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Next week offers students the opportunity to sample locally-grown produce during campus lifetime, and to enjoy a free cookout before the Saturday football game against American International.
The farmers market, hosted by campus dining, will be held on Sept. 10 from noon until 3 p.m. on the academic mall. Fresh fruits and vegetables will be available for purchase from local vendors. Visit the Campus Dining website for more information.
The cookout—an annual event called Wolfie’s Walk—runs from 3 to 5 p.m. on the soccer fields next to Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium. The football game against American International follows at 6 p.m. Student admission is free. Read more about the event on the Undergraduate Colleges website.
Stony Brook campus has always been full of events, all you have to do is just get out of your room and explore.