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Not wanting to limit himself to learning an individual set of skills, Jesse Jeffery chose Western’s MMJC because of its dual-approach to media. The MMJC allowed Jesse to pursue his love of journalism and writing, while also providing him with the communications skills required to succeed in an increasingly digital world. For his capstone project, […]

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Janice Dickson brings the news on the Hill to readers across the country. Photo courtesy of Janice Dickson.

Janice Dickson: the journalist covering the politicking of Ottawa’s politicians

Ottawa is the city of heavy hitters who have big ideas and even bigger egos. For a journalist, it provides countless story ideas, because something is always going on. “It’s a 24/7 news cycle,” said Janice Dickson. Dickson is a reporter at iPolitics, a website dedicated to providing up-to-the-minute news on what is breaking and […]

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USC Election Scandal: No-Confidence in Team Sophie Vote Possible

It’s not over yet. The USC Election scandal that seemingly wrapped up Tuesday when Team Litchfield was disqualified is gaining new life. USC President Matt Helfand confirmed Friday that the senior operations committee is considering a request for a non-confidence vote in Team Sophie’s leadership by some councillors. Team Sophie was announced as the replacement […]

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