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“Need a Break”: Quarantine Edition

Melissa Azofeifa March 25, 2020
We know being in self-isolation is hard. In case you need something to distract you or something to do in between online classes, take a break and check these out!
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Pianist Gilbert Kalish, left, and baritone singer Randal Scarlata, right, presented music from Schuberts final year at the Staller Center on Wednesday, Nov. 6. ALEK LEWIS/THE STATESMAN

Gilbert Kalish and Randall Scarlata Perform songs from Schubert’s final year at the Staller Center

Alek Lewis November 11, 2019
Baritone Randall Scarlata and pianist Gilbert Kalish presented “Triumph and Tragedy: Songs from Schubert’s Final Year” at the Staller Center for the Arts Recital Hall on Wednesday, Nov. 6.
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Holocaust survivor B Stroke shows the badge she wore during the German occupation of the former Yugoslavia. ANNA CORREA/THE STATESMAN

Port Jefferson resident, who escaped the Nazis, shares her story

Virain Palta April 15, 2018
In honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day, Stony Brook Hillel invited local Holocaust survivor Beruria Stroke to share her story with students on Thursday, April 12.
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Speech Language Pathology (SLP) is  ERIC SCHMID/STATESMAN FILE

Yas or no to linguistic cultural appropriation

Andrew Goldstein September 11, 2016
Unless this kind of derogatory intent is evident, I have a hard time seeing the dissemination of culture as inherently negative.
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Gui Williams strums on Stony Brooks heartstrings

Gui Williams strums on Stony Brook’s heartstrings

Lei Takanashi November 24, 2015
Gui Williams is a senior biology and psychology major, balancing being a full time pre-med student with pursuing a career in music.
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Learning languages opens up doors to new worlds

Jonathon Kline October 21, 2014
A regret that seems to be almost universal among many people is their regret that they did not study a second language while they went to college.
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