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  • Covering the Arts at WSHU

    Covering the Arts at WSHU

    • January 3, 2023

    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,”

  • The Romance of Wooden Boats

    The Romance of Wooden Boats

    • October 25, 2022

    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 at

  • Trying Something New

    Trying Something New

    • June 2, 2022

    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 felt

  • Exploring Long Island from my bedroom

    Exploring Long Island from my bedroom

    • June 2, 2022

    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, I