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The logo for Stony Brooks Undergraduate Student Government (USG). STATESMAN FILE

USG presidential candidate drops out two days into voting

Sherin Samuel April 6, 2022
Amidst a Undergraduate Student Government’s (USG) election that is majorly uncontested for Executive Council (EC) candidates, Presidential Candidate, junior Bryan Villatoro dropped out mid-race on April 5. 
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The outside of the administration building in March 2020. The RABIA GURSOY/STATESMAN FILE

Chief Diversity Officer implements diversity plan to create change on campus

Maya Brown June 30, 2020
“As a campus community, we will lead with purpose to build a supportive culture with our shared value strategy embedded into our actions and operational practices,” Clarke said in the email.
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The logo for Stony Brooks Undergraduate Student Government (USG). STATESMAN FILE

USG reduces summer session student activity fee

Sherin Samuel June 1, 2020
USG still operates during the summer with certain responsibilities, such as planning committees for orientation, presidential transitions and participating in the University Senate.
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Justine Josue, former USG Vice President of Communications resigned. STATESMAN FILE

USG elections postponed until next year

Maya Brown and Brianne Ledda March 31, 2020
Campus student governments must reschedule their elections between Sept. 8 and Sept. 20, according to the Election Postponement Policy.
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Undergraduate Student Government president-elect Shaheer Khan poses for a headshot. EMMA HARRIS/THE STATESMAN

New USG president looks forward to increasing participation

Gabby Pardo May 5, 2019
Shaheer Khan was class president in the 6th grade, senior class president in high school and now he’s set to be the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) president for the 2019-2020 school year.
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Editorial: USG should play by its own rules

The Editorial Board March 15, 2019
But for the better part of this academic year, USG’s most trusted elected officials have failed to fulfill some of the most basic responsibilities that their own policies require.
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Justas USG.EMMA HARRIS/THE STATESMAN

New USG president aims for increased sustainability and student engagement

Aleeza Kazmi April 22, 2018
Klimavicius has spent the past year serving as executive assistant to Vice President of Student Life Jaliel Amador.
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The After Party sweeps all but one category in the USG spring elections. (PHOTO CREDIT: FACEBOOK)

The After Party sweeps USG spring elections

Emily McTavish April 13, 2013

The Undergraduate Student Government election results came in last night with The After Party boasting victories in all but one category. Adil Hussain, who also ran for USG president last spring, came...

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The Ska band Reel Big Fish kicked off the year as part of USGs revived Stony Brook Concert Series. (Nina Lin / The Statesman)

Reel Big Fish welcome’s you ‘Back to the Brook’

Nicole Bansen September 6, 2012

The weather may have been gray, but Reel Big Fish was vibrant as ever. Stony Brook University students chanted the band's name in anticipation as they waited for the musicians to take the stage. Without...

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Who’s the next leader of USG?

Michelle Heatherly April 16, 2012
With elections starting beginning April 16, the three presidential candidates, Juan Pablo Cordon, Adil Hussain and Anna Lubitz, tell the Stateman why they should be elected for the position.
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