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VESO empowers student veterans, spreads awareness among civilians

Anna Correa May 3, 2018
The Veteran Students Organization (VESO) is a group dedicated to uniting veteran students with each other and the campus community, bringing awareness to social issues and difficulties that concern veterans during their college careers and post-service lives.
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SBU Hospital ready for Ebola possibilities

SBU Hospital ready for Ebola possibilities

Mahreen Khan November 18, 2014
Stony Brook University Hospital is one of two Long Island hospitals and one of eight New York State hospitals declared “Ebola-ready” by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.
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(PHOTO CREDIT: MCT CAMPUS)

Bellevue Ebola patient should be honored, not feared

Jacqualine Ng October 30, 2014
It finally happened. Last Thursday, it was confirmed that Ebola has officially spread into New York City.
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(BRIDGET DOWNES / THE STATESMAN)

Congressional candidates voice positions in debate at Staller Center

Kelly Zegers October 29, 2014
Rep. Tim Bishop and his challenger, New York State Sen. Lee Zeldin, gave voters a chance to hear their positions on key issues of the midterm elections at the Staller Center on Monday, Oct. 27.
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How the United States handles Ebola.

Ebola: only a problem because it has reached us

Jacqualine Ng October 14, 2014
Ebola is a highly contagious viral disease that has been in Africa since 1976. Yes, that is right, Ebola has been a problem in the world for almost forty years now.
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Ebolas limited modes of transmission make it unlikely that the illness will spread in the United States. (PHOTO CREDIT : MCT CAMPUS)

Ebola is not a cause for panic, but a cause for concern

Zach Rowe October 9, 2014
Society will not last forever. However, as far as the the things that will be the coup de grace for humanity goes, Ebola is not high on that list.
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President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. said the best way to stop Ebola in the United States is to stop Ebola in Africa. (MANJU SHIVACHARAN / THE STATESMAN)

Under the microscope: Spread of Ebola epidemic from Africa to the United States unlikely

Ruchi Shah October 7, 2014
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the total number of Ebola cases could reach 1.4 million by January if further intervention or community changes are not made.
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Stanleys lecture highlights Ebola symptoms and transmission risks

Stanley’s lecture highlights Ebola symptoms and transmission risks

Elsie Boskamp September 4, 2014
As Ebola virus crisis continues to develop, Stony Brook University President Samuel L. Stanley, the chair of the National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity, spoke of the disease’s imminent risks.
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