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Orientation 2018

RSJ students Ilina Ghosh and Matthew Amha have been offered 2018 CBC News Scholarships.

Ryerson Open House 2018

This is an event you won’t want to miss! Take advantage of March Break to visit Ryerson’s distinctly urban campus for the opportunity to tour our campus and facilities, chat with future professors, current students, student services, and more! See for yourself what makes Ryerson Canada’s leading university for innovation and career relevant learning. The…

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New Award: The Anne Goldman Travel Award in Journalism

By Stefanie Phillips, RSJ ’18 sphillips@ryerson.ca A new Ryerson School of Journalism Award has been created in memory of former student and beloved mother, Anne Goldman who died last year at age 90. The Anne Goldman Travel Award in Journalism, initiated by her daughter, Sandy Goldman and estimated at $1,000, will assist a mature, female…

Ronald Hulse and Karen Hulse in Tanzania

RSJ grad trekking Everest to raise money for GTA hospital

By Stefanie Phillips, RSJ ’18 sphillips@ryerson.ca After summiting Mount. Kilimanjaro in 2011, Ronald Hulse thought he had climbed the tallest mountain he would ever scale. On the ninth, and final, day of the climb, the Ryerson School of Journalism graduate and his team were reaching the end of their journey. They were swollen and sunburnt,…

workshop on how to deal with trolls for students

Workshop teaches students how to cope with trolls

By Stefanie Phillips, RSJ ’18 sphillips@ryerson.ca Noor Javed has built a tough skin in her 10 plus years as a reporter working in Toronto. From her experience dealing with hateful comments over the years, she now knows when to turn off the notifications on her phone or block emails, and when to speak up against…

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Upcoming RRJ Conference: #MEDIATOO

By Stefanie Phillips, RSJ ’18 sphillips@ryerson.ca How should reporters tackle stories involving sexual violence? And how should they engage with sources who have suffered sexual violence? Are there ways for journalists to protect themselves online? Addressing these questions – and more – is the focus of the latest Ryerson Review of Journalism (RRJ) conference, #MEDIATOO:…

Carol Off, host of As it Happens.

Upcoming Event: Atkinson Lecture with Carol Off

By Stefanie Phillips, RSJ ’18 sphillips@ryerson.ca Join us this month for the annual Ryerson School of Journalism Atkinson Lecture featuring this year’s guest speaker, Carol Off, host of CBC As It Happens. Off will be discussing her latest book, All We Leave Behind, and the evolving relationship between journalists and their sources. April Lindgren, founding director…

Welcome, RSJ Class of 2021!

The Ryerson School of Journalism welcomed 140 first-year students into the Bachelor of Journalism program this fall. Classes started on Sept. 5 after a full day of exciting orientation activities on Aug. 29. (Photo by Gary Gould)

Reporting news vs. being used

Reporting news vs. being used

How can journalists responsibly report on extremism? Join us for a panel discussion on striking a balance in the coverage of extremism.

Is No Local News Bad News?

DATE: June 3-4
WHERE: Various. See here for more details.
WHAT: Local reporting builds community, holds power accountable and helps citizens make informed decisions. This conference is an opportunity to examine disruptions in local journalism, share groundbreaking research and discuss real-world responses to the dramatic changes that are reshaping the local news landscape.
WHO: Register here. Some events public. More information can be found here.