Existing simultaneously at the fringes of Australia’s media industry and at the heart of campus culture within universities, there is a lot that student journalism can teach us about democratising our media landscape.
In Russia, students and academics face expulsion, sacking and arrest as the government cracks down on political expression.
For decades, student journalism has served to expose the horrors that lurk beneath the surface of an otherwise innocuous campus.
Regarding the recent censorship of our live blog
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The censored article outlines instances where student activists had pushed for responses to sexual assault and harassment in the face of University inaction.
Rebecca Wong wades through the legacy of Union publications at the University of Sydney.
Alexi Polden on the end of your second favourite campus rag.
The final hurrah from the 2014 editors.
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…