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The Stony Brook Seawolves (20-4) were once again victorious. The Hartford Hawks (7-18) were the victims on Monday night and they just couldn’t contain senior Jameel Warney and the Seawolves explosive offense. The number of consecutive games won is now 16. “Jameel was terrific tonight,” Head Coach Steve Pikiell said after the game. “He wanted the ball, he was being aggressive and finished everything around the rim. We get a different look every time we play somebody and we took advantage of that. He was open when they crowded our three-point shooters.” Warney established a new career high in points with 36 and shot at a ridiculous percentage from the floor. He went 16-18 from the field and made all four of his free throws. In the first half, he scored 20 points going 9-11 from the floor. Also, he finished with 13 rebounds, with seven of them being offensive.…

Jameel Warney has been reaching impressive milestones in his senior season for Stony Brook University Men’s Basketball. At Notre Dame he picked up his 200th career block along with his 1,000th rebound, both program records. Despite the team’s 75-62 loss at Northeastern on Saturday, Warney broke ‘ Bryan Dougher’s scoring record of 1,609 career points which was set in 2012. SBU’s offense struggled at Northeastern, shooting 34.8 percent from the field. They made 23 shots all game. It was the first time this season that they were held under 25 made field goals. Warney almost contributed half of the offense, scoring a season-high 29 points and making 12 shots out of 22 attempted. He also added four blocks on the defensive end. The Northeastern Huskies started off the first half very well, scoring 38 points. They shot 62.5 percent from three point range and made 41.9 percent of their shots.…

For the first few weeks of the Spring ‘15 semester, Stony Brook University was subjected to a blitzkrieg of bad weather. The week before school was supposed to start, the media was  advertising Winter Storm Juno as the “storm of the century” with up to 30 inches of snow accumulation and winds over 40 miles per hour. Reporters were out in the field before the first flakes hit the ground and were commenting even while most statistics said New York would not be hit as hard as New England. SBU Weather, a social media suite of forecasts hosted by the Stony Brook Meteorology Club, posted a much more subdued version of the storm over Facebook, with constant and clear updates of how the storm would affect Stony Brook campus. They even posted that when the first two days of classes were cancelled, the Union erupted in a cheer. “It was…

The Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, located by the northern end of Stony Brook University, is a haven for mathematicians and physicists, especially during lunchtime. Inside this $60 million building, one only needs to climb 24 steps in order to reach a restaurant brimming with sunlight, the aroma of savory meats, salads, coffees, teas and the simple yet satisfying fragrance of warm bread. The Simons Café has even caught the eye of Edible Long Island magazine, a local branch of Edible Communities, a company that  publishes and relays information about local foods and restaurants. Now the café has won Edible Long Island’s 2015 Local Hero Award in the category of chef/restaurant. This award winning location goes largely unnoticed by a large number of people on campus. “I didn’t know the Simons Café was open to students,” said sophomore Betsy Abraham, as she picked up her meal at the Wendy’s…