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A person receiving a vaccine. Stony Brook University announced that the monkeypox vaccine will be administered on campus CHRISTIAN EMMER/CC BY-NC 4.0

Monkeypox vaccines are being administered at the Edie Windsor Health Care Center

Sonya Gugliara September 12, 2022
Stony Brook University’s Division of Student Affairs announced via email that the monkeypox vaccine is being administered at the Edie Windsor Health Care Center. 
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USG Senators present at the meeting on Sept. 8. KAYLA GOMEZ MOLANO/THE STATESMAN

USG passes two amendments in Aug. 25 Senate meeting

Saad Haroon September 12, 2022
In a meeting on Aug. 25, the USG Senate passed two amendments to their constitution; the first is an update to the office of the Executive Vice President, while the second deals with the Student Activity Fund (SAF).
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The Lot-40 parking lot in South Campus, formerly known as South-P. KAYLA GOMEZ MOLANO/THE STATESMAN

SBU makes changes to commuter parking plans

Daniel Pariseau September 12, 2022
This semester, commuter students who wish to park their vehicles in Lots 2, 3, 5 and 6a are required to purchase a Commuter Premium Permit for $112.50. Having two separate commuter parking plans has proven to be controversial.
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Boxes of the COVID-19 Vaccine. Starting Friday, Sept 9, students are no longer required to get tested for Covid-19 on a regular basis.Sgt. Sebastian Rothwyn/ CC BY-ND 2.0

Required COVID-19 Surveillance Testing Ends

Lori Saxena September 9, 2022
Starting Friday, Sept. 9, Stony Brook University will no longer require students to participate in COVID-19 surveillance testing. 
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Bethpage resident Wai Law running along the boardwalk from Seaford to Williamsburg, Brooklyn, during a 7-day charity marathon for Stony Brook University’s Thomas Hartman Center for Parkinson’s Research.  PHOTO COURTESY OF STONY BROOK MEDICINE

Long Island man runs over 320 miles for charity — and friendship

Sonya Gugliara August 24, 2022
Wai Law finished his third run for charity on July 31. He ran over 320 miles in seven days, raising money for Stony Brook University’s Thomas Hartman Center for Parkinson’s Research and The Adolescent Medicine Fund for Excellence, which contributes to Stony Brook’s Division of Adolescent Medicine.
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Members of the Youth Advisory Board. From left: Ahmad Perez, founder; Destiny Eusebio, vice chair; Jason Campos, vice outreach chair; Nathaly Cordova, outreach chair, Joshua Chan, chair.  / PHOTO COURTESY OF DR. REBECCA GRELLA

Brentwood holds first annual Youth Day

Aman Rahman August 23, 2022
Close to 1,000 people gathered at La Espiguita Soccer Academy in Brentwood on Aug. 12th for the first ever Youth Day held by the District 1 Youth Advisory Board. Organizers raised over $2,400 for school supplies and distributed around 500 backpacks.
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The 2022 iGEM team representing Stony Brook University. Competing in Paris, France, in the 2022 iGEM Competition, the teams work is focusing on deficiencies correlating to severe blood clots.  PHOTO COURTESY OF iGEM

Stony Brook’s 2022 iGEM team works to combat protein S deficiency

Ya Jing Chen July 29, 2022

Eleven Stony Brook undergraduate students are representing the university at the 2022 iGEM Competition for synthetic biology in Paris, France this October. iGEM (Internationally Genetically Engineered...

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Stony Brook students protest against sexual violence in Take Back the Night

Stony Brook students protest against sexual violence in “Take Back the Night”

Nicole Morett May 8, 2022
More than a dozen students assembled outside the Student Activities Center for the Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance’s (FMLA) annual Take Back the Night demonstration — a protest against sexual violence — on April 28.
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Students getting ready to race in Roth Regatta on April 29. DANIEL KOGAN/THE STATESMAN

Roth Regatta 2022: Racing through the Sands of Time

Lori Saxena May 8, 2022
The 33rd annual Roth Regatta took place on April 29, with the theme “Sands of Time.” Boats ranged in theme from Noah’s Ark to the Titanic, with multiple magic school buses, a Shrek-themed boat and even an army-style tank manned by ROTC students.
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Stony Brook students march in support of abortion rights

Stony Brook students march in support of abortion rights

Jeremy Portnoy and Karaline Talty May 6, 2022
A group of roughly 100 abortion rights advocates marched around the Stony Brook University campus and gave speeches on May 5 in protest of the leaked draft of a Supreme Court opinion that could overturn Roe v. Wade.
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The GSEU protesters outside the office on April 21 after handing their complaint. KAT PROCACCI/THE STATESMAN

Graduate students hand deliver grievances to Stony Brook president’s office

Viola Flowers April 25, 2022
Members of the Stony Brook Graduate Student Employees Union hand-delivered a letter of grievances to the president’s office on April 21, gathering in the administration building at 1 p.m. for a grade-in to continue their Living Wage Campaign.
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Colorized image of Hurricane Belle in 1976. Roch19571/CC BY-SA 4.0

New study shows that hurricanes are producing more rain

Daniel Pariseau April 24, 2022
Human-induced climate change caused the rainfall during the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season to climb 10% from 1850, according to a study conducted by School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences professor Kevin A. Reed and his team of meteorologists.
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