Newscasts


Stony Brook News – May 12, 2014

Journalism Students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their 12th news show of the Spring ’14 semester. In this week’s show: Stony Brook University announces the new Athletic Director; we look back at Dean Stein’s over 30 years of service at SBU; Graduations recurring problem of lack of tickets and this week’s weather. Continue reading

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Stony Brook News – May 5, 2014

Journalism Students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their 11th news show of the Spring ’14 semester. In this week’s show: How safe is “Watching the Gap” on the LIRR; the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science investigates “What is color?”; the cost of building one of those boats at “Roth Regatta” and this week’s weather. Continue reading

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Stony Brook News – April 28, 2014

Journalism Students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their 10th news show of the Spring ’14 semester. Continue reading

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Stony Brook News – April 21, 2014

Journalism Students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their 9th news show of the Spring ’14 semester. In this week’s show: see how big business is causing big problems for homeowners on long island; USG cuts the budget for Student Media; ‘hitting on chicks’ takes up a whole new meaning at the Student Recreation Center and this week’s weather. Continue reading

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Stony Brook News – April 14, 2014

Journalism Students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their 8th news show of the Spring ’14 semester. In this week’s show: SBU President Dr. Samuel Stanley discusses the Ebola outbreak in West Africa; the legal smoking age has gone to 21 in NYC, how would that effect local businesses if the same was done here; sports clubs now have a turf field and 2 grass fields to call their own and this week’s weather. Continue reading

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Stony Brook News – April 7, 2014

Journalism Students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their 7th news show of the Spring ’14 semester. In this week’s show: find out who is running for USG…and who is not; what is replacing Diversified Education Curriculum; a recap of the Stony Brook Strongest Competition and this week’s weather. Continue reading

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Stony Brook News – March 31, 2014

Journalism Students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their 6th news show of the Spring ’14 semester. In this week’s show: how is the University planning to accomidate students for housing; what do students gain when they loose sleep; a recap of Seawolves Sports and this week’s weather. Continue reading

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Stony Brook News – March 10, 2014

Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN371) produce their 5th news show of the spring ’14 semester. In this week’s show: a doctor at Stony Brook Hospital is able to identify heart disease in patients within minutes; what hazard did the snow leave behind on the University roads; a recap of Men’s and Women’s Basketball and this week’s weather. Continue reading

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Stony Brook News – March 3, 2014

Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN371) produce their 4th news show of the spring ’14 semester. In this week’s show: Find out how much our Spring Semester will be extended due to the snow closings; an interview with international reporter Sandra Rodriguez Nieto; a recap of the Oscars, this week in Seawolves Sports and this week’s weather. Continue reading

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Stony Brook News – February 24, 2014

Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN371) produce their 3rd news show of the Spring ’14 semester. In this week’s show: find out how the protests in Kiev are affecting both those here and abroad; why is the STEM program at Stony Brook University so unpopular among minority students; are all online classes created equal; a Seawolves Sports update and this week’s weather. Continue reading

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