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Antisemitic incident at Stony Brook carnival draws reactions from students, administrators

Jeremy Portnoy October 4, 2022
Antisemitic symbols and phrases were written in a public area during Stony Brook University’s “Wolfieland” carnival on Sept. 10. Student leaders say it is the latest in a series of antisemitic incidents on campus throughout the past year and a half.
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 pepole of Hindu riligion alighted candle and clay lamp in their house and temples at the festival time. WIKIMEDIA COMMONS CC BY-SA 4.0

Stony Brook should be more tolerant of religious holidays

Kraig Klein September 28, 2018
But Stony Brook isn’t as tolerant as it depicts itself to be.  How else can you explain the fact that we have no days off for important religious holidays?
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The Monuments Men falls far short of its potential

Anusha Mookherjee February 24, 2014
World War Two has plenty of stories for us to learn about as viewers. Though historically accurate, compelling and riveting, "The Monuments Men" did not do the story justice. For the dramatic plot of taking back stolen art from Nazi Germany, it was expected that the film would either stay focused on being a drama, or avoid hard-hitting subjects and remain a comedy.
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