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A picture from outside Shop Red West in 2016. Barnes and Noble STATESMAN FILE

Barnes & Noble become SBU’s bookstore operator, bringing students new hands-on opportunities

Katherine Procacci December 15, 2020
Stony Brook University has partnered with Barnes & Noble to make it the official campus bookstore and store provider as of Oct. 22, bringing students new opportunities.
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Some college students find balancing studying and socializing difficult. WOHANI/FLICKR CC BY 2.0

PSA: Textbooks are not taxed

Bryan Carroll February 9, 2018
While the operator of the campus store will change to Follett Corporation in the coming weeks, other things will stay the same in terms of the overall buying experience for textbooks on campus. Textbooks and course materials in New York are still exempt from sales tax.
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Stony Brook Universitys Amazon pick up location when it first opened. JIMENEZ/STATESMAN FILE

Bidding war underway in search of new bookstore retailer

Lisseth Aguilar November 5, 2017
After a year of serving Stony Brook students, starting this summer Amazon will no longer be the official campus bookstore retailer for the university.
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The average american reads 12 books a year. According to the Pew Research Center, seven in ten Americans read one book a year. PHOTO CREDIT: GINNY/FLICKR VIA CC BY-SA 2.0

The year of one hundred books and reviews

Andrew Goldstein February 2, 2016
My New Year’s resolution is to read 100 books. That averages to two books per week with two cheat weeks. I decided to write reviews of the books I have read.
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Great appreciation of poetry at Barnes & Noble PPA Forum Night

Arya Baes October 14, 2013
With support from the Performance Poets Association (PPA), Gladys Henderson and Ginger Williams organized a performance poet reading forum on Oct. 12 at Barnes & Noble at the Smith Haven Mall.
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