Kelly Alvarado

Kelly Alvarado is a senior at Stony Brook University who is double majoring in journalism and women studies. She is currently interning for the Miller Place Mount Sinai Historical Society where she is creating virtual tours. Additionally, she started a position at The Statesman, SBU's newspaper, where she is a video intern. Kelly has interests in an array of topics like environmentalism, human rights, and immigration. She is passionate about creating visual storytelling and informative articles that will bring about change.

COVID-19 Cases Are Increasing On Long Island, See What's Being Done to Stop it

COVID-19 Cases Are Increasing On Long Island, See What’s Being Done to Stop it

As New York continues to battle the pandemic, more than 200 new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed on Long Island. This past Friday, the United States surpassed 8 million confirmed cases of COVID-19, reaching the most cases worldwide, as recorded by the John Hopkins University data tracker. The state Department of Health reported 105 new …

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Jackie Gordon v. Andrew Garbarino - The Congressional Race that Could Make History and Impact Long Island’s Political Direction

Jackie Gordon v. Andrew Garbarino – The Congressional Race that Could Make History and Impact Long Island’s Political Direction

Jackie Gordon v. Andrew Garbarino – The Congressional Race that Could Make History and Impact Long Island’s Political Direction The competition for New York’s 2nd Congressional District is keen as candidates Jackie Gordon and Andrew Garbarino fight to fill long time Republican Rep. Peter King’s seat. After representing the state for over fourteen terms, King …

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5K Run Set to Bring Awareness to Troubling Disparities in COVID-19 Deaths Among Black People

Some 200,000 Americans have been killed by the coronavirus, and a disproportionate amount of them are African Americans. Black Americans experience the highest mortality rates nationwide. About one in 1,000 have died because of COVID-19, and that can be attributed to underlying health conditions.  To grapple this issue, the Roosevelt Chamber of Commerce (RCOC) has …

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Protestors Rally Outside Brentwood State Park in Response to the Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Verdict

This Sunday about 50 protestors rallied at the Brentwood State Park, demanding justice for Breonna Taylor and other constituents affected by police brutality.  Taylor was a 26-year-old Black medical worker in Louisville, Ky. that was killed in her apartment by police officers during the execution of a no-knock warrant back in March. Former detective, Brett …

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