Photostory Stony Brook’s Secret Places

With over 24,000 students enrolled here at Stony Brook University its safe to say that the campus is a fairly busy place bursting with activity from every side of the campus. But Is that really the case?

Even thought the SBU campus can seem crowded at times, Ive seen places that are secluded, or places some people don’t even know exist in the first place. From working on projects for earlier JRN classes I have found places on campus that most people wouldn’t even know existed in fact some of these places Ive never seen another person there.

 Hidden deep in the woods near the SAC parking lot, this bridge even though in a state of disrepair still functions, allowing students to cross this small river. Photo Credit: Stephen Infantolino

Hidden deep in the woods near the SAC parking lot, this bridge even though in a state of disrepair still functions, allowing students to cross this small river. Photo Credit: Stephen Infantolino

These places are interesting, and it could encourage readers to explore and find these places across the SBU campus.

If the angle of hidden unknown places doesn’t work out, it could be changed to just places that most students wouldn’t really know about. Like how there are hiking trails within the woods of the main campus, or how there are secret paths in-between the buildings through the woods.

Overall, I think this would be a good photo story because it will help readers visualize the places that the piece is talking about, its also about the Stony Brook campus itself so it could be more interesting to our readers.

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