Production kits have been provided to journalism students amidst online learning.
When facing journalism’s exacting standards, students can now get advice from someone who knows them well: Angela Mombourquette, the J-School’s new writing coach. Mombourquette is an award-winning freelance writer and has taught journalism at King’s since 2015. She’s worked as a television producer, columnist and editor since graduating with an undergraduate degree in radio and […]
Life after J-school
Being a young journalist in Halifax is hard. Damn hard. Salaried jobs are non-existent. Freelancing seems to be the only source of income. Second or third jobs are often the only way people make ends meet. And all of this you wish you had known when you were 17-years-old, applying for journalism schools, taking out […]
Masters of deception
The journalism school made a major cut in the summer of 2017 by choosing to no longer provide two of the three streams available for the journalism master’s (MJ). Prior to this year, King’s provided both the new ventures program and the data and investigative program for students entering the MJ. The purpose of the […]