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Journalism: All Shook Up! RRJ Unpublished

Journalism: All Shook Up! RRJ Unpublished

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Following the success of our last, sold out RRJ Unpublished event, “Is Journalism Failing Women?”, we’re excited to present: “Journalism: All Shook Up! Inspired insights from an industry in crisis.” Doom and gloom is unavoidable when journalism is your beat,…
Ryersonian 70th Anniversary Party

Ryersonian 70th Anniversary Party

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The first issue of the Ryersonian was published in Dec. 1948. It began as a monthly and pre-dated the first graduating class of the Ryerson School of Journalism class by five years. Come celebrate 70 years of student reporting at…
New study examines meditation as tool for anxious student journalists
4 years ago

New study examines meditation as tool for anxious student journalists

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The mindfulness class will introduce students to the fundamentals of mindfulness and explore different forms of meditation practice.
Heritage minister unveils ‘Creative Canada’ initiative
4 years ago

Heritage minister unveils ‘Creative Canada’ initiative

Ryerson and Facebook partnering to create a digital news incubator.
Journalism more important now than ever, say RSJ teach-in speakers
5 years ago

Journalism more important now than ever, say RSJ teach-in speakers

By Jasmine Bala for the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre Journalism matters now more than ever, the media director of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association told journalism students and faculty during the Ryerson School of Journalism’s (RSJ) recent teach-in day. Gail…
Ryerson reporting project on Truth and Reconciliation makes waves
5 years ago

Ryerson reporting project on Truth and Reconciliation makes waves

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 games. It’s an important story that had its genesis in…
Journalists should not be neutral, says Centre for Free Expression director
6 years ago

Journalists should not be neutral, says Centre for Free Expression director

By Robert Liwanag Neutrality in journalism limits the civil liberties of reporters and should be abandoned, said the director of Ryerson University’s Centre for Free Expression during a recent panel discussion. Citing CNN’s two-week suspension of global affairs correspondent Elise
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