Nick Taylor

(they/them)
Co-Editor-in-Chief
Co-Editor-in-Chief, Producer
and

Nick Taylor is the Co-Editor-in-Chief of Volume 55 of Arthur Newspaper. They first fell in love with Arthur as a naïve second year student working as a Staff Writer and have spent the interceding years learning everything they can about student journalism and the Nogojiwanong-Peterborough community. Now that they’ve received their degree (a BAH in International Development and Philosophy with a specialization in Ethics), they can devote all of their time to picking fights with the Examiner and investigating all the perplexing parts of this electric city. Their journalistic interests include politics at every level, student affairs, gentrification & urbanism, media criticism, and arts & culture.

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Articles
Editorial: How It All Hangs Together
In this editorial, Nick Taylor reminisces on the year that has been and all that it requires of journalism. They also attempt to weave a few seemingly-unrelated stories together: CAUT's censure on UofT, the bombing of Al Jazeera and Associated Press offices in Gaza, and the felling and beheading of a statue of Egerton Ryerson.
Arthur Editorship Platforms 2021-2022
Nick Taylor and Brazil Gaffney-Knox are running for Arthur's editorship for Vol. 56. If you are part of Arthur's Staff Collective, you are eligible to vote for the incoming editors on April 10th, 2021 over zoom.
No More Opioid Deaths in Our Backyard
In this Editorial, Nick Taylor unpacks commentary from local developers and business-owners on the proposed Consumption and Treatment Services (CTS) site at 220 Simcoe Street. Taylor explains how the CTS site -- a long overdue, lifesaving service -- has become a topic of criticism in local headlines and amongst some downtown property owners, despite having widespread support from the community and various levels of government.
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Puzzles
There's nothing sorted under 'Puzzles' for
Nick Taylor
...yet.
2021-06-18 | One's Own Devices
Like some contracts and contraceptives
Edited by
Danny Taro
·
June 16, 2021
2021-05-05 | Mutterance
Little sounds from the pounds
Edited by
Danny Taro
·
May 5, 2021