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Forward Olsen Aluc leads the offense down the right sideline against LIU on Thursday, Aug. 24. The Stony Brook men’s soccer team lost its first game of the year to its cross-town rivals. MIKE ANDERSON/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook men’s soccer drops season opener to LIU

Cameron Takmil August 24, 2023
The Stony Brook men’s soccer team did not get off to an ideal start against its crosstown rivals.
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Stony Brook Universitys sixth president Maurie McInnis. Credit to Stony Brook University Media Relations

Maurie McInnis is the sixth president at SBU

Brianne Ledda March 26, 2020
Stony Brook University announced its sixth president on March 26 after a nearly year-long presidential search, according to a campus-wide email from State University of New York (SUNY) Chancellor Kristina Johnson.
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A visualization of rape accusations. A 2010 study of all sexual assault reported to a major Northeastern university over a 10-year period found that the prevalence of false allegations is between 2% and 10%. PUBLIC DOMAIN

Men who are falsely accused need more recognition

Gabby Pardo November 27, 2018
#HimToo is on the rise, aiming to raise awareness of men falsely accused of sexual assault.
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The Stony Brook University pool located in the Pritchard Gymnasium.  ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

Women’s Swimming and Diving hires new coach

Peter Lupfer May 7, 2018
Stony Brook Athletics announced the hiring of Kerry Smith Monday afternoon to fill the Swimming and Diving head coach vacancy. Smith is a former captain of the Penn State University Nittany Lions and assistant coach for Yale’s swimming and diving program.
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Freshman midfielder Patrick Kaschalk battles for an open position on the field in a game against Brown. LUIS RUIZ DOMINGUEZ/THE STATESMAN

Men’s Lacrosse earns first win of the season

Chris Parkinson March 4, 2018
Stony Brook Men’s Lacrosse came up with a victory for the first time in its last seven games overall with an 11-9 win over Fairfield at Conway Field in Rafferty Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
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Senior midfielder Kristin Yevoli (No. 42, above) runs down the field against USC on March 24. She initiated the One Love campaign at Stony Brook. ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

Yevoli and women’s lacrosse bring One Love to SBU

Brittany Bernstein April 23, 2017
Yevoli was excited to learn that she could become more involved with One Love’s cause by running escalation workshops to educate students about domestic violence.
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Associate professor of ----- Josipa Roska above, published a study in the Journal of Higher Education which found negative diversity experiences are highly detrimental. LYNN BELL/UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA

Study finds negative diversity experiences can harm students

Rawson Jahan February 26, 2017
The research project was inspired by a previous study administered by Josipa Roksa, an associate professor of sociology and education at the University of Virginia, and Richard Arum, dean of the school of education at the University of California, Irvine.
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Crowley makes return to Stony Brook in MLL contest against Lizards

Andrew Eichenholz July 31, 2014
In his first game suiting up for a new team, Kevin Crowley stepped right into a new role, doing his part in contributing to the Bayhawks’ dramatic 12-11 win.
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Stony Brook gearing up for Richmond after being eliminated last week

Andrew Eichenholz November 6, 2013
Eliminated from FCS Playoff contention after their loss to Maine, the Seawolves have three games left to send the senior class off and regain confidence to get ready for next season. The record of 3-6 of the Richmond Spiders deceives the eye, as the dynamic pass-happy team has scored significantly more points than their opponents this season. Coach Lyle Hemphill and his secondary need to be prepared for what should be an aerial assault, courtesy of Richmond quarterback Michael Strauss.
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