Taking photos Monday and Tuesday was definitely the highlight of the week. I never picked up a camera or videocamera until the first full day of camp. I was totally lost when John Williams was speaking about ISO and shutter speed, but I learned a lot and I love how my photos came out of … Continue reading “Letting your “Sasha Fierce” out”
By Maya Brown and James Hinshaw
Freeport High School and Island Trees High School
Stony Brook University’s new diversity plan is designed to create an equal and open-minded atmosphere, officials and students said. While the school is the seventh most diverse in the nation, university officials and students aren’t satisfied.
Am I the only one that feels like it has been more than four days? To be honest, I feel like we have been here for at least a week. Wednesday alone felt as if it were 2 days in one. We started the morning with going out to the TV studio at Stony Brook University, where everyone … Continue reading “It’s only been 4 days?!”
It’s been two full days of the Robert W. Greene Summer Institute for High School Journalists and so far, I’ve had a wonderful time. On the second day, we learned how to use cameras and video cameras, and terms such as ISO, shutter speed and aperture. We spent about two hours taking photos around the … Continue reading “Distressed jeans”
By Maya Brown
Freeport High School
A rising junior at Hauppauge High School, Ilona Kaydanov is a self-described bookworm with a passion for journalism and thrill for reading.