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Dr. Tonjanita Johnson, whose career began in newsrooms, has a bit of advice for budding journalists: Get the facts straight. Continue reading
Without a real shock to the heart of the finances that fund HCOP, the program that serves four high-needs Long Island school districts through a three-year, $1.3 million federal grant, will cease to exist. Continue reading
At Bethpage Ballpark, home of the Long Island Ducks, it’s the entertainment between the innings that has fans coming back for more. Continue reading
Stony Brook unveiled the Dubin Athletic Performance Center last month. Glen Dubin, a Stony Brook graduate, donated the $4.3 million used to build the center, making his donation the largest athletic gift to university. Continue reading
The fall opening of the 85,000-square-foot Campus Recreation Center is a source of excitement and relief to students, faculty and staff alike. Continue reading
After defeating six-time national champion Louisiana State University on their home field in Baton Rouge, Seawolves fans finally realized how close the team was to the College World Series. Continue reading
Being a Long Island Ducks fan means a love not just for baseball, but also for good times in a friendly atmosphere. Well into the night, fans could still be heard chanting, “Let’s go Ducks!” Continue reading
This is not simply a story of people from two different worlds meeting and falling in love, but a story of sisters struggling to maintain their bond while trying to gain their own lives. 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
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
The Ducks have been a source of wholesome family fun to Long Island for 13 years. America’s pastime has taken over Long Island because it is the only minor league baseball team in the area. Continue reading