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Alumni Essentials: Week of February 23

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We’re officially less than one week away from sending off our 2015 issue to print. But while you’re waiting for our work, you can read those we’ve birthed. We’ve got a couple of good ones this week.

First up, Summer 2004 production editor Chris Jancelewicz is on his way to stardom with a lead role in Behind the Red Carpet, a documentary about the background players of TIFF. Tune in for the premiere tonight at 9 p.m. on CBC.

Next, read Summer 2009 editor Chantal Braganza’s behind-the-scenes look at the National Post‘s Silent No More,” an effort to tell the stories of young aboriginal girls in Winnipeg. Check out more of Braganza’s work from her first month as an associate editor at J-Source.

Finally, a late congratulations to Winter 2012 editor Haley Cullingham who recently joined Hazlitt as a senior editor. Read one of her first pieces for the magazine—a look at the face of Anjelica Huston and what draws us to people we can’t stop watching.


And once again you must wait another week. Have a recommendation for this series? Email the blog editor. 



2 Responses to Alumni Essentials: Week of February 23

  1. Bunda October 13, 2015 at 4:47 pm

    to be the normal time for their slotceien for interviewing? I don’t know if mine is normal, as mine is supposed to have reach mingpao on last Thursday (17/april).And sorry, i tend to have a lot of questions… Another question is, do they have rigid age limit in reporter trainee? That is, the preferred candidates’ age should limited to only early 20-er?and if mingpao’s trial is not successful. And supposingly, other newspaper company do not have job openings right now. Who should i sent a letter to if i want to 自薦 as a reporter? (editorial of the page i am interested in, and editor-in-chief?)I’d like to try whatever way to get into journalism…though by reading your blog (since 中大校花), i know i will have umpteen obstacles in front of me (say, the contacts a reporter in the field usually already have and built up). But still, i believe i can do well because it’s what i genuinely am interested in.-mfy

  2. November 20, 2015 at 3:10 am

    Keep these articles coming as they’ve opened many new doors for me.


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