- November 7, 2017
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.”READ MORE
Students of the Advanced Visual Reporting and Storytelling class produce their second news show of the semester. In this week’s show. we take a deep look into the Senate Judiciary hearing of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, suicide awareness month on the Stony Brook Campus and more in this weeks edition of Nichols Road News.READ MORE
SOJ alum Marzullo, a Digital Content Producer at Northwell Health, produced an ambitious and intense video project, and is spreading the inspiring story on social media.
Recent graduate Eric Schmid attended the Dow Jones News Fund training program and participated in creating this site for the Phoenix Homeless Project.
School of Journalism Special Project
Eric Schmid, a reporter from NPR affiliate WSHU Public Radio and a Stony Brook student, traveled to Washington, D.C. and spoke to concerned citizens on what they want to see out of the March For Our Lives movement.
At least three school districts across Suffolk County are considering hiring armed guards after the Miller Place School District announced it would bring on four ex-NYPD officers to improve security.