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Marilyn Simons contributes $25 million to the Stony Brook economics department

Marilyn Simons has decided to contribute a personal gift of $25 million to Stony Brook's economics department after years of running the Simons Foundation with her husband James. Credit: Newsday / Yeong-Ung Yang

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