The macabre live murders of Alison Parker and Adam Ward in Virginia are a chilling watershed. Whatever the shooter’s motivations, the idea that journalists are targets for infamy seekers is now an idea in our culture.
Cross-code convert Jarryd Hayne is on the verge of winning a coveted spot in the San Francisco 49er’s 53-man roster, according to Monash journalism digital coordinator Julie Tullberg.
Monash journalism student Aleczander Gamboa’s dream job is becoming an editor in chief of a fashion and lifestyle magazine. Read Aleczander’s profile here.
Monash University’s journalism lecturer Dr Deb Anderson will engage in conversation with Laureate Professor Peter Doherty at the Melbourne Writers Festival on Saturday, August 29 at 2.30pm.
Monash University’s professional writing lecturer Dr Andrew Johnson enjoys exploring new ideas and working with creative and considerate people who share the love of knowledge and learning.
In this modern world of 24/7 work, unaffordable housing, consumerism and waste, have you ever … Continue reading Conscious consumers to benefit from pop-up shop
Masters journalism and sustainability student, Janene Trickey, has established an online store, Evolution Emptor, which offers a lifestyle collection for conscious consumers.
Do sports stars give up a right to privacy with their success? Do journalists have … Continue reading Footy and the Media: the Off-Field Game
Pulliam Journalism Fellow and Monash journalism graduate Alana Mitchelson has enjoyed success at the Indy Star newspaper in the United States, producing many lead news stories.
Bohemian Melbourne exhibition entrance. Photo: Patrick Rodriguez The Bohemian Melbourne exhibition, held during the 2014-2015 summer season … Continue reading Bohemian Melbourne exhibition wins award