Answered By: Darren Chase Last Updated: Jul 30, 2014 Views: 105
Yes, the Library has the Statesman going back to its first issue in 1958, when it was called Sucolian.
You can search the Statesman archive online.
You can also see the original print version of the newspaper in the Main Stacks. Ask someone at the desk on the 3rd floor to get access.
- Main Library Stacks Cage - Cage Collection - AP2 .S77 - OVERSIZE xx.
The original print copies are also available in Special Collections and University Archives. You need to make an appointment with them.
- Archives AP2 .S77 - OVERSIZE xx.
The Library also has archives of Stony Brook Press and Blackworld.
Stony Brook Press (selected issues)
- Main Library Stacks Cage - Cage Collection - AN2 .S73 - OVERSIZE xx (incomplete)
- Archives AN2 .S73 - OVERSIZE xx (Most complete collection)
- Main Library Stacks Cage - Cage Collection - AN2 .S74 - OVERSIZE xx
- Archives AN2 .S74 - OVERSIZE xx
All three newspapers are also available in microfilm.