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Festival of Lights in Student Activities Ballroom A on Dec. 4. SAMANTHA ROBINSON/THE STATESMAN

Festival of Lights Illuminates Stony Brook

Samantha Robinson December 8, 2019
Stony Brook University held its 19th annual Festival of Lights on Dec. 4 to celebrate the holiday season.
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Anh Nguyens work, above, features two traditional southern Vietnamese garments made out of potato paper bags and flowers. The installment is part of the Wang Centers latest exhibit Potasia, on view through June 15. ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

POTASIA celebrates the artwork of a household staple

Syreeta Yelverton March 20, 2018
The Charles B. Wang Center’s newest exhibit, “POTASIA: Potatoism in the East,” showcases potato art.
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The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Office in Dec. 2012. GULBENK/WIKIMEDIA COMMONS VIA CC BY SA 3.0

Immigration lawyers educate students on Muslim travel ban

Jill Ryan February 2, 2017
The State Department has stated visas from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen will be revoked.
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SBU alum turns art passion into art academy

SBU alum turns art passion into art academy

David Pepa September 8, 2016
Stony Brook University alum James Anzalone opened the doors to The Art Academy of Long Island in Merrick on Sept. 3.
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The Undergraduate Student Government organized a candlelight vigil on Nov. 17, 2015 for those who suffered from attacks in Paris, Beirut and other places around the world. CHRISTOPHER CAMERON/THE STATESMAN

USG holds candlelight vigil for victims of terror attacks

Andrew Goldstein November 18, 2015
USG and Dean of Students Timothy Ecklund led students in a candlelight vigil Tuesday evening for victims of the terror attacks in Paris, Beirut and around the world.
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Legendary Watergate journalist speaks at fiftieth lecture of series

Ryan Wolf October 16, 2013
Stony Brook students caught a glimpse into the past, present and future of the American press through the eyes of world-renowned journalist Carl Bernstein at the fiftieth “My Life As” presentation on Tuesday night.
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Arab-Israeli Discussion Forum Gets Heated

March 20, 2002
The Provost Global Issues Lecture series continued last week with Dr. Daniel Pipes, a renowned columnist for both the New York Post and Jerusalem Post. He is recognized as one of the leading scholars on the Middle East. Sponsored by Hillel, the lecture began with a rundown of Dr. Pipe's extensive list of accomplishments and qualifications, not the least of which was a PhD in History from Harvard
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