UBC student newspaper the Ubyssey fought for admission rubrics for four years before the documents were leaked to them.
Changes in store for the 2017 edition, produced by the biggest masthead in its history.
By H.G. Watson, Associate Editor
In a recent article in The Atlantic, Kieran Delamont tells the story of how Indigenous people have had a difficult history of representation in video… Continue Reading Ryerson reporting project on Truth and Reconciliation makes waves
We talk about “diversity” a lot but rarely do we understand or directly address the personal turmoil or long-lasting impact it has on the people and communities the term defines.
Continue Reading Inside the Ryerson Review of Journalism’s #WhyDiversity
Student project looks at the stunning fact that 200 years after the first Black settlers came to Nova Scotia, many people still do not have legal title to their land.
Continue Reading College class project spurs Nova Scotia government to take action
By Badri Murali
After Marco Chown Oved finished his master’s in philosophy at the Sorbonne, in Paris, he was looking around for work. He was not particularly looking for a… Continue Reading Is journalism school enough, or should you be studying more?
By Meagan Gillmore
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s mandate ended last year. Among its 94 items believed crucial for reconciliation is a call for journalists to… Continue Reading How journalism students are taught to tell Aboriginal stories
Kids make nutritious snacks. Snappy headline? Case of cannibalism? Or, a misplaced modifier? A modifier is an adverb, adjective or phrase that, ideally, clarifies or adds detail to your… Continue Reading Grammar guide: misplaced modifiers