- 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 Caroline Morgan Of all of the things I thought about doing in college, interning at an organization about agriculture never once crossed my mind. I am the last person on Earth to know anything about farming. Yet this semester I found myself writing for AgNews at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County, or CCE,READ MORE
By Rafael Cruvinel As a sunny spring morning rises at Shinnecock Bay, workers start to load boats with equipment for the day, birds sing in the sky and a soft breeze cools the air. Clear aquamarine waters stretch to the horizon. Years ago, it was possible to spot red tides polluting these same waters, asREAD MORE
by Joseph D’Alessandro Michael Brown’s journey starts and ends in Huntington, Long Island. The headquarters of his automotive empire is a block and a half away from the garage where his father worked as a mechanic decades earlier. The Michael Brown of today is a reputable business leader, a father of three, and a generousREAD MORE
BY Maria Lynders Nobody crosses the eight lanes of Flatbush Avenue in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn without a walk signal. But on a summer evening more than three decades ago, 29-year-old Michael Anderson stumbled out into high-speed traffic after a long night of drinking. It was just past midnight, but cars and busesREAD MORE