Forensic Science (FRSC)

Community-Based Research: A Year in Review
Alexia Kambanis finishes off her Community Based Research project with Arthur by reflecting on the year she has had. While this project is one of the most challenging things she did in her undergrad, she also says it was one of the most rewarding. Read the final results of her survey and learn more about the endless possibilities offered when doing research through your local student press.
A Better Way to Talk About Crime
In her second article of this series, Alexia Kambanis introduces a counter-example to her initial criticisms of local crime reporting: Arthur Newspaper! She explores how crime has been covered in Arthur's pages, and argues for crime reporting that accounts for context and empathy.
Examining the Examiner: Covering Crime in Peterborough
In the first article for her Community Based Research project with Arthur, Alexia Kambanis examines the trappings of crime coverage in Peterborough. Does the Examiner’s heavy handed and often classist reporting lead readers to feel more unsafe? Is the upswell in the true crime genre--of podcasts, books, reporting--affecting the way crime is reported? Alexia is Arthur’s researcher in residence this Spring and she will be working on answering big questions about crime reporting through the lens of our very own, homegrown, Peterborough publications.
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