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Recycle mania flier containing information about the race which is taking place at Stony Brook University.  PHOTO CREDIT: STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY

Stony Brook races to zero waste through recycling competition

Niki Nassiri February 16, 2020
The competition strives to motivate students to recycle and reduce waste, promote on-campus recycling programs and encourage school administrations to track waste production so recycling measures can be improved.
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Seawolves lay claim to victory over Pioneers

Andrew Zucker November 24, 2019
Big time performances from graduate guard Kaela Hilaire, junior guard/forward Jonae Cox and junior forward India Pagan helped the Seawolves earn a 54-50 victory.
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Stony Brook University students celebrate winning a heat at Roth Regatta on April 29, 2016. ERIC SCHMID/STATESMAN FILE

Teams prepare boats to race, or sink, at Roth Regatta

Jill Ryan April 20, 2017
The boats will be designed to match this year’s theme: Superheroes vs. Supervillains.
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Students and faculty march to end domestic violence

Students and faculty march to end domestic violence

Jess Stoneburner October 27, 2016
The annual "Take a Stand, Walk with Me" march takes place every October for National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
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Christopher Parks appointed new athletic bands director

Jessica Carnabuci September 11, 2016
Christopher Parks, Ed.D, was recently named as the new Athletic Bands Director for the tenth anniversary season of Stony Brook University’s marching band.
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The Spirit of Stony Brook marching band, along with dozens of other students, faculty and alumni representing the SUNY community, marched in the annual New York City Pride parade to show support for the LGBTQ community and express solidarity with the victims of the recent Orlando shooting.

Seawolves recount experience marching in NYC Pride Parade

Michaela Kilgallen July 1, 2016
Decked out in SUNY Pride t-shirts, 90 members of the Stony Brook community marched among the 32,000 participants in the New York City Pride Parade last weekend.
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The color guards act, above, include batons and flag twirling. The major song that was prepared this year by the drumline was Larger Than Life by the Backstreet Boys. JISOO HWANG / THE STATESMAN

Color Guard and Drumline Showcase brings fun to cloudy Earthstock

David Pepa April 27, 2015
One show that stood out at this year's Earthstock was the Color Guard and Drumline Showcase.The showcase was held at the Staller Steps at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, April 24.
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Stanley can walk the walk, but can he talk to students?

Emily Benson February 13, 2014
Responsibility and power: two things needed to make a great leader. Stony Brook is home to many honorable and worthy leaders in administration, but I think some have forgotten that leadership is not a job of isolation. Now, I’m not here to call anybody out, *cough* President Stanley *cough*, but I would say that good leadership should provide a sense of presence and connection among the community. A good leader, in my mind, is someone that wants to truly represent their people, and right now, Stanley seems to avoid contact with the student body like the plague.
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John Leddy will continue to work part-time with the band after his position has been filled. (YOON SEO NAM/ THE STATESMAN)

Director of Athletic Bands to retire at the end of semester

Mike Seeley April 8, 2013

  When the Stony Brook University Marching Band plays its first event next semester, there will be new faces. One face, however, will stand out among the new members of the ensemble, because...

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