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The Real Soldier Boys

Stony Brook University is 5955 miles away from the heart of a highly-criticized war that began on March 20, 2003. Five years later, support for the war has exponentially declined as death tolls have increased along side the budget deficit.
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She Blinded Me With Science

Unbeknownst to many undergraduate students on campus, professors from various fields of the sciences visit this University almost every day to discuss their research findings and current work.
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Chartwells:One More Year

With the University’s beverage contract up at the end of the semester, and the food service contract set to end at the end of this year, Stony Brook was looking at some major changes. Recently, however, the food service contract has been extended by a year, to June 2009.
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However, Hartford’s Revenge was Forthcoming

The Stony Brook Men’s Baseball team fell to Hartford, losing two straight in a double-header on Saturday, April 12 and falling 0-3 in the series. The Seawolves lost 5-3 in game one and trailed 6-1 in the second. Having lost three straight games, the Seawolves’ record is 15-14, flirting above .500 and is 4-3 in conference play. Hartford bounced up to 12-14 and 6-1 in conference play.
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Men’s Lacrosse Spears Hartford

After losing a close conference game to the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, the Stony Brook Men’s Lacrosse team bounced back, winning two conference games against Vermont and Hartford, 13-9 and 11-7 respectively.
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Undemocratic Corporate Globalization

It is no secret that the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), set up by globalist kingpin David Rockefeller, exists to push for a world government. Carroll Quigley, mentor to Bill Clinton and member of CFR, says himself, "The Council on Foreign Relations...believes national boundaries should be obliterated and one-world rule established." In an effort to make this a reality, they have used incrementalism as a way to gain gradual acceptance of their plans.