Media

Tartan’s progress up for debate

The ASUS publication the Tartan was the subject of a tense debate at the society’s first winter assembly on Thursday night, with some members arguing the online publication has done little since current editors-in-chief Brendan Goodman and Scott Ramsay took office on May 1.Continue...

CFRC accused of discrimination

A former CFRC volunteer has accused the campus and community radio station of anti-Semitism and employment discrimination.Continue...

From Regina to LA

It was while covering the 2012 NHL Draft that Julie Stewart-Binks sparked her move to Fox Sports 1.Continue...

Putting money where media is

The AMS Annual General Meeting (AGM) Tuesday night saw three Queen’s media services fight for funding from the student body.Continue...

The Tartan to live on

The Tartan’s existence was debated Thursday night at the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) Assembly, with Assembly voting in favour of keeping the Tartan running for another year.Continue...

CFRC fee gets nod

CFRC successfully lobbied for a fee increase at AMS Assembly last night.Continue...

Film with a focus

A topic, a camera and 72 hours.Continue...

John Stackhouse addresses military

Globe and Mail Editor in Chief and Queen’s alumnus John Stackhouse visited the Royal Military College on Wednesday night, delivering a talk on the relationship between the military and the media.Continue...

Throwing into double coverage

As Queen’s pushes for a Yates Cup on the football field, campus broadcasters are expanding their coverage on the sidelines.Continue...

Inspiration from abroad

One year makes all the difference.Continue...

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