- 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 Janet Chow During my Fall 2022 Internship, I worked as an WSHU News Intern, covering arts, music, and entertainment news. I conducted interviews with organizations around Long Island and Connecticut. I wrote web copies and “cut and copies,” so the piece could be heard on the radio for their segment called “All Things Considered,”READ MORE
BY Keating Zelenke On the counters and tables inside the Frank M. Penney boat shop in Sayville, screwdrivers and rubber mallets marinate under a thin layer of sawdust in repurposed Chobani yogurt containers and old coffee tins. The smell of wooden spruce planks makes a cozy building feel cozier, and the iron wood-burning stove atREAD MORE
By Katharina Buczek I transferred to Stony Brook University during the COVID-19 pandemic and, due to the social disconnect, I felt a bit lost in my career plans. I was unsure what journalistic path really spoke to me, and that anxiety was almost paralyzing at times. Even after searching and applying for internships, I still feltREAD MORE
By Justin Mitselmakher Over the past six months, I have been interning for the Long Island Press. Not only have I practiced reporting, editing and fact-checking – I have also become more engaged in the local community. I met my soon-to-be editor, Timothy Bolger, at our school’s internship fair in November. At the time, IREAD MORE