This will be the last Alumni Essentials post before we take a break for the holidays. Dry your eyes, and read on. We’re showcasing some good stuff this week. First, winter 2011 senior editor Wendy Gillis dove into the cold case of Beverly Smith, who was shot dead in her kitchen in December 1974. Gillis […]
This year at the Review, we’re keeping tabs on our alumni to bring you some of our favourite pieces of their recent work. First up this week, Daniel Kaszor digs into the GamerGate movement, where some have been concerned about the close relationship between game developers and journalists. But, as Kaszor points out, this may be less about […]
After a train exploded in a tiny Quebec town, some reporters stuck around and showed us the power of narrative journalism.
By Rebecca Melnyk Inside his west-end Toronto apartment, Justin Giovannetti was cocooned in blankets, sick in bed with a bad cold on his day off. His cellphone rang. Dennis Choquette, his editor at The Globe and Mail, wanted him in the office. Giovannetti rolled off his mattress, slipped into his least flattering clothes and schlepped in […]