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Stony Brook commemorates the end of Black History Month

Stony Brook commemorates the end of Black History Month

Jess Stoneburner February 25, 2016
The Black History Month closing ceremony was held in the Student Activities Center Wednesday night, honoring NFL player Will Tye were and keynote speaker Yusef Salaam.
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Seawolves unite to “Take Back the Night”

Kelly Saberi April 30, 2015
The Center for Womyn’s Concerns organizes the annual “Take Back The Night” event to raise awareness of sexual assault and abuse on campus.
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We need to talk

Kate Valerio April 30, 2015
As long as rape happens, we are going to have to talk about it. And now is a good time to start.
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The South Asian Student Alliance worked with the frat IND (above) for the educational program about rape rates in India. BRIDGET DOWNES / THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook South-Asian student organizations join forces to open sexual assault discussion

Kunal Kohli March 8, 2015
On Wednesday, Iota Nu Delta and the South Asian Students Association decided to focus on a part of the world that gets little attention.
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SBU professors become more aware of “trigger words”

Francesca Campione March 8, 2015
As campus-wide attention regarding sexual assault is increasing, professors whose lectures contain sensitive subjects are becoming more aware of trigger words..
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Governor Cuomo launches “Enough is Enough” campaign to combat sexual assault on college campuses

Hanaa’ Tameez March 2, 2015
Gov. Cuomo announced the new “Enough is Enough” campaign on Feb. 25 “to push for the passage of the Governor’s legislation combating sexual assault on college campuses.”
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“Yes means yes:” redefining consent

Niveditha Obla October 7, 2014
Consent before sexual intercourse is the largest place of ambiguity today for millennials, especially as the number of sexual assaults on campuses across the nation increases every year.
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University Police releases annual campus Clery Report

Arielle Martinez September 30, 2014
Reports of rape, robbery and aggravated assault on the Stony Brook campus increased last year, according to the Annual Security and Fire Report released by the University Police Department (UPD) Tuesday.
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Raúl M. Sánchez: Stony Brook’s new Title IX Director

The Statesman April 15, 2014
In 2012, there were 17 cases of rape on the Stony Brook University campus. The following year, in July of 2013, the university hired Raúl M. Sánchez to serve as the senior director for the Title IX and Risk Management.
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Raúl M. Sánchez strives to educate campus regarding sexual assault

The Statesman April 10, 2014
In 2012, there were 17 cases of rape on the Stony Brook University campus. The following year, in July of 2013, the university hired Raúl M. Sánchez to serve as the senior director for the Title IX and Risk Management.
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