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Tarana Burke, the founder of the #MeToo movement, says she wants to get Long Island business leaders and government officials involved in the fight against sexual harassment and violence.

Stony Brook University

Stony Brook University will reach out to its neighbors tomorrow afternoon when it hosts its first “Comm-University” Day.

Joan Dickinson, Director of Community Affairs, says residents don’t realize that Stony Brook has an “open” campus, and that they are more than welcome not only to cultural and sports events, but also to use the resources of the various schools.

“Being a good neighbor is very important to Stony Brook University. An event like this gives us a chance to interact with our neighbors.”

Long Island Reports Record-Breaking Toxic Algae

Sep 13, 2017
Jordan Bowman / WSHU

A new study by the Clean Water Partnership finds that toxic algal blooms were discovered in every major bay and estuary across Long Island: 15 lakes and 20 beaches. This is the longest and most intense brown tide in Long Island’s recorded history.

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New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a $10.4 million investment to restore Long Island’s shellfish stocks.

Courtesy of NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

A study led by a Stony Brook University professor finds evidence of an ancient lake on Mars that could have supported life.

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