Julianne Mosher, associate editor of the Stony Brook Press, and James O’Connor, director of Sustainability and Transportation Operations, joined the “In Focus” crew to discuss the university’s Freight Farm, an innovative produce cultivator on campus. Here is a special Julianne did for the Press and Stony Brook News:
James takes on a barrage of questions from a collaborative duo between the Stony Brook Press and the Stony Brook Independent. He made it out alive with his spot-on answers.
The Stony Brook Press is a monthly student-run magazine at Stony Brook University. Pick it up at one of the many stands across campus for news, features, arts and entertainment, humor, opinion and sports. For sustainability concerns, visit the Office of Sustainability website to learn more about the university’s efforts to keep everything green. For campus dining complaints and comments, post to the official SBU Eats Facebook Page or text “TELLSBUEATS” at 88257.
Special thanks to Julio Avila, a.k.a. the deep voice you hear, but don’t see, echoing through the Union basement, WUSB Music Director Mike Gusev, our eager new engineer Dave, JD Allen for production, our Executive Producer Lauren Fetter and our guests Julianne Mosher and James O’Connor, SBU director of Sustainability and Transportation Operations.