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Statesman Sports Spotlight ft. Kyra McFarland

Statesman Sports Spotlight ft. Kyra McFarland

Mike Anderson February 23, 2023
In the first episode of the spring 2023 semester, Sports Editor Mike Anderson sits down with junior infielder Kyra McFarland of the Stony Brook University softball team.
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The official jeen-yuhs movie cover from Netflix. PUBLIC DOMAIN

“Jeen-yuhs”: Kanye West and the reality of unmedicated heartbreak

Skylar Sena February 28, 2022
Following an ugly divorce from Kim Kardashian — characterized by petty house purchases, “Skete” Davidson and the muse from “Uncut Gems” — the rapper-turned-fashion designer has created quite a stir on the platform. 
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Stony Brook Student Health Services offers mental health services through Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). Twenty-five percent of African Americans seek treatment for mental health issues, compared to 40 percent of white individuals. THE PEOPLE SPEAK!/FLICKR VIA CC BY 2.0

People of color must stop treating mental health as taboo

Samiha Ahmed April 8, 2018
I've noticed that older people of color stigmatize mental illness for various reasons.
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Stony Brook University hosted the third annual TedxSBU conference on Friday, Nov. 9. MICHAELA KILGALLEN / THE STATESMAN

Students, faculty, alumni spread ideas through TEDxSBU

Michaela Kilgallen November 8, 2015
During her freshman year at Stony Brook, Jacqui Albin believed she no longer existed. She would simply respond with “I’m not here” whenever someone acknowledged her presence.
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The Brain Team: finding ways to unlock the mysteries of the brain

The Brain Team: finding ways to unlock the mysteries of the brain

Briana Lionetti November 4, 2015
The team is trying to answer crucial questions that could potentially lead to treatments for brain diseases such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and PTSD.
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