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Join the SBU Census Committee

The 2020 Census is rapidly approaching, and your help is needed to make sure Long Island gets its fair share of the more than $678 billion in annual federal funding. Census data drives decisions on the region’s health...

(left to right, Kerri Mahoney, Alcohol and Other Drug Outreach Specialist, Officer Bica, Kathleen Valerio, Program Coordinator, Catherine Marrone, Senior Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Dr. Richard Gatteau, Dean of Students, Vice President of Student Affairs, Officer Jared King, Officer Pete Thomson, Front row left to right: SBU Chill Educators Chynna Rios, Allison Van Cott-McEntee, Kathleen DiMartino)

Narcan Training at SBU

On October 3, 2019, the first Narcan training of the semester took place inside Frey Hall at Stony Brook University. The event was dedicated to Steven Robert Van Cott, who is the younger brother of Allison Van Cott...

Walk of Hope

Second Annual Walk of Hope a Success

The second annual Walk of Hope on Wednesday, September 18, gathered more than 700 participants who together encouraged students who are in need of help to reach out. The event raised awareness about depression and...

Sydney Bell holding a baby loggerhead sea turtle after a permitted nest evacuation. This was done under the supervision of professionals and should not be attempted by members of the public.

Sydney Bell ‘22 Receives Long Island Business News “30 Under 30” Award

Sophomore Sydney Bell has been selected as an honoree of the Long Island Business News (LIBN) “30 Under 30” Award. The award honors bright and dynamic young professionals under the age of 30 who contribute to the Long...

Baby cuddler

Volunteer Baby Cuddlers Help Infants Thrive

Stony Brook Children’s Hospital’s Baby Cuddlers are trained volunteers who visit babies while they’re under care. During their three- to four-hour shifts, the volunteers rock the babies, sing lullabies and provide that...

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