Come celebrate everything that makes the Stony Brook University community unique and united at Campus Appreciation Day — featuring the annual Diversity Day and Strawberry Festival — on Wednesday, May 4.
The Campus Appreciation Day event will be held from 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. on the boulevard inside of East Side Dining.
Since its inception in 1993, Strawberry Fest has been a favorite campus tradition. Enjoy a mouthwatering strawberry-themed menu, the spring weather, and take a break from classes and studying.
Enjoy a free Strawberry Fest lunch sponsored by the President’s Office at East Side Dining which includes:
- Pan Roasted Strawberry Glazed Shrimp on a bed of Broccoli slaw with Red Onion, Arugula and Jalapeño (Grilled Tofu available upon request)
- Nachos with Citrus Strawberry Salsa
- Smoked Pulled Chicken Mini Burrito with Strawberry Balsamic BBQ Sauce
- Strawberry Shortcake frozen novelty bars
- Strawberry Soda
To avoid overcrowding, students on a meal plan can enjoy Strawberry Fest at West Side dine-in.
Diversity Day brings the Stony Brook community together for a day of celebrating individuals from all identities, cultures and backgrounds as we share the many dimensions of our heritages and lifestyles through music, dance performances, creative arts, and cultural games. Cultural student organizations and individual students will perform at the Diversity Day Cultural Showcase.
Diversity Day will be held inside the SAC auditorium with the music and activity stations beginning at noon, with performances beginning at 1 p.m.
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