Journalism

Local news deserves to survive

With the rise of digital media, print-first newspapers have very quickly become unprofitable.Continue...

Sexual Violence Awareness Week aimed to recognize experiences of survivors

This past week, the AMS Social Issues Commission facilitated Sexual Violence Awareness Week in an effort to provide a “brief glimpse at the essential dialogues that fuel sexual violence prevention and response on our campus,” according to their event page.Continue...

It’s up to news media to curb sexist language in reporting

Despite holding the position of Minister of the Environment and Climate Change, Ottawa Centre Liberal MP Catherine McKenna has been given the name “Climate Barbie” on social media by other government officials and news organizations.Continue...

Don’t forget about old school journalism

Reading and watching short pieces of news might be a quick way to see what’s going on in the world, but a snapshot can’t give you the whole picture.Continue...

Is hope such a strange word to use for the future of journalism?

Freely consuming news through social media is threatening print and electronic journalism. But the solution may not be in preserving journalism the way we know it — but in shifting it to change with the world.Continue...

CBC: your value is in your reporting, not your opinions

The CBC is stepping into territory that isn’t theirs to claim.Continue...

Queen's needs a lesson on transparency

Queen’s has a transparency problem.Continue...

Reading between the lines

Last Saturday, I had a revelation. Sometimes, sexism doesn’t manifest itself as words but rather a lack thereof.Continue...

Journalist, not judge

When Erin Andrews was secretly filmed while undressing, she became the victim in the scenario. So why does the media treat her like a criminal?Continue...

Coyne right to resign after restrictions

It’s not part of the terms of employment at the National Post to be a Conservative.Continue...

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