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Briceyda Landaverde

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Briceyda Landaverde is a journalism major on the broadcast track at Stony Brook University. She has always had a passion to travel the world and learn about different cultures. Landaverde first studied abroad in Italy but it was Journalism Without … Continue reading

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Rick Ricioppo

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Rick Ricioppo has been teaching broadcast journalism at Stony Brook University since 2007. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Ricioppo shoots and produces videos for the School of Journalism, the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science and the Center for … Continue reading

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Kayla Shults

Kayla Shults is a junior journalism major and international studies minor who first discovered her passion for journalism as a child watching the television show Gilmore Girls. After the main character Rory declared her admiration for foreign correspondent Christiane Amanpour, … Continue reading

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Briana Lionetti

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Briana Lionetti is currently a first year graduate student pursuing her master’s in science journalism. She graduated from Stony Brook in May 2015 with a dual degree in biology and journalism. Ever since she was young, she wanted to be an ER physician – that … Continue reading

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Ivana Stolnik

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Ivana Stolnik is an international student from Croatia studying journalism at Stony Brook University. She’s passionate about human rights and international law and wants to continue her education following that direction. She speaks several foreign languages and is always interested … Continue reading

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The WiFi Hotspot Revolution

Story by Emily Benson Video by Briceyda Landaverde Havana, Cuba – It’s 10 p.m. in Old Havana and scores of people are packed onto one street, but it’s not for drinking and it’s not for a party. The streetlights are … Continue reading

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Casa Particulares Rise Alongside Individual Enterprise

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By Ivana Stolnik Vinales, Cuba – To the outside observer, Havana appears to be stuck in time, unchanged for decades. Nineteen fifties American classic cars are everywhere. Buildings are rundown and nearly collapsing. The smell of cigars is in the … Continue reading

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