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(From left to right) Guitarist JinJoo Lee, bassist Cole Whittle and lead vocalist Joe Jonas perform at Brookfest on April 30. ERIC SCHMID/THE STATESMAN

Brookfest 2017 faces a cloudy day and a small audience

Katarina Delgado and Kayla McKiski April 30, 2017
Brookfest 2017 had music by DNCE, Joey Bada$$ and Alison Wonderland, food trucks, t-shirts and a new venue, but it was missing the crowd.
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Mariah Carey performing at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards. Careys hit song All I Want for Christmas is You is stillDISNEY ABC TELEVISION GROUP/FLICKR VIA CC BY-ND 2.0

Christmas songs are back again

Katarina Delgado December 4, 2016
Spotify has classified over 1.3 million tracks as Christmas music, and users have created nearly 16 million Christmas-themed playlists.
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A member of the Hancock County GlamourGals chapter applies nail polish on Clarabelle,a senior citizen at Findlay Fox Run Assisted Living in Findlay, Ohio, in September. COURTESY OF HANCOCK COUNTY GLAMOURGALS

GlamourGals aims to beautify Long Island senior citizens

Katarina Delgado November 27, 2016
Founded on Long Island, GlamourGals is a national volunteer organization of high school and college-aged students that give makeovers to citizens living in senior homes.
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Native American Heritage Awareness Program Series planned for November

Native American Heritage Awareness Program Series planned for November

Katarina Delgado November 3, 2016
With the Native American Heritage Month kicking off yesterday, Stony Brook’s first program series honoring Native Americans is underway.
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Stony Brook gamers Battle for the Brook

Stony Brook gamers “Battle for the Brook”

Katarina Delgado October 2, 2016
Student League of Legends gamers flocked to the Student Activities Center Ballroom on Oct.1 to “battle for the brook.”
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“BLACKOUT” brings second annual celebration of cultural unity

“BLACKOUT” brings second annual celebration of cultural unity

Katarina Delgado September 18, 2016
“BLACKOUT”, hosted by the African American Student Union and Black Womyn’s Association, brought minorities together for a welcome back barbecue social on Sept. 17.
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Fetty Wap closed out Back to the Brook with Trap Queen. ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

Back to the Brook 2016: Fetty Wap and RL Grime came Stony Brook’s way

Katarina Delgado and Kayla McKiski September 13, 2016
“With his good eye, I want him to wink at me,” Andrea Mendes, a junior health science major who was at the front of the line, said about Fetty Wap.
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The Hindu Students Council hosts annual Holi event

Katarina Delgado April 19, 2016
Puffs of color floated into the blue sky on Sunday, April 16 as SBU Hindu Student Council celebrated Holi in the Mendelsohn Quad pit.
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A modern take on Shakespeare’s As You Like It

A modern take on Shakespeare’s “As You Like It”

Katarina Delgado April 14, 2016
Shakespeare’s romantic comedy “As You Like It” is adapted for modern audiences in the Department of Theatre Arts' performances running April 7 to April 17.
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Tosc-A-Riginal highlights talent in Tabler Quad

Katarina Delgado February 18, 2016
Toscanini College held Tosc-A-Riginal night on Feb. 10 in the Tabler Blackbox Theater to celebrate talent, creativity and community among ACH poets, singers and songwriters.
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Once rejected from Stony Brook, Paul Reiser makes his mark years later

Once rejected from Stony Brook, Paul Reiser makes his mark years later

Katarina Delgado February 9, 2016
Long-time actor, author, musician and comedian Paul Reiser performed his latest stand-up comedy show at the Staller Center for the Arts on Feb. 6.
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Stony Brook rowing makes waves in Port Jefferson

Stony Brook rowing makes waves in Port Jefferson

Katarina Delgado December 2, 2015
The rowing club has been working toward this success for decades. The crew program began on the original Oyster Bay campus around 1958 before the Stony Brook campus was built.
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