Monthly Archives: October 2012

#233: Sandy Support

Hurricane Sandy has devastated parts of Long Island, New York City and surrounding states – places that many Stony Brook students, faculty and staff consider home. Yet through it all, everyone has come together to get through this tough time. … Continue reading

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Mini-break is over!

Our last post was on October 18th, and that is far too long ago. There has been no shortage of awesome things happening at Stony Brook, but there has been a shortage of time for the administrators of this blog. We … Continue reading

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#232: Pre-Nursing Society

The Pre-Nursing Society is not a new organization on campus, but their efforts so far this year have been incredible! Many clubs spend their time concerned with their own operation and have a hard time reaching out beyond the campus … Continue reading

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#231: Fight the Flu!

As the weather gets colder and less predictable, the flu is a possibility that everyone should prepare for. Luckily, Student Health Services offers the flu vaccine to faculty and staff for $25 and free for all Stony Brook Students!  Kate V. … Continue reading

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#230: Cathrine Duffy

Alexa G and Chrissy S. submitted this great summary of a great person: “Cathrine Duffy is a literal super hero of the Dean of Students suite. New to the office last year, she has gone above and beyond her role … Continue reading

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#229: Quickly Fundraising

Clubs and Organizations receive money from the Undergraduate Student Government to hold programs and events, but sometimes it is not enough and they need to think of creative ways to raise money. Sigma Phi Delta – “The Premier International Fraternity … Continue reading

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#228: Jacqueline Reich

Professor Reich teaches in the Cinema and Cultural Studies department, concentrating on Italian and Italian American studies. She also serves as the Faculty Director for the Undergraduate College of Arts Culture and Humanities, and an anonymous biology student thinks that … Continue reading

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