By Sarah Graziano Saint John the Baptist Diocesan High School and Maia Noah Harborfields High School WUSB 90.1 FM has marked its fourth decade of service by moving into a new location. The Stony Brook University campus station began shifting operations to
From the shelves of big box stores and small shops alike to classrooms in elementary schools, high schools and even universities across the nation, fidget spinners are surging in popularity.
For Stony Brook University’s newest assistant vice president, health care delivery is a team sport. Dr. Marisa Bisiani, who started in the role in 2016, cited the relocation of health education services to the Walter J. Hawrys Campus Recreation Center as an example of giving students easier access to health services and integrating the units that report to her.
By Ryan Magill Center Moriches High School “Athena loves to ask the question ‘why,’” said her father, Ricardo. “She does not accept the status quo or leave things as they are. She likes to question why things are the way
By Sarah Graziano Saint John the Baptist Diocesan High School At the age of 12, Sydnee Johnson had a dream of being at the anchor desk. The senior at Preparatory Academy for Writers in Springfield Gardens and St. Albans native,
By Ebony Thompson I’m writing this from my dorm at O’Neill College at Stony Brook University, listening to Spotify to help me write. I’m tired, but today I learned a lot. It’s only the first full day of the Greene Institute,
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
Welcome to the home of the Robert W. Greene Summer Institute for High School Journalists! Our ninth year is off to a great start, with students from high schools on Long Island and in New York City. They were accepted