Tag: journalism

Irving Chair in Journalism: ‘The days of presenting yesterday’s news are over’

Christine Morris, the 2017-18 Irving Chair in Journalism, told the next generation of journalists ...

Dalton Camp lecture: democracy, digitization, dilemmas

Taylor Owen, assistant professor of digital media and global affairs at the University of ...

‘I never looked back’: Irving Chair reminisces on career

Award-winning reporter Christine Morris was always interested in journalism, but she never considered pursuing ...

Investigative journalist discusses Irvings in public lecture

Journalist Bruce Livesey was blunt in his assessment of the relationship between Canada’s fifth ...

Lessons from Panama

Angela Bosse was one of 16 university students going to a rural community in ...

STU alum to host Shivering Songs workshop

Award-winning Atlantic Canadian author and St. Thomas alumna Sheree Fitch will be participating in ...

Jail time or journalism

While covering a major demonstration in Iran, protestors turned on Don Dickson suddenly and ...

Is journalism becoming more dangerous?

Jan Wong began her fourth-year journalism class Wednesday afternoon with a minute of silence ...

What clickbait headlines are doing to credible media will BLOW YOUR MIND

Clickbait media sites such as Upworthy, Gawker and Buzzfeed are causing credible news sources to imitate their ...

Cheating to get ahead

Jan Wong was sitting in her office with the door closed, working on her ...

Rising star from the Saint John harbour

It was the summer of 2013. The St. Thomas journalism student was interning at ...

Covering a big story—unveiling personal conflict

This past week my old world and my new one collided, head-on. Since the ...

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