On her lunch break, while interning at House and Home Magazine in Toronto, Robin Radomski is on the prowl for the next big thing on the Toronto food scene. In a city filled with delicious and exciting new food trends, Robin dove head first into the world of Instragram with her account @blondeats, documenting the […]
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After sending out dozens of resumes to newsrooms throughout the GTA, Andre Thurairatnam was beginning to get discouraged. Fresh out of his internship at CP24 in Toronto, and soon to graduate from Western’s MMJC program, he felt like he had the skills to start a career in journalism, but he needed a chance to prove […]
After Madisyn Latham completed an undergraduate degree in communications, she was unsure of where to go next. Harbouring a deep love of journalism for most of her life, she chose Western’s MMJC because it combined her passion for journalism with her background in communications. Madisyn’s capstone project – the Full-Time Food blog – grew out […]
In the second semester of her time in Western’s MMJC program, Emma Clarke was hospitalized for three days. Scared and overwhelmed, Emma was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. Emma searched for resources to help her adjust her lifestyle and manage her diagnosis, but found that resources and support for young people in her situation were […]