It’s unsurprising that, among the ranks of USyd’s many student journalists, the modern media is an enduring source of fascination and intrigue. In today’s reading list, we bring you a series of articles that look at the best (and worst) of contemporary media and its practitioners. The Peril of the Pen Over the last few…
Privilege pervades even our prison system, argues Natalie Czapski.
The Australian media’s priorities are yet to catch up with students concerns, writes Milly Ellen.
The Australian media’s coverage of Gaza has left Nick Rowbotham wanting.
Aliza Chin lists the shows she thinks rate well in terms of representation.
Don’t be too quick to trust police media sources, writes Subeta Vimalarajah.
A whole new world, shining shimmering splendours, discovers Jeff Wong.
Zoe Daniel talks to Ezreena Yahya about her life as an ABC South East Asia correspondent and the challenges of balancing her feminist ambitions with motherhood.
Chefs can find it hard to escape cultural stereotypes, writes Ada Lee.
Hannah Ryan hopes all the facts in this article about a New Yorker editor are correct.