Stony Brook News – May 7, 2020

In our latest “at home” edition: Vice President of Student Affairs Richard Gateau talk about how the University plans to move ahead with the Covid-19 pandemic; as unemployment continues to rise, calls for reopening businesses also continue to grow; many minorities living paycheck to paycheck feel they cannot afford to stay at home during quarantine and how are dental and doctor offices changing the way they see patients.

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Stony Brook News – April 30, 2020

In the latest “virtual/at home” Edition of Stony Brook News, we take a look at how classes have transitioned to online, how oral surgery is being conducted during COVID-19, pizza donations to those on the front line battling the pandemic, and how dog adoptions have helped battle COVID-19.

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Stony Brook News – April 23, 2020

In the latest “virtual/at home” Edition of Stony Brook News, we take a look at how this years senior class can prepare to go into the workforce in the midst of Covid-19, how incoming freshman can still virtually tour the university as they become Seawolves, how the university continues to keep students and professors online and how one local business is using dogs for contactless delivery.

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Stony Brook News – April 16, 2020

In this “Virtual / At Home” edition of Stony Brook News, we take a look at how NY hospitals are dealing with the diverse population of the state, how the pandemic is affecting students and what the current political climate looks like amid the national health crisis.

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Stony Brook News — April 9, 2020

In our first “virtual / at home” edition: College students react to the stimulus check, how the Coronavirus has impacted mental health and substance abuse services, how one local resident is helping in the fight to save lives and a fun way to change your background on Zoom.

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Stony Brook News – March 3, 2020

Stony Brook News – March 3, 2020: In this week’s edition: New York’s plastic bag ban has begun, but does it go too far? A look at how the Coronavirus is impacting Stony Brook and a new way for college musicians to get discovered.

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Stony Brook News – February 25, 2020

Stony Brook News – February 25, 2020: In this week’s edition: A look at how Suffolk County proposed second-hand smoking legislation, how residents are being trained in using Narcan for drug overdoes and how you can combat Fake News in the 2020 election.

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Stony Brook News – February 18, 2020

Stony Brook News – February 18, 2020: In this week’s edition: what construction on Nicolls Road might mean for your commute; a look at the app a Kings Park woman created to help people with special needs; how Stony Brook Students are celebrating Black History Month with music and a recap of Seawolves Women’s Basketball.

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Stony Brook News – February 12, 2020

In this week’s edition of The Stony Brook News: The latest on the Coronavirus and how its affecting Stony Brook students, film director Spike Lee stopped by to give his take on race in Hollywood, see how local businesses are gearing up for Valentine’s Day and the latest in Seawolves Sports.

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Stony Brook News – October 9, 2019

Students in the Advanced Broadcasting Class (JRN 371) produce their second local newscast of the Fall ‘ 19 Semester. In this week’s show: we take a look at the Breast Cancer Coalition’s 25th annual pink flag ceremony, controversy over the newly released Joker film, and our reporter was on the scene at an old landfill in King’s Park that is being investigated for possible contamination.

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Stony Brook News – September 25, 2019

Students in the Advanced Broadcasting Class (JRN 371) produce their first local newscast of the Fall ‘ 19 Semester. In this week’s show: we take a look at how the attack on Saudi Arabian oil impacts commuters right here at Stony Brook, we break down some of the most buzz-worthy moments of New York Fashion Week and our reporter was on the scene of the Global Climate Strike in New York City last Friday.

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Roth Regatta Live 30th Anniversary Special – Full Broadcast

Watch live interviews with special guests, play-by-play race coverage and features about these “speedsters” and “yachts” made only of cardboard, duct tape and paint. Student journalists will provide live updates throughout the regatta on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

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Privilege

The recent college admissions scandal has put a spotlight on the power of privilege in higher education in this country. This semester, the advanced broadcast journalism class at Stony Brook University School of Journalism took a look at some issues involving educational privilege closer to home.

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Stony Brook News – March 11, 2019

On this week’s edition of Stony Brook News, reporter Jasmine Ganaishlal investigates discrimination for ethnic hair trends in the workplace. Reporter Jonnathan Pulla visits the most boring town in New York, right here on Long Island. And Nikolas Donadic covers sports from the week in full. Plus, this week’s weather.

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Stony Brook News – March 6, 2019

Journalism students in the advanced class (JRN 371) produce their fourth news show of the Spring ’19 semester. In this week’s episode: mayhem on the LIRR and what officials are planning to do to help fix it; why some students say they would not feel comfortable walking for graduation in the Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium and why are animals relying more on online shopping. Plus a full Recap of Seawolves sports and this week’s weather.

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Stony Brook News – February 25, 2019

Stony Brook News – February 25th, 2019: Journalism students in the advanced class (JRN 371) produce their third news show of the Spring ’19 semester. In this week’s episode New Yorkers protest U.S Intervention in Venezuela; the Muslim Community Patrol holds its first Annual Fundraiser in Brooklyn; Stony Brook student, Felicia LaLomia, takes on El Salvador as part of a humanitarian effort. . Plus a full Recap of Seawolves sports and this week’s weather.

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Stony Brook News – February 18, 2019

Stony Brook News – February 18th, 2019: Journalism students in the advanced class (JRN 371) produce their second news show of the Spring ’19 semester. In this week’s episode we dive into BLM at SBU, take a look at the rise in store vacancies on Long Island and caught up with a local couple who started a business to teach kids about art. Plus a full Recap of Seawolves sports and this week’s weather.

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Stony Brook News – February 11th, 2019

Stony Brook News – February 11th, 2019: Journalism students in the advanced class (JRN 371) produce their first news show of the Spring ’19 semester. Stories Include:

Dredging Package
The newly former Marine Revitalization Advisory council is seeking for stakeholders and publics input on the future of Suffolk County’s marine industry. They are planning on dredging the coast to benefit the tourism industry.

LaValle Stadium
Sen. Kenneth LaValle’s vote against the ban on gay conversion therapy was seen as an attack to the LGBTQ community. SBU students started a petition to change the stadium’s name.

Valentine’s day
Reporter Danielle Tomlinson met with business owners to see how much a person spends on Valentine’s day.

Plus a full Recap of Seawolves sports and this week’s weather.

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