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Growing up “divided,” I always saw segregation on Long Island

Maya Brown December 1, 2019
While the growing population of minorities on Long Island has increased more than 10% in the last two decades, the amount of inclusion and equity has not. A 2015 report by ERASE Racism found that Long Island continues to be one of the most racially segregated regions in the country.
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College Republicans invite Suffolk County Republican candidates to SBU

College Republicans invite Suffolk County Republican candidates to SBU

Alek Lewis October 16, 2019
Suffolk County Republican candidates were invited to Stony Brook University to speak about issues concerning college students.
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The building for Stony Brook Universitys Flax Pond Marine Laboratory. New York State has given the university $4 million to build a new hatchery there. BRIANNE LEDDA/THE STATESMAN

New hatchery to be built at Flax Pond laboratory

Brianne Ledda April 19, 2019
As part of New York State’s 2020 Executive Budget, Stony Brook University will receive $4 million to build a new hatchery at its Flax Pond Marine Laboratory in East Setauket.
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Stony Brook alumni open bakery in Patchogue

Brittany Bernstein February 28, 2017
After graduation, some college students continue their education or go to work for someone else, but not Stony Brook University graduates Kimberly Burkart and Nicole Ramirez.
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Cabo Fresh is one off-campus eatery that offers Stony Brook students a discount with their student ID. ERIC SCHMID/THE STATESMAN

The off-campus perks of having Wolfie Wallet

Chereese Cross October 20, 2016
Your student ID is more than just a card with your name, ID number and a picture you may no longer look like.
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Residential Safety Program available as ever after campus robberies

Jasmine Blennau September 18, 2013
On September 13, Chief of Police Robert J. Lenahan sent out a campus update to the Stony Brook University community regarding the robbery that took place on the evening of September 1 and the attempted robbery that took place two days later. In the first incident, a student was approached by two to three males who threatened the victim and took his phone and U.S. currency. In the second related incident, three students were approached by two males who displayed an Airsoft pistol and demanded money.
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