- Advanced Reporting
- April 28, 2020
Journalism major Jasmine Watson talks to a SBU alumna about her work as a therapist for young children with autism spectrum disorder during the pandemic.
By Tyler RiversJRN 217: Journalistic Reporting and Writing At the LA Fitness in New Hyde Park, Long Island, Keon Gilchrist stood, aching. Putting the deadlift bar down and urgently placing his hand on his back for support, he knew a change in his method of weight lifting was necessary. “I used to think as longREAD MORE
By Amber LewisJRN 217: Journalistic Reporting and Writing We’ve all been there before. One second you’re driving to the supermarket, making a mental list in your head of all of the groceries you need to buy, and the next you’re pulled over on the side of the highway, watching your front left tire slowly deflateREAD MORE
By Kaila StangJRN 217: Journalistic Reporting and Writing Do you ever feel like you are stuck in your own head? That no matter how hard you try, you just can’t turn your brain off? You are not alone, and the solution is simple. It’s meditation. Meditation is a way to calm your mind. You closeREAD MORE