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Shop Red West blocked off with caution tap.CHRISTINE KELLY/THE STATESMAN

Police investigate burglary at Shop Red West

Sara Ruberg and Christine Kelley April 14, 2022
A burglary occurred at the campus bookstore around 4 a.m. on April 14. The University Police Department is investigating the incident with Suffolk County Police.
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Suffolk County Sheriff Errol Toulon, Jr., pictured above, was invited to speak at an event hosted by the College Democrats on Monday, Feb. 26. Toulon is the first African American in Long Island history to hold the position. ERROL TOULON/FACEBOOK

New sheriff talks policy with College Democrats

Brianne Ledda February 27, 2018
The newly inaugurated sheriff of Suffolk County, Errol Toulon, discussed his policies and positions with Stony Brook students on Monday night at an event hosted by the College Democrats.
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A reporters near-deck experience

A reporter’s near-deck experience

Jill Ryan August 31, 2016
Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity threw a party late on the night of Aug. 26 that ended with dozens of people, myself included, in free fall after the house’s deck collapsed.
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Hendrix College residence hall director dies unexpectedly

Hendrix College residence hall director dies unexpectedly

Arielle Martinez April 3, 2016
Sara Weber, the residence hall director of Hendrix College in Roth Quad, died unexpectedly in the residence hall on Saturday.
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Student dies last night in off-campus home

Student dies last night in off-campus home

Emily McTavish March 26, 2013

Yeju Kim, a senior chemistry student, died last night in her off-campus residence, according to a statement issued by the university. Suffolk County Police confirmed the death was non-criminal and according...

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Screenshot from an issue of The Statesman published on Sept. 19, 1979. At that point in time, Stony Brook University had no plans to arm campus security. STATESMAN FILE

ARCHIVES: Officers To Stay Unarmed At Stony Brook Campus (1979)

September 19, 1979

Originally published on Sept. 19, 1979 The question of whether Campus Security should be armed has been at issue since Security’s inception, but although nightshift officers at the State College...

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Students celebrating after Lyndon B. Johnson announced he wasnt running for a second term in 1968. STATESMAN FILE

ARCHIVES: Lyndon Says “Prudence” Stony Brook Explodes (1968)

April 2, 1968
LYNDON JOHNSON WILL NOT ACCEPT HIS PARTY’S NOMINATION FOR PRESIDENT IN 1968. Amidst cheers in all the television rooms in the dorms, dancing in the lobbies, Food and drink, some 3-400 students joined in the celebration.
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