Seawanhaka Press is the student newspaper of Long Island University Brooklyn. Celebrating our 84th year of publication, Seawanhaka strives to bring fair and balanced news coverage to the Brooklyn campus community regarding a multitude of relevant subjects.
Since its inception in 1928, Seawanhaka has served LIU as both a viable source of information and a means to prepare journalism and media arts majors for lucrative careers in the media world.
Seawanhaka’s student staff operates the newspaper under the tutelage of LIU’s first-rate journalism faculty members. All reporting, editing and publishing is completed by a team of passionate undergraduates who believe in freedom of expression and of the press afforded to us by the US Constitution’s First Amendment.
With an archive of 87 volumes, over 800 print and online issues, along with the spring 2012 launch of SeawanhakaPress.com and a YouTube channel, Seawanhaka continues to deliver the best coverage of local news, sports and the arts. Additionally, yet most importantly, Seawanhaka serves as a voice for the students of LIU Brooklyn.
Students of all majors are encouraged to join Seawanhaka to have the chance to publish work or polish writing skills. Staff meetings are on Tuesdays at 11:00 a.m. in room S-219.
Diverse views are presented in Seawanhaka and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the editors or official policies of the university.
Copyright © 2012 Seawanhaka Press. All Rights Reserved. All materials in Seawanhaka are protected by United States copyright law and may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, displayed, published, or broadcast without the prior written permission of Seawanhaka Press.