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Inaugural Event: June 28, 2004 
A special inaugural event at Stony Brook's Manhattan location marked the launch of the University's Center for Wine, Food, and Culture. “New York State produces s (More)
STATE SECRET - New York State Wines Top The Competition
NEW YORK STATE WINES TOP THE COMPETITION IN WINE-TASTING AT STONY BROOK MANHATTAN   Center for Wine, Food and Culture Boosts Product from LI and Upstate New York State wines bested competition from all over the world in blind wine-tasting e (More)
Rhetorical Characteristics of "The Third Eye" from the DALN
This week, I read Dr. Sharma's "The Third Eye: An Exhibit of Literacy Narratives From Nepal" from Stories That Speak (More)
Dr. Paul Shepson Named SoMAS Dean
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THE FINAL PROJECT: Fitting the pieces together
I got my photographs the day after I sent them to Walgreens online. On (More)
MSRC Newsletter Vol. 3, No. 3 Spring 1992
IN THIS ISSUE MSRC Forms New International Partnerships: Eastern Europe and Italy Transferring Technology to Aid the LI Environment MISRC Course for ILI Teachers? Environmental Myths vs Reality First Open House Held LI Sound Study O (More)
Representation/Misrepresentation I: Diversity
Representation “When we talk about the books in a library, we call them a collection. But to a young reader—especially a teen reader—it’s really more of a representation.” [1. Levithan, David. “Supporting Gay Teen Literature: An Advocate (More)
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What’s Your Major?    College offers the opportunity for students to have freedom. Students are away from their parents, and are free to do as th (More)
Graduate Studies
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E-Newsletter Vol. 24 No. 1 - 17 Spring Semester 2013
E-Newsletter Vol. 24 No. 17, May 19 - 25, 2013 Information, Talks, and Publications about Atmospheres This is the final ITPA newsletter for the Spring 2013 semester.  Seminar schedules for the Fall 2013 semester will be available in mid-August (More)
Robert L. de Zafra 2nd ITPA Student Symposium
    Robert L. de Zafra 2nd ITPA Student Symposium April 28, 2005, 1-5pm Wang Center, Room 103 Background and Objectives The purpose of this sympos (More)
Yellow Brick Road
My experiences in college have been a testament to the idea that there is actually no Yellow Brick Road, as Arts & Science dean Dr. Sacha Kopp says in one of his letters to Stony Brook University students (reprinted in a blog that my professional (More)
MSRC Newsletter Vol. 5 No. 1 March 1980
FIRST STEINBERG-SQUIRES AWARD WINNER The first annual Steinberg-Squires Award, created last summer to honor the best graduate thesis produced in an academic year, was presented to David J. Hirschberg for his M.S. thesis entitled "Recent geochemica (More)
MSRC Newsletter Vol. 2 No. 5 December 1977
VIRUSES, BUBBLES, AND THEIR TRANSFER FROM SURF TO WIND Professors E. R. BAYLOR, M. B. BAYLOR, and V. PETERS of the MSRC in cooperation with their colleagues from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and the Atmospheric Science Research Center (More)
Queer Inheritance, Part I
[caption id="attachment_61" align="aligncenter" width="436"] Still from "Heaven," by Troye Sivan[/caption] In my blog post on All American Boy (More)
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