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  • An unexpected lesson in managing expectations

    An unexpected lesson in managing expectations

    • January 3, 2022

    By Maddie Lee I started my time at BoingBoing, “A Directory of Mostly Wonderful Things,” as an intern with co-founder Carla Sinclair in July of 2020. Initially, although I had the title of an intern, it felt more like a mentorship. She was very hands-on while still giving me free rein.  BoingBoing features short posts

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  • Being a journalist — not just a student journalist

    Being a journalist — not just a student journalist

    • January 3, 2022

    By Julio Taku I had the pleasure and opportunity to work as the news intern for NPR affiliate WSHU Public Radio this fall . I worked under the editorial direction of two SOCJ adjuncts who both work at WSHU, Terence Sheridan, the station’s news director, and JD Allen, the assistant news director. I learned to

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  • Becoming more ingrained in the music industry

    Becoming more ingrained in the music industry

    • January 3, 2022

    This semester, I worked with The House Music Group as a press relations intern. Though the internship only lasted for this semester, I really enjoyed it. Since the summer, I have been working on my goal of being part of the music industry. Through this internship I was able to get my foot in the

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  • A highlight of my semester

    • January 3, 2022

    By Angelina Zingariello For my Fall 2021 JRN 489 internship, I did public relations for the Stony Brook  Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies (WGSS) department. I wrote feature stories for the newsletter, ran the department’s Instagram account and wrote for its blog. For the newsletter, I interviewed WGSS alumna Suzanne Staub and wrote a feature

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