By Stefanie Phillips, RSJ ’18 email@example.com
The Ryerson Review of Journalism celebrated the launch of their 2018 issue this month at the Stirling House in Toronto.
The 128-page issue features the work of Ryerson School of Journalism students in the Masters and Bachelors programs. The issue tackles stories about the online harassment journalists face, a new era of reporting on marijuana and sexual violence in the newsroom.
- Photo 1/14 RRJ chief researcher, Sunday Aken and editor, Maria Iqbal pose with RRJ instructor, Stephen Trumper outside the Stirling Room in the Distillery District. Photo: Emilie Krajcik.
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- Photo 3/14 Admission to the event was $10 and included a copy of the 128-page magazine. Photo: Stefanie Phillips.
- Photo 4/16 The 2018 issue can be bought anywhere magazines are sold. Photo: Emilie Krajcik.
- Photo 6/14 Tanya Talaga, the reporter at the center of the issue's cover story, attended the event. Photo: Stefanie Phillips
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- Photo 8/14 RRJ chief of research, Zoe Melnyk poses with her friends who came out to support the launch. Photo: Stefanie Phillips.
Journalism students, Julianna Garofalo, Serena Lalani and Michelle Song support their friends at the RRJ. Photo: Stefanie Phillips.
- Photo 10/14 RRJ conference editors, Luke Elisio and Alexis Kuskevics share a drink after planning the launch party. Photo: Stefanie Phillips
- Photo 11/14 RRJ production editor, Karoun Chahinian leans in to sign a copy of the article she wrote titled, "War Torn." Photo: Stefanie Phillips
- Photo 12/14 Managing editor of the RRJ digital team, Emma McIntosh smiles with friend, Morgan Bocknek. Photo: Stefanie Phillips
- Photo 13/14 RRJ production editor, Jacob Dubé poses with his partner. Photo: Stefanie Phillips.
- Photo 14/14 Photo: Stefanie Phillips