I spoke on the “Journalism in the City” panel for the 2018 Canadian University Press regional Ontario conference on transitioning into the workforce from student journalism.
We are back from lunch and ready for our panel discussion on entering the workforce as a journalist, “Journalism and the City.” Thanks to our panelists @jackhauen @RachEndeavours and @audreycarleton1 (they are all Miranda’s by the way) pic.twitter.com/ordLgTwYuP
— Canadian Univ. Press (@CanUniPress) October 5, 2018
I was part of the “Battling Censorship and Breaking the Silence” breakout session panel for the 2017 Emerge Media Rehab conference at the University of Guelph-Humber. A few of my colleagues from The Varsity and I spoke on our editorial, “The media and the message“, and our coverage of free speech controversies on campus.
Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids:
I read an excerpt from a “novel” I wrote as a kid at the live recording of GRTTWK in Toronto on June 21, 2019.
I read an excerpt from my seventh grade journal at the live recording of GRTTWK in Toronto on September 17, 2018.
I read my creative-nonfiction piece for the Looseleaf Volume 5 Launch.
I read my poem, “Guangzhou”, at the University of Toronto’s University College 2018 UC Review Spring Launch Party.