Monthly Archives: May 2014

The healing powers of travel.

After visiting London as an eight year old, Brittany Rogers took memories of the fast paced city home with her to the Gold Coast, and promised herself that she would be back there. She left school at the age of … Continue reading

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Speed vs. accuracy in online reporting.

The benefit of online journalism is that it has the ability to reach a wider audience in an instant. This can also be its downfall, according to Kendyl Salcito. Online journalism enables the public to receive information within minutes of … Continue reading

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Literary journalism: fact or fiction?

The practice of literary journalism has been the subject of much debate, particularly on the issue of truth and objectivity. Richard Nordquist described the concept as the sharing of the characteristics of literature and journalism, to create a factual piece … Continue reading

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Journalism students aim high despite harsh competition for jobs.

  Journalism students at the University of Wollongong know that having a degree will not guarantee employment in the journalism industry. This however, does not deter them from having ambitious career goals. The fiercely competitive world of music reporting is … Continue reading

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