Stony Brook News – September 10, 2018

  • September 10, 2018
Stony Brook News – September 10, 2018

Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their first news show of the Fall ’18 semester which includes: we explore changes to the Title IX policies, learn about the new WiFi network on campus for gamers, take a look at the pet adoption program at Huntington Animal Shelter, a recap of Seawolves Sports and this week’s weather.


LI Iranian Americans seek to draw attention to persecution of women in Iran
"Every minute we’re silent everyone’s life is in danger," said Sara Lejuez, a Stony Brook professor born in Iran. “They want freedom and democracy.”

Thank you @stonybrooku @SBUjournalism for putting together the recent panel concerning protests in #iran and to @johnasbury for covering this important story in @newsday

Starting at 6:30 today! Woman. Life. Freedom. Join a conversation about the women’s uprising in #Iran featuring journalists, writers and activists. Can't make it in person? Watch this space for the livestream.

The climate crisis won't be solved with science alone. Join the conversation this spring in a new, transdisciplinary class: CDS 101: Energy, Climate and Society.
Co-taught by SoCJ, @SoMAS and @SBUArtsSciences
#stonybrooku #climatecrisis #scicomm

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