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List of 7 news stories.

  • Memories are Made of This: Dream, Disappointment, Deliverance

    I’m aware that, over the six decades since I first arrived at The Stony Brook School, faulty versions of my athletic exploits have seeped into the lore of The Brook. This is an attempt to amend the fiction with truth from 60 years ago, then 20 years, then today. 
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  • Memories are Made of This: The Stony Brook Assembly

    Six decades ago, the Stony Brook Assembly was in decline. So what? For most readers of these nostalgic narratives, that foregoing sentence has little meaning or relevance to their connection with The Stony Brook School. 
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  • Memories are Made of This: Meeting FEG

    I thank Dan Hickey for the invitation to explore my memory bank and recall from six decades ago anecdotes about athletes and coaches at The Stony Brook School. Here’s a logical sequel to the first story about the Poly Prep coach who, in 1951, gave me my first pair of track spikes.
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  • Actress Sarah Drew '98 Delivers Valedictory Address, Urges Graduates to Live in the Present

    University of Virginia
    From the steps of Old Cabell Hall, acclaimed actress Sarah Drew looked on as thousands of soon-to-be University of Virginia alumni sat earnestly amongst the backdrop of the renovated Rotunda, anticipating her words of wisdom.
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  • Memories are Made of This: How It All Began

    I’ve been asked to reminisce in writing from time to time about athletes I’ve cheered or coached over more than three decades at The Stony Brook School, starting in the fall of 1957. But my memories actually begin more than six years earlier, in the spring of 1951—65 years ago.
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  • NY state expands funding for non-public schools

    Leaders of independent, Catholic and Jewish schools reacted with elation to expanded funding for nonpublic schools for the 2016-17 academic year included in the just-passed state budget.

    “Not only does this funding help thousands of kids whose schools like ours face funding challenges, it also should be seen as a step toward breaking down the walls that have prevented public, private and parochial schools from working together to help all of our kids,” Joshua Crane, head of school at The Stony Brook School, said Friday.
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  • Chester Kayonga lifts Stony Brook School to Class C title

    Growing up in the East African country of Rwanda, Chester Kayonga’s favorite NBA player was Kobe Bryant. But Kayonga, a 6-4 senior, didn’t begin playing basketball until he was a ninth grader.

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