Category: News

Breaking Barriers: Surviving Freelancing in Canada

Breaking Barriers: Surviving Freelancing in Canada

As technology is shaping the way people consume and share information, a new generation of journalists is coming into the workforce, bringing with them a more diverse and inclusive mindset, which some say is a stark contrast to the makeup of the traditional newsroom. This new generation also faces challenges that their predecessors did not. By Ashly July For journalists […]

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Trump: The inauguration of a New Era

One of the biggest changes in the White House has been the way the Executive branch has been interacting with media since taking office. The media, which has been declared the Enemy of the people from the highest office, has come under fire with allegations of fake news and misleading the American people. Organizations like the New York Times and […]

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Off the Runway: Glitz and Glamour of Fashion Journalism

Off the Runway: Glitz and Glamour of Fashion Journalism

By Sveta Soloveva Club music plays at the entrance of the Waterworks building at Richmond and Augusta. On the fourth day of the 2017 Toronto Women’s Fashion Week, people showed their tickets and headed to a neon bar with craft cocktails, mini-pizzas and exclusive desserts. The collection of Zoran Dobric amuses Liat Neuman, the creator of fashion blog YomanChic, She […]

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50 Years in Pictures: Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology

50 Years in Pictures: Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology

By Aluen Navarro From being able to choose from a limited amount of courses at Humber College’s Applied Arts and Technology program in the 60’s to now having over 20+ programs to choose from in 2017, Humber College has grown. From typewriters to computers, newspaper to online and having student work being shown at TIFF, the Applied Arts and Technology students […]

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YouTube News Fun Facts

YouTube News Fun Facts

                                                                                   By Jefferson Marshall   YouTube, once known for the place to find videos of cats playing the keyboard, little […]

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