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The COVID-19 virus. PUBLIC DOMAIN

SBU hosts live panel on the coronavirus

Rabia Gursoy March 14, 2020
Interim President Michael Bernstein hosted a panel on the coronavirus, streamed live on Stony Brook University’s Facebook page, on March 13.
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Millennial science PHOTO CREDIT: CAUTNEY NELSON

Stony Brook student Cautney Nelson starts nonprofit STEM education club

Sherin Samuel November 3, 2019
When Cautney Nelson, 23, first created her nonprofit Millennial Science in December 2018, she wanted to put a fun twist on making research articles more digestible for readers. Nelson soon switched gears to bringing Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) programs to children in low-income areas.
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Metro Tobalaba station in Santiago, Chile. PHOTO CREDIT: ERIC ZOLOV

A letter from Santiago

Eric Zolov October 21, 2019
We're living in a different country from that of last Thursday. No one saw this coming. The media, colleagues and friends — everyone is trying to come to terms with what happened, what it means and where the country goes from here.
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The official poster for the French film, Lola and Her Brothers. PUBLIC DOMAIN

Review: “Lola And Her Brothers”

Melissa Azofeifa August 5, 2019
The French film, “Lola and Her Brothers,” directed by Jean-Paul Rouve, closed the 10-day Stony Brook Film Festival on Saturday night, July 28.
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Yes, it is OK to still want your Teddy bear

Yes, it is OK to still want your Teddy bear

Emily Benson October 9, 2016
I don’t need or want constant protection, but who said there was anything wrong with seeking it out once in awhile?
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Children’s education program hopes to continue success

Ryan Wolf February 18, 2014
This summer, Stony Brook University students will travel to Wyandanch, Long Island with the hopes of helping children in poverty-stricken neighborhoods to increase their interest in learning.
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Burn Center Patient Burns Up Time with Xbox

Elvira Spektor May 5, 2011

Devin Stinsman is no angel. He is 4’8' and lanky like a string bean. He has dirty blonde hair and curious brown eyes. He always has a “devilish look” in those eyes, his mother, Dee Stinsman, says.   Devin...

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