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(Pictured) a doll wrapped in a lettuce leaf. Jonathan Fisher and George Carrano have led multiple participatory photography initiatives that focus on photography with a deeper meaning. COURTESY//SEEING FOR OURSELVES

Photography making a difference: tackling issues from probation reform to climate action

Sonya Gugliara September 3, 2023
High school students from across Suffolk County will be using photography to spread climate change awareness as a part of a participatory photography program in the upcoming school year. This program will open up the climate conversation to a younger generation.
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Sex and Relationships special issue photoshoot

Sex and Relationships special issue photoshoot

Rabia Gursoy March 28, 2021
For this year's Sex and Relationships Special Issue, The Statesman chose the theme "body positivity." Seven participants chose to step in front of our cameras and tell us their stories. Photography by Sara Ruberg, Rabia Gursoy and Gabby Pardo.
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The Statesmans assistant multimedia editor Rabia Gursoy taking a photo of herself in a window. RABIA GURSOY/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook University student photographers share tips and tricks to capturing the perfect photo

Caroline Morgan March 27, 2021
Photography makes important moments last. Though it captures the best and worst times, they are all moments to remember.     
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The logo for the organization, Artists for Nancy. CLIFF BALDWIN/ARTISTS FOR NANCY

“Artists for Nancy” will present artists and activists in panel discussion

Natasha Nelson September 15, 2020
"Artists for Nancy", an organization which empowers political activism through art will present a Zoom panel this Wednesday, September 16, at 6 p.m.
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Signs of destruction at an entrance to the Baquedano metro station near Plaza Italia, ground zero of the protest movement in Santiago.

A final letter from Santiago, in photos

Eric Zolov December 5, 2019
A collection of photos taken by Eric Zolov of the recent turmoil encompassing Santiago, Chile. The protest movement resulted in crumbling infrastructure and blind protesters.
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PHOTO CREDIT: RACHEL EYLER

Bloomberg Businessweek editor examines campfire stories and emotion in ‘My Life As’ lecture

Ross O'Keefe October 27, 2019
Joel Weber, journalist and editor of Bloomberg Businessweek, spoke as part of the “My Life As” speaker series on Monday, Oct. 23. Weber graduated from the University of Oregon in 2003 with a bachelor's degree in journalism with an emphasis in magazine journalism
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A Buddhist ritual signalling the end of the day being performed by one of the temples monks. Buddhism emphasizes teaching not just humans, but all life on earth. As a result, the ceremony is meant for the surrounding forest just as much as the temple itself. (CHRISTOPHER CAMERON / THE STATESMAN)

A close-up look inside SUNY Korea: Part II

Christopher Cameron August 16, 2015
You may have seen an earlier gallery of Stony Brook University’s Study Abroad program at SUNY Korea, but that was not all the campus had to offer.
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An example of the unconventional architecture of Songdo, this bridge overlooks the Central Park saltwater canal. CHRISTOPHER CAMERON / THE STATESMAN

A close-up look inside SUNY Korea

Christopher Cameron June 27, 2015
SUNY Korea offers an exchange of cultures, innovative ideas and life experiences to its students.
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(NATHALY SIERRA / THE STATESMAN)

Satellite exhibit highlights different personalities at SBU

Krysten Massa September 15, 2014
The diverse personalities that exist at Stony Brook were seen on Thursday at the reception of the 2014 Satellite art exhibition, which will remain in the SAC Art Gallery until Oct. 2.
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Viewing black bodies through photography

Chelsea Katz February 25, 2013

From the first caricatures of controversial character Sarah Baartman to posing in photos to female empowerment and exploiting stereotypes, Deborah Willis, the chair of photography and imaging at New York...

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Arielles Tribeca Blog #1: My Red Carpet Experience with Kenneth Ho.. and Some Other Thoughts.

Arielle’s Tribeca Blog #1: My Red Carpet Experience with Kenneth Ho.. and Some Other Thoughts.

Arielle Dollinger April 22, 2011

  Today was my first day covering the Tribeca Film Festival, which has been showcasing independent films for 10 years now and was created as a way to bring people back to the area where the...

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