• Mistakes won’t break you0

    By Maria Cestero  This semester/year, I decided to intern at Greater Moriches, a local online publication based in Shirley, Mastic, Mastic Beach, Eastport, Center Moriches and Moriches. Though not all the articles I wrote were published, it was truly a great learning experience on how to work under pressure and on meeting new people. My

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  • A tale of day and night0

    By Donovan Alexis I am writing this on the last day of my internship, and honestly, this experience is something I will never forget. As clichéd as it sounds, I’m dead serious. How could I ever forget my first full internship, at WSHU radio, during the year of COVID-19 pandemic?  The last 16 weeks felt

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  • Staying Active in Silent Times0

    By Ken Fermin With no sports games to cover due to the unprecedented NCAA Spring season cancellation, I was put in a precarious position; finish the internship early or keep writing. I chose to keep writing.  There is no denying the impact the COVID-19 virus had on everyone. Students were sent home to finish their

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  • You never know0

    By Frank Gargano Interning at WSHU, especially during the coronavirus epidemic (which I hope you reading this don’t ever have to go through), was challenging but extremely rewarding.  My experience with audio journalism prior to WSHU was basic to semi-intermediate. The semester before my internship, I was enrolled in Beat Reporting, and my professor pushed

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  • Writing for a new medium0

    By Paige Clarke Working as an intern at WSHU Public Radio was a highly valuable experience and one that I will carry with me as I close my chapter at Stony Brook University and pursue my career path. For 15 weeks, I produced various scripts that covered both local and national news and recorded them

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  • Getting into politics with a pro for a guide0

    By Kimberly Brown Before interning for Michael D’Antonio, I had recently become interested in politics. I had always stayed away from politics, but since the impeachment hearings began I became infatuated.  When Professor Selvin emailed us about Michael’s internship, I knew I had to give it a shot. I thought it could be very interesting

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