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Photo by Ryan Tuchow. The Ted Rogers Hot Docs Cinema where Washington Post executive editor Marty Baron spoke about truth in the digital age March 3.

Journalists discuss truth at the Curious Minds Weekend

  The Ted Rogers Hot Docs Cinema was packed March 3 for a sold-out discussion of truth during the time of president Donald Trump. The Globe and Mail’s editor-in-chief David Walmsley spoke with Washington Post executive editor Marty Baron as part of the second annual Curious Minds Weekend that ran from March 2 to 4. The Curious Weekend, according to […]

by Ryan Tuchow· · Arts & Life, Film & Television
Andrea Houston, pictured here on Oct. 25, 2017, teaches Queer Media at the Ryerson School of Journalism. (Photo by Kiki Cekota)

OPINION: What journalists get wrong when covering trans and genderqueer issues

It’s 2017 and we still can’t get it right. A recent column in the National Post was headlined, “Women’s prison left to cope after getting male inmate who identifies as female.”

What exactly is wrong with this headline? Everything.

by Julia Lloyd· · Opinion
Robert Cribb, the Toronto Star's lead investigator for the Panama Papers series and Ryerson journalism instructor, stopped in to the Ryersonian newsroom to explain what has happened in the investigation so far. (Dylan Bell/Ryersonian Staff)

Panama Papers shows the value of newsrooms

Four hundred journalists from 109 media organizations in more than 80 countries working together in 25 different languages to crack open the biggest data leak in history. Now say again that journalism’s a dying industry? The leak of about 11.5 million documents from a Panamanian law firm specializing in anonymous offshore companies shook the world with its big reveals of […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Editorial, Opinion
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