Ryerson’s school of journalism cancelled all classes to host a day-long seminar about the future of journalism.
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This week, Ryerson University’s journalism school played host to a teach-in catered to its students.
“There are attacks on journalism right now and I think it’s important that an institution like this deals with journalism.” – Alina Ghosh, journalism student “I think … now more than ever, that we need to show how we get our stories and how we promote them.” – Swi Karoli, journalism student
Ryerson’s School of Journalism organized a teach-in Tuesday.
This story was updated to include guest speakers, topics covered, and a quote from Janice Neil. This story was updated to include a field report on the teach-in. Ryerson’s journalism students will be the focus of a day-long event Tuesday, amid increasing hostility toward the media industry. The university’s school will cancel classes and encourage students to attend a special […]
Guests spoke to student journalists about privacy in a time of extreme surveillance.
Why what we say and how we say it is the reason for polarity in modern culture.
Gail Cohen, media director for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, discussed how the role of the journalist has changed in turbulent times.
Ryerson denied me access to a student conversation, and I still don’t know why.
For the first time ever, Ryerson’s school of journalism asked its students to attend a teach-in on the current threats facing journalists.
The city hasn’t provided enough leadership and funding to make it a sanctuary city, professor says.
Vice journalist Sarah Hagi told journalism students Tuesday how she confronted her online trolls “face-to-face” while wearing her hijab.
Psychology professor Diana Brecher led a discussion on resilience, grit and optimism.
Now in its 60th year, the Ryerson School of Journalism has been helping students churn out issues of The Ryersonian for six decades. To celebrate this accomplishment, we take a look at how campus life has progressed – or remained eerily similar – over the years. And although a lot has changed at Ryerson since 1953, the quirky headlines from past issues of […]