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The Seawolves Marketplace on the first floor of the Student Activities Center, which will no longer be the home to Dunkin Donuts. FSA is currently reviewing various options to fill the space.EMMA HARRIS/THE STATESMAN

Dunkin’ Donuts is no longer coming to the SAC

Sara Ruberg February 10, 2019
The Student Activities Center will no longer be home to the long awaited Dunkin’ Donuts, according to the Executive Director of the Faculty Student Administration (FSA), Van Sullivan. “The planned Dunkin’ location at the Student Activities Center (SAC) has been placed on hold due to prohibitive construction costs,” Sullivan wrote in an email.
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Shop Red West gets a new look

Niki Nassiri September 2, 2018
After switching store operators from Barnes and Nobles to the Follett Corporation,  Shop Red West has unveiled a new store layout change in time for the Fall 2018 semester.
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A new Vengo machine is located in the commuters lounge in the Frank Melville Jr. Memorial Library. EMMA HARRIS/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook partners with electronic vending company

Mike Adams March 31, 2018
Stony Brook students gained a new retail option earlier this month when nine electronic vending machines were installed in various locations around the campus on March 8.
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Trendy spots on Long Island to satisfy your caffeine addiction

Jessica Carnabuci February 26, 2017
Instead of always getting coffee from the Seawolves Marketplace or Starbucks on campus, here are other options you can choose from across Long Island.
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The speed limit on Nicolls Road between Stony Brook University’s south entrance and Route 25A is 45 miles per hour, a change university officials pushed for in an effort to make the road more pedestrian friendly for those crossing from west campus to east campus. (REBECCA ANZEL / THE STATESMAN)

University using education to promote campus safety

Rebecca Anzel November 10, 2014
At 10:12 p.m., University Police officer Salvatore Casaccio jumped a lane of traffic and hit Brianna Bifone with his police cruiser, pinning her underneath the vehicle for about 30 minutes
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Explaining Twenty-Dollar Jelly Beans

February 10, 2003

  By Mansoor Khan Students have been disgruntled about campus food prices for quite some time. With the protests of last semester and the ever-growing cost of campus food, there has been considerable...

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