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Our Stories Carried Us Here brings immigrant and refugee visionaries to the Wang Center

“Our Stories Carried Us Here” brings immigrant and refugee visionaries to the Wang Center

Michelle Chen September 14, 2021
Anyone who has visited the Wang Center since the beginning of the fall semester has probably seen passing students slow down or stop completely to take in head-turning walls of illustrated graphic panels about the intricacies of the immigration process and refugee experience.
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Halal food programs leave students hungry for more

Halal food programs leave students hungry for more

Chris Woods November 5, 2013
Changes to the Faculty Student Association’s halal offerings this semester have left some students struggling to find adequate food on campus. Following the recontracting of the Jasmine food court this fall, the court no longer has the proper facilities to prepare halal meals. Instead, it relies on sealed, prepackaged “Halal NY” sandwiches from the Union Commons.
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According to the Centers for Disease Control, 3,000 people die annually from foodbourne illnesses from poor temperature control. (DAVID OCONNOR/THE STATESMAN)

Examining campus dining locations for health violations

The Statesman May 8, 2013
Take a walk into one of the 12 eateries on the Stony Brook Campus and you are met by a variety of culinary picks. From steaming Indian curries and soft breads at Café Spice—the Jasmine Food Court in the Charles B. Wang Center—to the buffet-style service at the Student Activities Center, there is something for everyone.
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Having fun in college: a guide to Stony Brook campus life

Dipti Kumar August 27, 2012
University life: BFFs, prolonged lectures, test-induced nail biting and knotted nerves. Student life at Stony Brook University is a lot like unwrapping a gift box; the excitement builds as you inch closer to revealing what is inside. With a campus spanning more than 1,400 acres, this place is filled with unexpected bursts of activities and an A to Z list of clubs students can be a part of.
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