#251: Stony Brook Compliments

ImageOver two thousand Facebook friends in just a few days is extraordinary, especially when the page is overflowing with positivity and kind words. Stony Brook Compliments has taken our news feeds by storm, sharing kind compliments and praise for all to see. Recognizing others for their talent, personality, intelligence and being an all around good person  puts a smile on anyone’s face. This page is completely student organized and created, with no direct connections to any established club, organization or department. Their missions is exactly in line with the Community of Awesome and the Community Pledge – to spread and promote equality, civility, responsibility and respect in a caring community (they also have a cool cover photo, which was once featured on this blog). Congratulations, Stony Brook Compliments, on all of your success! We look forward to many more compliments to come. View their page right here.

Also: We here at CoA would like to personally thank Stony Brook Compliments for an awesome suggestion. We will now be simultaneously posting all of our awesome’s directly to Facebook, instead of simply providing the link. Enjoy!

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2 Responses to #251: Stony Brook Compliments

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