ReFrame: An Antidote to Nihilism
In this essay, Nick Taylor reviews four films from this year's ReFrame line-up: Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning of Empathy, Writing With Fire, The Cost of Freedom, and The Viewing Booth. Weaving these disparate narratives together, Taylor meditates on the art of story-telling, ultimately identifying it as an antidote to nihilism.
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.
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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