- Ashley Johnson on The hardest week of my life. The greatest week of my life.
- Natalia Barr on The hardest week of my life. The greatest week of my life.
- Natalia Barr on Liza Bell: Finding her own voice through journalism, Model UN
- Bernard Liebman on William Stieglitz: Using his imagination to the fullest
- Ms. Isom on Glenda Sanchez: Dedicated to journalism – in two languages
Author Archives: Daniel Correa
Covering a game between the Long Island Ducks and the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs was as challenging as some of the play on the field for both teams. Continue reading
The Long Island Ducks suffered their fourth straight loss Tuesday night to the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs by a final score of 5-2. The Crabs’ victory was backed by a stellar performance by their starting pitcher, former Ducks starting pitcher, Chris McCoy. Continue reading
We had the opportunity to tour Newsday and see the printing press area and giant newsroom. You couldn’t hear a pin drop in the newsroom it was so quiet. Continue reading
Paul Cohen’s deep passion for journalism began after his father convinced him to take a class in the subject when he was a freshman in high school. “I was not interested at first,” he said. “However, I tried it and it has been something I have loved ever since.” Continue reading
First off, yesterday we learned the three main components of photography, which were ISO, shutter speed and aperture. The ISO controls the sensitivity of the light going through the lens. The shutter speed regulates the speed of the camera shot. Lastly, the aperture controls the amount of light going through the lens. Continue reading