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Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce a fifteen minute news show every week, providing updated news and information about Stony Brook University as well as national, international news and weather.

In three minutes, journalism students in the introductory broadcast class (JRN 310) provide updated news and information about Stony Brook University as well as national, international news and campus calendar.
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Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their 9th news show of the Spring ’17 semester which includes: a new health clinic opens at the center of campus; a breakdown of the qualifications for free state school tuition; a recap of Seawolves Sports and this week’s weather.
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Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their 8th news show of the Spring ’17 semester which includes: free tuition on its way to Stony Brook University; students stand in a prayer circle for solidarity; a profile of a female iron worker from Long Island who is breaking down more than just metal; a recap of Seawolves Sports and this week’s weather.
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Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their 7th news show of the Spring ’17 semester which includes: how Stony Brook...
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Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their 6th news show of the Spring ’17 semester which includes: a profile of the "Scarves for Solidarity" event, a game that shows how SBU graduates may pan out in the professional world, a recap of Seawolves Sports and this week’s weather.
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Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their 5th news show of the Spring ’17 semester which includes: we look into a free speech controversy at the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, Roth Regatta brings in a National Award, Veterans are adjusting to life at home through stand-up comedy, a recap of Seawolves Sports and this week’s weather.
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Stony Brook News - February 20, 2017 - Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their 4th news show of the Spring ’17 semester which includes: Campus Housing's alternative solutions to vacancies, New York Times Editor Dean Baquet adresses Stony Brook University about changes in journalism, Black History Month comes to a close, a recap of the Oscars and this week’s weather.
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Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their third news show of the Spring ’17 semester which includes: the ethical and moral implications of having restaurant Chic-fil-A as a sponsor for Stony Brook University's Athletic department, see what students invent during the University's first ever "Hack-a-thon", President's Day trivia, a recap of Seawolves Sports and this week’s weather.
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Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their second news show of the Spring ’17 semester which includes: an interview with Stony Brook University Professor who predicted President Trump's win....and his chances for 2020, what do students think about the new Jamaican eatery Island Soul, what are SBU students doing this Valentine's Day, a recap of Seawolves Sports and this week’s weather.
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Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their FIRST news show of the Spring ’17 semester which includes: how Stony Brook University responded to the President Trump's travel ban, an investigation of Dean Ecklund departure, the opening of the new Starbucks in the Melville Library, a recap of Seawolves Sports and this week’s weather.
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Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their 12th and FINAL news show of the Fall ’16 semester which includes an...
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Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their tenth news show of the Fall ’16 semester which includes the grand opening...
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Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their ninth news show of the Fall ’16 semester which includes an interview with...
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Stony Brook News - October 31, 2016 - Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their eighth news show of the...
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Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their seventh news show of the Fall '16 semester which includes a recap of...
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Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their sixth news show of the Fall '16 semester, which includes a recap of...
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Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their fifth news show of the Fall '16 semester, which includes a profile of...
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Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their fourth news show of the Fall '16 semester, which includes an update on...
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Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their third news show of the Fall '16 semester, which includes a preview of...
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Journalism students in the advanced broadcast class (JRN 371) produce their second news show of the Fall '16 semester, which incluides breaking news on...

In three minutes, journalism students in the introductory broadcast class (JRN 310) provide updated news and information about Stony Brook University as well as national, international news and campus calendar.

LATEST BROADCAST STORIES

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Abigail Wolfenberger reports on this year's Stony Brook Jazz Fest. The traditions, the music, and the people come to life in this story for the Stony Brook Newscast.
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Abigail Wolfenberger
Women in science working together to overcome obstacles and find support in their professional lives are the focus of this segment from the Stony Brook News.

LATEST MULTIMEDIA STORIES

Yingzi Dong | The Osprey
On Sunday April 9, thousands of people gathered to enjoy the annual Spring Car Show and Swap Meet at Belmont Racetrack, held by Long Island Cars.

Jordan Boyd and Noah Buttner | The Long Islander
The museum exhibit, titled “From the Arcade to the Living Room,” running now through December, offers attendees the chance to play every system from the Atari 2600, to the Playstation.

The Long Islander
New regulations issued by Little League Baseball and the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFSA) in November 2016 came into effect on Opening Day, Monday, April 3, 2017.

Arielle Dollinger | VICE News
Libraries and colleges across the country are trying to educate people into being better, more discerning consumers of news. SoJ Alum Arielle Dollinger explores this movement in her piece for VICE.

Taylor Ha |Stony Brook Statesman
These students didn’t hack computer systems in the traditional sense. Instead, they marshaled their computer science skills toward engineering innovative, useful software.