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A thread of posts of Turkish women who were murdered by men. The posts aim to highlight the femicide rates in Turkey. STOPFEMICIDES/INSTAGRAM

Black and white selfies on social media bring awareness to violence against women

Rabia Gursoy and Falah Jalali August 24, 2020
The Stony Brook Press' Falah Jalai and The Statesman's Rabia Gursoy report on femicide in the countries of Turkey and India, highlighting how the new Instagram trend #ChallengeAccepted aims to increase awareness about violence against women.
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Stony Brook students putting away boxes into their cars. GARYGHAYRA/THE STATESMAN

Students face uncertainty after campus residences close

Claudia Motley March 20, 2020
Stony Brook University students received the email on March 17: Residents within driving distance have 48 hours to vacate their dorms, and all other residents have only until March 20.
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The United Nations General Assembly Hall. CINDY MIZAKU/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook students tour U.N. with Israeli Consulate

Cindy Mizaku November 15, 2019
“There’s a lot of stuff not covered in the media about Israel, such as hospitals taking in Syrian refugees and giving them medical care, or even their humanitarian efforts across the globe, sending people to natural disasters or helping with water crises.”
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A turkey struts through a field. DON MCCULLOUGH/FLICKR VIA CC BY-NC 2.0

The war on Thanksgiving

Luis Ruiz Dominguez November 22, 2017
What else could you drown and murder in gravy?
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Wearing one’s religion prompts controversy

Sophie Carr November 12, 2013
Yet another inexplicable phenomenon is quickly permeating society today. That peculiar human desire to control what confuses us is steadily gaining in popularity. We have all experienced this feeling at some point: the tendency to result in absolute, merciless tyranny when dealing with train connections or perhaps the occasional bus schedule. Or maybe even others’ religious behavior. This has certainly become a favorite among university faculty.
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College gal cooking: Thanksgiving roast turkey

Emily McTavish November 4, 2013
Learn how to make a full, healthy meal of turkey and autumn vegetables, which will also make your kitchen smell a lot more like home.
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The Turkish-American Student Organization aims to share Turkish culture and traditions with the Stony Brook community. (MEHMET TEMEL/ THE STATESMAN)

Turkish students find American education appealing

Hanaa’ Tameez April 22, 2013

Instead of an hour drive or a two-hour train ride to get home at the end of this semester, sophomore psychology major Ipek Demirgezer will have to endure a longer journey to see her family: a 12-hour...

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