Stiff Upper Lip in Terror-Struck Nabe
May03

Stiff Upper Lip in Terror-Struck Nabe

Check out Class of 2018 Journalism Alum Brian Moreno’s award-winning piece for In-Depth Reporting at Brooklyn College’s Brooklyn News Service: Residents, students and visitors of the Lower Manhattan neighborhood where terror struck on Tuesday carried on with their lives, though some are still shaken up. On Thursday cyclists continued to ride their bicycles on the reopened bike lane, runners maintained their training for...

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Fire In Cardboard City Review: When Legos Meet Matches
Apr27

Fire In Cardboard City Review: When Legos Meet Matches

Chronicling the calamity of a blazing inferno within the confines of a cardboard metropolitan area, “Fire In Cardboard City” by Phil Brough can make the tear ducts of audiences leak with its compelling storyline and segments of emotional cinematography. The plotline of the film deals with the daunting task of soothing the savage beast that is the plume of fire that is placed upon the unnamed male protagonist. The short film explores...

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Tribeca Film Festival Coverage: The Velvet Underground Played At My High School Review: Nostalgic and ‘Dangerously Cool’
Apr27

Tribeca Film Festival Coverage: The Velvet Underground Played At My High School Review: Nostalgic and ‘Dangerously Cool’

A simple story of a high school boy who attends a live band performance isn’t an uncommon conversation, no matter the year you were born. As a short film concept, combined with one of the most creative visual tellings premiered in the Tribeca Film Festival, “The Velvet Underground Played At My High School” is incredibly unique. The director, Anthony Jannelli, is a comprehensive narrator, but the film shines in its dynamic...

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The Impact Of A Torn ACL On An NBA Player
Apr23

The Impact Of A Torn ACL On An NBA Player

The pain was bearable, but Al Jefferson still had tears in his eyes. One night after he injured his knee after a routine block, Jefferson sat inside a doctor’s office; his season was over and he wondered if his career was too. It was February 8, 2009, when Jefferson, then a member of the Timberwolves, swatted a dunk attempt by Sean Marks, the current general manager of the Nets. Jefferson landed awkwardly on his right knee, hopped...

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KCC Talks: What Makes a Professor Great?
Apr20

KCC Talks: What Makes a Professor Great?

Aristotle once said, “Those that know, do. Those that understand, teach.” From the moment a child takes their first breath, they never stop learning. First, they learn how to crawl, then eventually start to walk, and by 18 months they begin to speak. By the time they are four, they are put in preschool and for the next 14 years, up until adulthood, education and teachers will be a major part of their life. In this edition of KCC...

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Dr. Eben Wood: From Brooklyn to Korea And Back Again
Apr13

Dr. Eben Wood: From Brooklyn to Korea And Back Again

With his deep, resonant voice and articulate way of speaking, Dr. Eben Wood is a captivating storyteller. Fittingly, stories are something Dr. Wood has a lot of. A published author, Dr. Wood is infectiously passionate about language, writing and literature. An avid reader, he enjoys just about any genre and a variety of subjects and is knowledgeable about a great deal including history, psychology and philosophy. His office is...

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