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One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. In order to learn the true meaning of this phrase, I put in some time at Stony Brook’s Recycling and Resource Management headquarters.

At first glance, the department was a humble building with a pale green exterior, exactly what I’d expected to see in an organization so dedicated to spreading a positive message. Signs depicting recycling instructions, motivation and explanations littered the walls.

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When New York University Junior Alana Taylor wrote an opinionated article about her journalism class and the current digital revolution, she hoped that it would spark dialogue and propose solutions among her readers. Little did she know that her article would light a fire to a controversial debate of media ethics and create waves in the giant ocean of the blogosphere.

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Katie Flanagan stood in the SAC plaza last Wednesday barking like a carnie. She made promises of free food and asked of passersby to “step right up and test [their] gaydar.” She vowed “shocking revelations” and that the audience could ask any question they wanted.

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On Friday, September 12, 2008 the International Academic Programs Office held its annual Study Abroad and Exchange Fair outside the SAC. The fair’s attempt was to get Stony Brook students interested in studying abroad through winter or summer study programs or exchange programs, which run anywhere from six months to a full year.

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