Former Newsday Editor Tony Marro Spoke to Students on November 11

Tony MarroFormer Newsday editor Anthony Marro spoke to students about his experience working as an investigative reporter covering Watergate and the 1970′s Washington scandals on Thursday, November 11 from 2:30 pm to 3:40 pm.

Marro began his journalism career working for the Rutland Herald in Vermont at the age of 16. He joined Newsday in 1968 and remained there for 35 years before retiring.

Marro learned from and worked with Bob Greene, longtime head of Newsday’s investigative unit. As part of “The Greene Team,” Marro contributed to the stories about Long Island land scandals and heroin trafficking that won Newsday public service Pulitzers.