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As we are nearing Spring Break, let’s not forget that we still have one full week of school to finish. We continue to look back on the impactful stories our newspaper had to offer throughout the 50 years and sharing memories of alumni who have worked on this publication. For our #SlateThrowback, we look back to October 17, 1988, Eileen Barr wrote about Dr. Mathew Schure giving studying tips to students. For our #SlateMemory, former Managing Editor Douglas Mashkow (BFA ’89) talks about his time with the newspaper and joining the journalism “fraternity.”
With Spring Break approaching, we give you great binge watching shows to take advantage of in the digital age that we live in. After playing three years with NYIT baseball, Tom Joannou is not playing his senior year and instead is working for Donald Trump in the White House. Also in political news, we report on the Obamacare reform and how it can affect students.
We pay tribute to NYIT Alumnus and staff member Abderrshmane Zemirline who passed away at the sudden age of 31 and the Slate staff sends their condolences to his family, friends, and co-workers. Don’t forget to check out Thursday Night Flicks and this Thursday, Dogma will be shown as we give a review of this 1999 film starring Matt Damon and Ben Affleck.
In sports, a new addition was made in the Athletic Department and it is a familiar face to many sports fans. Adam Rubin, a former ESPN Mets reporter has joined the NYIT Bears working with Athletic Communications and he has hit the ground running in his new position. We also feature season preview articles for baseball, softball and men’s tennis.
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