The budding Long Island farmers, ages 9 to 11, this week participated in "Healthy Cooking and Baking Classes for Kids," a program launched at The Stony Brook Heights Rooftop Micro-Farm — a small outdoor farm/garden on a rooftop on the third floor of the Health Sciences Tower at Stony Brook University Hospital.
Believing vaping to be healthier, this patient smoked a cartridge a day, often chasing it with a sugar-laden energy drink to quench the resulting dry mouth. The combination left him with extensive tooth decay, enamel wear and, eventually, tooth loss.
The Stony Brook University Student Chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) strives to help students develop professionally and to familiarize students with the engineering industry by providing exposure to real-world applications. ASME is dedicated to helping students use their practical knowledge to support their community.
This summer WUSB 90.1 FM Stony Brook has marked 42 years of Long Island non-commercial college radio broadcast service — providing a community forum for innovative and commercial-free radio with public service announcements, educational use, music of varied genres and cultures, community affairs and events, campus and local news, collegiate and national sports, and other student and community-oriented programming.
“Chris is a champion for our LGBTQ* students, faculty, and staff, and has worked very hard to create an open and welcoming community for all Seawolves,” said Rick Gatteau, Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students. “I am so pleased that Chris has been elected to this important role in providing leadership and education on a national level.”