What were some of the causes of the rise of yellow journalism? Professor Amanda Frisken's new book provides insight on how 19th century sensational imagery in the news media further marginalized vulnerable groups.
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College earns inclusion in College Consensus' national ranking of "Best Value Colleges."
Dr. Laura Limonic's recent book receives accolades from the Latin American Jewish Studies Association.
Dr. Jasmine Mitchell's premier book "Imagining the Mulatta: Blackness in U.S. and Brazilian Media" is now available for purchase.
President Butts reflects on his 20-year tenure at SUNY Old Westbury in a question-and-answer column with one of the leading weekly news publications serving Nassau and Suffolk Counties.
Launch of the Justice for Fraud Victims Project covered by Long Island's daily newspaper.
New student success-focused grant to aid in sophomore student retention.
Research of accounting students featured in state-wide professional publication.
Newsday covers news of the pending departure of President Calvin O. Butts, III.