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"Covering Elections: Beyond Press Releases and Stump Speeches"
Journalism Enrichment Seminar Part I
"Why Bring IT to My Games?" Donald Sterling and the NBA: What is the Proper Analysis?
Presentsed by the York College African American Resource Center
“In the Wake of the Spray: The Twentieth Century Sailing Narrative”
Prof Jim Papa of the English Department will be leading a discussion of theTwentieth Century sailing narrative.
A Book Party for Author Geoffrey Jacques
You are invited to a party to celebrate the new book, A Change in the Weather.
A Caged Bird Tries to Sing
Welcome to a new series of regular faculty presentations devoted to an examination of pedagogical means and motives in the English Department's general education offerings.
Ask a Tutor
Until further notice, the Writing Center will not be offering email tutoring.
Book Release - Killing with Kindness: Haiti, International aid, and NGOs
African American Resource Center presents: Book Release - Killing with Kindness: Haiti, International aid, and NGOs
Charles Coleman and Samuel Hux Retirement Party
Located in English Special Events
Commas /Comma Splices Workshop
Come and Join the Writing Center as We Host Our Spring 2012 Series of Wanna write right??? Workshops
Daily News Photographer Todd Maisel Speaks to Journalism Students
Maisel is a spot news specialist who is frequently referred to as, “The modern-day Weegee,”a reference to the legendary crime-scene photographer of the 1930’s and 1940’s. Maisel is a 12-time first-place winner of the New York Press Photographers Association Year-In-Pictures competition. In addition to serving as Board Director of the National Press Photographers Association, Maisel scours New York City on a daily basis for breaking news stories, relaying his exploits on Twitter and posting amazing breaking news photos as he shoots them.