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Bailey Mail, 28 January 2016

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29
 

Newspaper produced by Year 1 and Year 2 undergraduate students in real time.

 

Editorial team: Boglarka Kosztolanyi, Keilan Webster, Borislava Todorava, Paavan Mohindru, Olivia Eden-Brown, Juiusz Mielczarek, Daniel Surey, Latifa Yedroudj, George Nixon, Rachel Dixon, Amelia Watts, Tommaso Fiore, Lucy Norris, Joe Brophy, Charles Harman, Sean Hills, Jujia Lee, Chloe Pizzey, Joshua Flores, Philip Wellbrook

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Medway Scope, Thursday January 28 2016

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Newspaper produced by Year 1 and Year 2 undergraduate students in real time.

Editorial team: Harry Peet, Evangeline Dryden, Devina Serebour, Adham Dvennny, Jason Loke, Andrew Robinson, Leah Wood, Joe Coshan, Ariane Spinosa, Lara Elcheik, Siobhan Neave, Bernadito Botto, Tommaso Fiore, Monica Greep, Sebastian Jenkins, Daniel Lloyd, Katie Nelson, Srinivas Sadhanand, Alfie Tobutt

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Medway Metro, Thursday January 28 2016

Jan
29
 

Newspaper produced by Year 1 and 2 students in real time.

Editorial team: Micah George, Duarte Dias, Anita Nkonge, Lucas Faggianelli, Vendela Bolin, Ivy Iverson, Freddie Nicholas, Sebastian Wainwright, Rashaud Mcbain, Arthur Boulanger, Chandni Sembhi, Indya Clayton, Rene Betts, James Connolly, Michael Haffenden, Ismail Khwaja, Elaine Loke, Isabelle Miller, Ethan van Ristell, Kaya Terry

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Voice Training - attention Year 2s

Jan
27

Please look at the voice training rota pinned on the UG newsroom door and note your session date and time. Due to the high numbers this year, voice training will be happening on Wednesday afternoons as well as Friday afternoons. It's really important that you arrange a swop if your date is really difficult for you. Thank you! 

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Court Reporting - attention Year 2s and MAs

Jan
27

Don't forget that teaching for the NCTJ Court Reporting syllabus starts this Friday, January 29th. Same timings and same rooms as NCTJ Law last term. If you've decided to do this module it's really important that you make every effort to attend all sessions - the exam date is March 16th. . 

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Teams for Thursday's Year 1 and 2 print newsday

Jan
25

Below are the teams for this Thursday's hotly-anticipated print news day.

Each team will produce a 12-page evening newspaper that will print at 5pm for the commuter market - reporting the World from Medway. Editors will brief their teams on Wednesday at 1pm in the main newsroom.

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Timetable for 2016 Bob Friend Scholarship

Jan
25

There will be a briefing for students who wish to compete for the 2016 Sky Bob Friend Scholarship in the main undergraduate newsroom at 1pm on Tuesday 26 January. The timetable for the process of shortlisting, interview and award is set out below.

Deadline for submissions: Friday 12 February at 4pm. Submissions including your name and mobile telephone number should be submitted to Anastasia's office.

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The luckiest unlucky journalist

Jan
22

While everyone is anticipating better future and life conditions in Iran after the long-awaited "implementation day" of the nuclear deal finally saw the light, the situation of journalists in the Islamic Republic is only getting worse.

Immediately after lifting the international sanctions, Iran’s official, moderate and reformist media hailed and celebrated the country's reintegration with the international economy.

Meanwhile, politicians from different parts of the world bombarded the media with optimistic statements arguing that the world is a safer place now.

But we, the journalists, understand quite well that the deal doesn’t mark the start of a safer world as Secretary of State John F. Kerry said.

Iran is one of the world’s top jailers for journalists, where journalists are threatened, abused and detained.

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Form over content

Jan
22

The debates that arose these last few months about the possible publishing of Mein Kampf during the course of the year following its entry in the public domain were always going to be deeply divisive. Adolf Hitler’s foul manifesto is, after all, an unequivocally vile collection of self-righteous bigotry and hateful drivel the likes of which have rarely been equalled since, if ever.

But it is not the book that we should be worrying about. Because it is, frankly, terribly written. Because no one doubts for a second that it is racist. Because it was the symbol of a political movement that utterly failed in its mission and is now reviled by most of the world. Because no matter how infamous it is, no matter how big a mark it has left on an era, we quite simply do not respect it as a literary work.

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