7/22/2014 (WCBS-TV) News Dangerous Blue-Green Algae Turn Long Island Waterways Toxic
Out of control algae have become a serious problem in Suffolk County, and experts said the build-up has turned some of the waterways toxic..."If the water is any suspicious green color, I would say stay away. You don't want to put yourself at risk," said professor Christopher Gobler of the Stony Brook University School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
7/23/14 (HealthDay) Keep Your Teens Safe on the Road This Summer
Car crashes are the leading cause of accidental death among American teens, and parents need to take steps to keep their teens safe when they're on the road this summer, an expert says.
7/21/2014 (Filmmaker) Lauren Wolkstein Talks Stony Brook Southampton and Killer Films' 20/20/20 Filmmaking Intensive
Stony Brook Southampton's 20/20/20 intensive filmmaking course offers participating students an opportunity to learn the practical and technical tricks of the trade from Killer Films' Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler.
7/21/14 (Newsday video) Lloyd Neck teen receives final cancer treatment
The Gutman family received a shock in January when 18-year-old Kyle was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma. After six months of treatment, Kyle had his final appointment on July 16, 2014, and was given a clean bill of health. Stony Brook Children's Hospital recently awarded Kyle with the Daniel Brooks Memorial Educational Award.
7/21/14 (Newsday) Stony Brook cancer survivors receive college scholarships
For Rachel Ragone, school came first, and no matter how tough things got, giving up was not an option. That work ethic pushed her to fifth place in her class of almost 300 students at Eastport-South Manor Junior-Senior High School.