Long Island has a rich history in being a place of refuge for successful jazz artists like John Coltrane who needed to escape the New York City bustle to focus on his musical compositions. Jazz musicians regarded the island as a vacation to the “countryside.”more
You wouldn’t be the first to skip right past it, or the last. Only 13 percent of people say they always read the terms of service before agreeing to them, according to an Axios-SurveyMonkey poll. But blindly agreeing to social media’s policies may have you forfeiting more than your right for a company to sell your data. It may mean your online content could legally be turned into deepfake pornography and sold.more
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On March 24, nine students from the SOJ reported from the “March For Our Lives” rally, organized and led by survivors of the deadly shooting Parkland, Florida, just five weeks before.
It was 2006 when Eminem released his song “Stan,” where he describes a crazy, over-the-top fan who ended up taking his own life because he couldn’t get the rapper’s attention. The fan’s name was Stan.more
In January, the Journalism Without Walls program went to Cuba for the third time. Six students and two professors travelled to Havana and Trinidad and filed these multimedia reports from the island nation.more
JOURNALISM WITHOUT WALLS
The Journalism Without Walls program sends students and teachers on foreign reporting trips in order to prepare them for the challenges of working in the field.
Manari Ushigua and the weight of the world
The leader of the Sápara nation has become the Sáparas’ link to the Western world, tasked with guiding his people to safety in a country that would see their territory scoured for oil.more
Studying Lifestyle of Hardship in Korea
In many ways, South Korea today remains a place still wedded to ancient Confucian values. One of the most important is a respect for learning and the learned. Few things are more honorable.more