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MaryEileen Croke


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MaryEileen Croke is a journalist who is currently studying at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. Before coming to journalism, she spent several years at Commit Media and eye2ear music, working in such diverse areas as non-profit marketing and music in film. She is planning to become an expert storyteller, both in radio and the written word during her time at journalism school. Mary holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Fordham University in the Bronx, and was born and reared in one of the world’s most famous suburbs–Long Island, New York. She lives in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, and is a fan of The New York Mets, radio and sad songs and books. She contributed to our Straphangers Speak series.

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Straphangers have a lot of complaints, and some praise, for the city's subway system. Some also have some interesting ideas about how to improve life underground.