Tag: journalism

The future of journalism

By contributor Kelly Whiteside When I chose to attend university for Creative Writing, my mom warned me I wouldn’t be able to find a well-paying job in my field. Two years into my degree, I decided to focus more on journalism in...

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If it bleeds, it leads

By Managing Editor Molly Barrieau Gruesome, I know. That phrase has been repeated to me a few times throughout my university degree, and it always grosses me out. The idea was—when journalism was still a profitable job—if there...

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By Associate Editor Natalie Gates Corrupt. Biased. Annoying. Pointless. Liars. Dying out. Taking over. Creative. Storytellers. Hard workers. Truth seekers. Essential to the business and political worlds. Essential to society....

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We are the future

Over my university career and two years working at The Navigator, I’ve had the pleasure to study, collaborate, and work not only with the diverse community in the Creative Writing department (poets, fictionists, playwrights,...

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