By Janet Song While finding insight and interviewing PhD candidate in math Tyler Mayer, for our group’s news project about the teen who became involved with June’s Geometry Regents exam, I realized my arms are too short to hold the microphone
Jacob “Coby” Shapiro from Commack High School has worked on videos for local news, but hopes that the Robert W. Greene Summer Institute for High School Journalists will allow him to explore more opportunities in journalism.
By Janet Song It was a good day today with my team. We finally finished our video, and I’m really excited how it turned out! Of course, watching it now is rewarding, but the video is a painful reminder of what
By Janet Song Ernie is tired. Ernie has worked himself up trying to finish articles and scripts for the video broadcasts. Ernie would like a long nap. Ernie will probably wind up sleeping at 1 in the afternoon because he
By Janet Song My first day at the Greene Gazette program has gone fine, as I’ve been able to introduce myself and become friendly with the other journalists at the campus. Still, while I am not feeling too awkward or uncomfortable
By Janet Song Today at our early morning lesson, John Williams showcased some of his award-winning photography and told us what it’s really like to work in his field. The photographer then explained to us how people are usually unaware that