Ever seen the inside of a newsroom before? Been interviewed for national television? Made friends with a gift-bearing dinosaur?
Well, Princeton journalism has!
On Thursday, students toured the Toronto Star and got a chance to question immigration reporter Nicholas Keung. PC: Jes Wright
Junior Irma Qavolli poses in front of the newsroom. She sits in a chair where reporters make videos to take The Toronto Star’s subscribers behind-the-scenes. PC: Jes Wright
Prof. Deb Amos smiles while touring The Toronto Star! PC: Jes Wright
Sophomore Jack Allen munches on sugar snap peas for lunch. PC: Jes Wright
The Toronto Public Library offers a variety of resources for Canadian newcomers. PC: Sophia Cai
Students participate at a round table discussion at the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy at University of Toronto. The discussion covered a broad range of topics — everything from refugee language integration to the Canada-US Third Safe Country Agreement, plus more. Pictured here from left to right are sophomore Ben Ball, senior Marcia Brown, and senior David Exume. PC: Jes Wright
Sophomores Ben Ball and Amy Abdalla give interviews for OMNI TV and explain the differences they have observed between US and Canadian refugee resettlement. OMNI is a multi-lingual local and national newscast in Canada. Languages include Italian, Punjabi, Mandarin and Cantonese. PC: Jes Wright