The CBC reporter discusses representation and the “old guard” in the sports world.
The future of this campus journal is in question as it nears its 25th anniversary.
Journalist urges Muslim students to take control of the narrative.
Johnny Depp once again perfectly manifests himself as gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson — this time incarnated as Paul Kemp, circa 1961 in Puerto Rico. As before, The Rum Diary focuses on the search for the “American dream,” alongside drug and alcohol-fueled shenanigans.
Saskatoon has a new place to go for video coverage of events and parties after the recent launch of Thread Media. “We’re trying to be a local MTV or College Humor,” said creative director Devon Hennig, who manages the site with executive editor Jackie Cook.
The New York Times is the single most important news outlet in America. It still breaks big stories on a regular basis and has weathered the rise of tabloids, cable news and the Internet to remain one of the most respected institutions in journalism. Not bad for a paper that just celebrated its 160th birthday.