SBP: Mr. Hart, thanks for sitting down with us tonight. SBP: Would you rather have anal sex with a questionable hooker but she violently shits all over you after[...]
For far too long The Stony Brook Statesman has continually provided a huge disservice to the Stony Brook campus community. Aside from its ad-laced razor-thin issues, sycophancy reluctance to hold elections for its officers and occasional plagiarism scandals, the quality of reporting does not impress.
Following a $29,000 operating budget deficit for the past two years, the Stony Brook Statesman’s Undergraduate Student Government budget allocation has been significantly slashed from $27,000 to $2,500.
Turning and turning in the widening gyre. The falcon cannot hear the falconer; things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
The Statesman, Stony Brook University’s oldest newspaper dating back to the Oyster Bay campus in the late 1950s, is facing the biggest cut in USG funding in it’s 53 year[...]
The October 8 issue of The Statesman was stuffed with a 12-page, full color supplement from the Human Life Alliance, a pro-life organization based out of Minnesota.