Ryerson Review of Journalism launches new issue on March 24

The National Magazine Award-winning Ryerson Review of Journalism has reason to celebrate, and they want you to join them. The Spring 2015 issue is ready for release, with the RRJ hosting a launch party on March 24 at the Bier Markt in Toronto.

Tickets are free and the event starts at 5:30.

Created by the undergraduate and graduate students at the Ryerson School of Journalism, this annual publication has 28 entries in our National Magazine Awards Archive, with many nominations for Best New Magazine Writer.

Attendees can get their hands on the latest issue, meet soon-to-graduate journalism students and support an award-winning Canadian magazine.

Student magazine Emerge wins international acclaim

An annual magazine produced by journalism students at the University of Guelph-Humber’s Media Studies program has won seven Gold Circle Awards from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.

EMERGE Magazine (read the latest issue online at Issu) is produced entirely by students in the journalism stream at UGH.

From the CSPA–which is affiliated with the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University–EMERGE received awards in the categories Non-fiction Columns, Headlines, Informational Graphics, Infographics Portfolio, General Portfolio, Multipage Presentation, and Overall Design.

Congrats to a job well done by the next generation of magazine creators!

{Tip o’ the hat: Masthead Online}