The Statesman (Stony Brook)

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The Statesman
The Statesman, 14 April 2014.png
The Statesman, April 14, 2014
Type student newspaper
Format Print, Online
Owner(s) Statesman Association Inc.
Founded 1957
Headquarters Stony Brook, New York

The Statesman is the oldest newspaper at Stony Brook University, a flagship university of the SUNY (State University of New York) system. It was founded in 1957 as the Sucolian at the State University Campus On Long Island at Oyster Bay, the precursor to Stony Brook University.

The Statesman Today[edit]

The Statesman publishes news online daily, with a print component appearing on newsstands weekly on Monday afternoon. The Statesman is also delivered to various off-campus locations in the surrounding community.

The staff for the 2014-2015 academic year is as follows:

  • Editor-in-Chief: Rebecca Anzel
  • Managing Editors: Mike Daniello, Keith Olsen
  • News Editor: Hanaa' Tameez
  • Arts & Entertainment Editor: Giselle Barkley
  • Opinions Editor: Niveditha Obla
  • Sports Editor: Joe Galotti
  • Multimedia Editor: Heather Khalifa
  • Web and Graphics Editor: Will Welch
  • Copy Chief: Briana Finneran


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