I’ll admit that I am not exactly a fountain of knowledge when it comes to Israeli-Palestinian relations.
Changing the make-up of the medium: Ryerson J-school reaches out to ethnic communities
“In both their staffing and in how they depict minorities in print, most of Canada’s dailies are nearly as white as the paper they’re printed on,” writes John Miller, chair of Ryerson’s School of Journalism in Media magazine.
A big pshaw to politics
Yes, boys and girls, it’s election time, you can smell it in the air, but if there is one thing to remember, it is that everything is relative.
Half-pints, half-court, half turn-out?
The second annual “Half-Court for Half Pints” was held on Saturday in the Kerr Hall gymnasium.
Marketing kills tradition
In today’s world of sports the marketability of merchandise (hats, t-shirts, etc.) is more important than the success of a team or its history.
Tune out, turn off, jack out. Go buy a book instead. Who knows, you might actually learn something.
Entertain-dement: May 31, 1995
Johnny Mnemonic starring Keanu Reeves and Don’t Die Before You’re Dead by Yevgeny Yevtushenko
North by Northeast festival set to roll
NXNE will showcase over 300 bands from around the world; many of them being homegrown Canadians.