Post Tagged with: "Journalist"

Kayla Rosen (Chase Stark)

I’m Jewish and a journalist, I’m not a Jewish journalist

In my limited career as a journalist, I have been told that I am grossly pro-Israel and that I’m part of the reason that people hate Jews. The latter comment came after an article that I wrote for last week’s edition of the Ryersonian, where I recounted the time I was questioned by the Israeli police. My intention was to […]

by Kayla Rosen· · Opinion
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Navigating a non-diverse industry

Growing up, I was always that one “whitewashed” Asian girl. In school, I was never great at math or the sciences and I was always the first one to volunteer to read aloud in English class. Other Korean kids didn’t really want to talk to me because I was “too loud” or “too assertive,” so instead, I surrounded myself with […]

by Eunice Kim· · Editorial, Opinion
What is the most interesting thing that's ever happened to you?

human.INTERESTING – Episode 2: Busy

Ryersonian reporter Michael Lyons sits down with Steven Ellis, an Oakville-raised journalist, hockey expert, podcast host, racing enthusiast, musician — honestly, the list goes on.  He keeps busy, and has a pretty interesting story for someone who’s, technically, at the beginning of his career. On human.INTERESTING, Michael want to hear your answer to the question: “What is the most interesting thing that’s ever happened to you?” […]

by Michael Lyons· · Audio
Four apps for the journalist in everyone

Four apps for the journalist in everyone

Every budding journalist needs a smartphone. Whether you’re using it to stay in touch with your profs and editors via text, scanning your email for tips or playing Candy Crush while waiting for a source to talk to you, up-to-date reporters would be lost without a phone. So whether you’re an aspiring reporter or just the newsiest one out of […]

by Stephanie Chan· · Science & Technology