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Paddlers jump from their boat during Roth Regatta on Friday, April 27. The theme for this years boat races was Cartoon Network vs. Nickelodeon. ANASTASIA KOBUS/THE STATESMAN

Roth Regatta 2018: Cartoon boats battle for best time

Mike Adams April 29, 2018
The downpour made it hard for some teams to keep their boats in working order, and several boats fell apart immediately after hitting Roth Pond.
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Bicycles buried in snow in front of Toscanini College. ERIC SCHMID/STATESMAN FILE

Spring break should fall on a different week

Andrew Goldstein March 25, 2018
This was the third spring break in a row where there was a snowstorm that elicited an email from Stony Brook Emergency Management. Spring break wasn’t even during spring.
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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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Tosc-A-Riginal highlights talent in Tabler Quad

Katarina Delgado February 18, 2016
Toscanini College held Tosc-A-Riginal night on Feb. 10 in the Tabler Blackbox Theater to celebrate talent, creativity and community among ACH poets, singers and songwriters.
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A snow plow clears snow in front of the Island Federal Credit Union in Jan. 2016.CHRISTOPHER CAMERON/STATESMAN FILE

Winter Storm Jonas freezes campus activities

Arielle Martinez January 23, 2016
Winter Storm Jonas moved into the New York area over the weekend as hundreds of students moved into their residence halls for the start of the Spring 2016 semester.
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Toscanini College payed close attention to detail, adding the features and toys of Boos room into the boat design. BRIDGET DOWNES / THE STATESMAN

An inside look at Toscanini College’s Roth Regatta plan this year

Francesca Campione May 4, 2015
Every year since 1989, students have gathered around Roth Pond during the later weeks of the spring semester for one of SBU's most beloved traditions: the Roth Regatta.
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A floating fantasy: Roth Regatta 2015

A floating fantasy: Roth Regatta 2015

Heather Khalifa May 1, 2015
This year's USG-hosted Roth Regatta was held on Friday, May 1 with the theme "Mainstream Fantasy."
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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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Hackett believes students should not vote for a candidate if they believe the candidates are not fit to fulfill the duties of the position.

Student starts “Vote No Confidence in SBU USG”

Rachel Siford April 27, 2015
SBU student Will Hackett started a “Vote No Confidence in SBU USG” Facebook event to encourage students to vote no confidence in the upcoming USG election.
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The Tabler Piano Steps Project will add to Tabler Quad’s “artsy” image

Jessica Carnabuci April 2, 2015
The Tabler Steps Piano Project will transform the bottom section of the concrete steps into a public piece of art by painting the steps to resemble a Steinway Grand Piano.
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Boobs & Bras celebrates women

Arielle Martinez April 1, 2014
Stony Brook University staff members and student leaders addressed the importance of positive body image, female empowerment and breast health at an event called “Boobs & Bras” Saturday evening at the Student Activities Center.
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Drug Referrals are Heating Up

Reginald Ceus December 16, 2010

When Rosie Kavanah became the resident assistant on floor 3A in Toscanini College this year, one of the first problems she said she encountered was the constant smell of marijuana in the hallway. “It...

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