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I sat down with Stony Brook Seawolves lacrosse star Courtney Murphy and talked to  her about the women’s lacrosse team, her final college season and some fun questions about her personal life. This is your chance to get to know the 100-goal scorer. Q: You suffered a broken left hand in the first game of the season (Feb. 4 at Towson). You seem fine now. How long do you think it will be until you’re 100 percent? A: Not really sure yet. Doctor said a normal person would be around six to eight weeks. I came back in two. It depends on how it heals. It’s a week-to-week thing right now. Q: With you being a senior is there any added pressure on you  winning the NCAA championship this year? A: Yes and no. I don’t think it’s added pressure, but it’s added fuel to the fire knowing this…

Evan Jackson Leong, 37, has been working on Snakehead, a film about the New York Chinatown underworld, for nearly 10 years. He is best known for directing the 2013 Sundance selection film, Linsanity. D: What jump-started the idea for Snakehead? E: I was inspired by the story of Sister Ping in New York Chinatown. The story of what she represents in the community, but also what she did and the way it all happened, was all very intriguing to me. I realized that’s a story that I’ve never seen on film or in movies, and I know a lot of strong Asian women in my life that aren’t necessarily dragon ladies and aren’t necessarily submissive, they’re three-dimensional. But there’s a lot of powerful and strong woman leaders in the community and I can relate to that. So I know what she is, I know what kind of Chinese woman she…