It can be a valuable, even necessary, tool. It can also, of course, be an anxiety-inducing hellsite.
Women of colour leading student newsrooms hope to carry change into overall industry
Campus newspapers had funding decimated by Ontario government’s “Student Choice Initiative”
Remarkably, it can still be possible to find space for yourself in this dwindling industry
New rules place student media in vulnerable position, which could have effects across the industry
Ontario government plans to make it easier for students to opt out of paying certain levies
Young reporters describe stark differences in treatment depending on where they’re working
Baron editor-in-chief tells CANADALAND she’s “not groovy” with suggestion that editing involves judgment
About half of the school papers have stopped publishing.
University of Waterloo student newspaper Imprint has been ordered to vacate their office in the Student Life Centre by The Waterloo Federation of Students, known playfully around campus as the ‘Feds.’
Imprint editor-in-chief Aliya Kanani says they’re being ousted due to critical coverage of Feds like this report on closed-door Feds’ meetings, this exposé on unnecessary fees, and this investigation into increased spending on unknown assets.
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