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The latest news from the School of Journalism
J-School Now
at the Creative School
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Congratulations to our 2020, 2021 and 2022 grads!

After two years of pandemic Convocations, in-person ceremonies resumed this spring. Journalism at the Creative School was happy to welcome the Classes of 2020 and 2021 back to campus for their graduation ceremony on Thursday, June 16 and to celebrate the Class of 2022 on Friday, June 17. 

Congratulations to our newest alumni. We are very proud of you!

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Alumna rediscovers purpose and community through convocation

On March 11, 2020, Andrea Josic was doing her final-year internship, working at The Eyeopener, getting ready to go to a national slam poetry competition and set to attend Convocation in June. Then everything shut down. She wrote about the experience, finding her feet again and finally getting to walk across the stage at her graduation. 

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Covering the Ontario election


We spoke to three alumni about covering the Ontario election that was held earlier this month. Joanna Frketich, a health reporter and '98 alumna, spoke about how her beat was or wasn't top of mind for voters. Allison Jones, '06, spoke about the differences she saw in this election as a reporter with The Canadian Press. Emma McIntosh, '18, spoke about looking for gaps in election coverage that she tackled as a reporter for The Narwal.
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Winter 2022 final projects show how journalism faculty are teaching new forms of storytelling

We take a look at some of the final projects students tackled in the Winter 2022 semester that demonstrate the new, and old, forms of storytelling they explore during all four years of their course work at the School of Journalism. 

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Student publications highlight their best work from the Winter 2022 semester

We asked student publications to send us their best work from the Winter 2022 semester. From name change scoops to sports and podcasts to print issues, they highlighted some excellent student pieces from this year.  

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A student publication is creating its own space in journalism 

IQRA Magazine was founded by members of the Muslim Students’ Association and designed to share the lived experiences of Muslims in Canada. Created in 2017 and revamped in 2020, it released a print issue of the magazine this year that was supported and funded by the Society of The Creative School.

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Review of Journalism
The Eyeopener
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