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OPINION: I won’t miss my program

I am in my fourth year and the only thing that comes to mind is, “I can’t wait until it’s over.”

by Tawanna Hyman· · Opinion
Catherine Porter, a New York Times journalist based in Toronto, poses with a Covering Disasters: A Critical Lens conference pamphlet after her keynote address on Nov. 21, 2017. (Photo by Maggie Macintosh)

‘I cry regularly during interviews’: New York Times journalist tells Ryerson audience

Canada’s bureau chief for the New York Times, Catherine Porter, said she cries regularly during interviews with sources who’ve suffered traumatic experiences.

Porter was a keynote speaker at Covering Disasters: A Critical Lens, a Ryerson University journalism conference held on Tuesday.

by Maggie Macintosh· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
VOICES: J-School’s fatal flaw

VOICES: J-School’s fatal flaw

If we’re being honest, journalism is a calling. We play doctor with words, and magic with ideas; finding creative ways to tell stories that’ve been told a thousand times, or new ways to engage with a story for the first.

by Matthew Amha· · Opinion, Voices
Journalism innovation hub coming to Ryerson

Journalism innovation hub coming to Ryerson

Ryerson’s school of journalism and the Digital Media Zone (DMZ) are teaming up with Facebook to create a digital news incubator, the first of its kind in Canada.

The announcement is part of the Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly’s planned restructuring of Canada’s cultural policy, which she calls Creative Canada.

by Mansoor Tanweer· · News, On Campus
Celine Liu is the founder of Listeners and the Chinese translation of The Varsity is one of the organization's many projects. (Photo by Iris Robin)

The Varsity’s website translation bridges the gap for Chinese international students

Students at the University of Toronto can now read their campus news in simplified Chinese. The Varsity recently announced the publication of its Chinese website, which contains translations of content originally published in English and is updated weekly.

The aim of the website is to increase engagement among international students from China. There were 17,452 international students enrolled at U of T in 2016–2017, of which 9,187 were from China. That’s 11 per cent of the university’s population, which The Varsity is striving to reach.

by Iris Robin· · News, Off Campus
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