The Long Island Ducks have been able to attract new fans and keep people coming back due to their various marketing techniques. Most people can remember their first Ducks game because it's not all about the game, but about having fun the entire time they are there. Produced by Hannah Fagin, Glenda Sanchez, Josh Odam and Rachel Siford.
Students in the Simons and Garcia summer research programs at Stony Brook University talk about their experiences. These programs allow high-achieving high school students to conduct hands-on research and work with faculty mentors. Produced by Paul Cohen, Lyla Dale, Ashley Johnson, Ciara Kernan and Matt Kolbert.
Since their start, QuackerJack has provided the energy for the Ducks. Both inside and outside the stadium, QuackerJack puts smiles on faces across Long Island. He can dance, sing, run, take pictures, sign autographs and the list does not end there. Produced by Paul Cohen, Lyla Dale, Ashley Johnson, Ciara Kernan and Matthew Kolbert.
A total of 75 students from high-needs districts had the opportunity to attend the Health Careers Opportunity Program at Stony Brook. Here they receive instruction about various medical professions, and are able to use to same facilities as the pre-med students. Unfortunately, the program is in danger of shutting down since this year marks the end of its government funding. Produced by Natalia Barr, Rebecca Lewis, Matthew Maron and Sarah Schreiner.