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“Weekly Ice Melts” offers an interactive opportunity for visitors to observe a project that is ongoing and reflective of a climate research project.

“Weekly Ice Melts” art installation offers interactive look at climate change

Melanie Navarro September 18, 2022
Open from July 21 to Oct. 29, the group exhibition “Connecting the Drops: The Power of Water” is on display at the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery. The most recent event at the gallery was “Weekly Ice Melts” on Sept. 16.
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ICE rolls back changes after student and university backlash

Maya Brown July 13, 2020
The changes, which were rolled back on July 14, would have forced students to leave their university if they did not take any classes in-person. 
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Stony Brooks Latin American and Caribbean Studies Center (LACS) held a panel forum on immigration sanctuaries. The Director of LACS, Eric Zolov, gathered a panel of various perspectives to discuss immigration rights. CINDY MAZAKU/THE STATESMAN

LACS Center holds forum on Immigration Border Sanctuary

Cindy Mizaku May 5, 2019
The Latin American and Caribbean Studies Center (LACS) at Stony Brook University held a panel forum on immigrant sanctuary activism featuring legal, activist and academic perspectives.
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A snow plow clears snow in front of the Island Federal Credit Union in Jan. 2016.CHRISTOPHER CAMERON/STATESMAN FILE

The pros and cons of Stony Brook snow day management

Nick Zararis February 18, 2017
All in all, storm management itself was handled very well, but the response to the ensuing freezing over of high-traffic areas on campus was lacking.
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For snow cleanup, its been three successful storms

For snow cleanup, it’s been three successful storms

Michael Kohut February 9, 2016
In stark contrast to the 2015 spring semester, snow clearance following the storms has quite noticeably improved.
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Ice cream overlords hiding the truth of global cooling

Skyler Gilbert November 9, 2015
Folks, we are on the verge of perhaps the greatest environmental catastrophe of our lifetimes: Global cooling.
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Winter weather proves to be problematic for SBU club teams

Arielle Martinez March 25, 2015
The snow and ice that covered the Campus Recreation Field Complex was more than an inconvenience to sports clubs that needed to maintain their practice and game schedules.
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Snow and ice still pose a hazard to campus residents

Kelly Zegers February 25, 2014
Over the past few weeks, Stony Brook University made efforts to remove snow from walkways and roadways across campus. Despite those efforts, though, some students feel the residential buildings have inaccessible or slippery entrances.
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