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Author Archives: Ciara Kernan
Tweet Editing is the best, except when it isn’t. Today, we spent a lot of time going over all the things we had done so far — written articles, videos, photos — in preparation for putting them up on the … Continue reading
It was the best of weeks, it was the worst of weeks…except that really it was only the best of weeks. I’ve learned so much in the past six days – from my professors, my peers, the people that I’ve gotten to interview and write about, the people who refused to be interviewed. Continue reading
During the summer, a slightly younger demographic arrives on campus, ready to participate in various intensive programs that give high school students the chance to get involved in hands-on research. Continue reading
Interviewing people for our story on summer high school research programs; misusing the autofocus button. Continue reading
I always have trouble with writing a lot and writing quickly – probably not the best thing for an aspiring journalist. Each word of this blog post, for example, is being carefully weighed for a few seconds before I put it down. Continue reading
Darrell Jones knows good advice when he hears it, and when his mom told him that he should take a look at Stony Brook University’s journalism program for high school students, he jumped at the chance to try something different. Continue reading
Tweet Yesterday – writing, blogging, a press conference and a lesson on shooting things from interesting angles. But most importantly… …we were let near the cameras!
I would write about my dorm (it’s nice, sort of) or the reasons I wanted to be in this program (many and fascinating), but I think we might have a more pressing problem on our hands: mad scientists. Continue reading