Monthly Archives: April 2012

#170: Roth Regatta Victory!

One staff member shared with us that: “Members of the Frank Melville Jr. Memorial Library made a little bit of history by taking 2nd place in this year’s Roth Regatta 2012 Speedster Division! It took a HUGE amount of SPIRIT … Continue reading

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#169: Imitation is Flattery

The Spirit of Stony Brook Marching Band made waves during the Basketball playoffs for their newest tradition – dancing with cut-outs of the mens basketball team! Members of the Band choreographed a dance with Wolfie and the crowd loved it. … Continue reading

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#168: Earthstock!

Earthstock is in full swing! Red ducks are about to race! AWESOME!

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#167: Roth Regatta Posters

The Roth Regatta is a huge tradition at Stony Brook where student build boats out of cardboard, duct tape, and paint to race across Roth Pond. The Undergraduate Student Government selects a theme each year that students use to provide … Continue reading

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#166: Advisors

Stony Brook University has some beyond awesome advisors in the Academic and Pre-Professional Advising Center!  They are working extra hard these days, being that it is registration season, to help students make sure they are on track and ready to register for … Continue reading

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#165: Champs!

Dean Stein spends most of his time with students, even over spring break!  Last week he invited Lucy VanDalen, the 2012 NCAA National Champion in the Mile and her NCAA All American teammates, sister Holly VanDalen, and Haley Green to … Continue reading

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#164: CommuniTEA

Today at the Commuter Connection Breakfast in SAC 144, a student asked if there were any more tea bags left.  unfortunately, there were no more left.  Upon hearing the student’s question, a nearby student got up and offered him his tea … Continue reading

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