EML and CR Revision Session 31.05.17

May
09

Sarah Fuller will be delivering revision sessions for EML and Court Reporting on 31 May in PK101 at the following times:

EML 11.00 - 13.00

CR 14.00 - 16.00

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JN302 Revision Session 11.05.17

May
09

Paul Francis is delivering a JN302 revision session for Year 1 on Thursday, 11 May from 13.00 - 14.00 in PK104.

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Interested in politics? Pollstation is looking for writers #GE2017

May
05

Want to build your portfolio? Get published? Write about interesting issues?

"Pollstation" - is an online media / publishing startup that runs polls (similar to YouGov) and provides their readers with neutral briefings on the topics they poll. 

They are looking for an opportunity to work with keen students to help produce subject briefings for Pollstation. The purpose of our briefings is to provide our readers with a concise, balanced, factual digest - outlining the background, and explaining the various arguments on either side of each issue being debated / polled.

More info here: http://www.pollstation.com/put-the-world-to-rights-write-for-us/

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Court Reporting successes!

Apr
13

Congratulations to the many CfJ students who passed last month's NCTJ Court Reporting exam. Once again we had a pass rate of over 90% which is a terrific testament to the hard work you all put in over a very short time-scale. Lara Elcheik was top scorer with a stonking 86% with Elaine Loke and Charlotte Wardley also hitting the dizzy heights of the 80s. Well done all.  

 

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Come to the Best Ever Student Journalism Conference, #SPANC17!

Apr
05

A friendly reminder that tickets for this year's Student Publication Assocation National Conference will be closing for sales on April 18th at 6pm.

What's the Student Publication Association National Conference I hear you cry? Well, only the conference with the best hashtag in the world, #SPANC17.

It's a weekend long event of student journalists from across the country and we've got talks, workshops, and masterclasses booked in from people from BuzzFeed, Metro.co.uk, The Times, The Telegraph, The BBC, and more.

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Looking for volunteers for a new sound project!

Apr
03

If you're staying in Medway over Easter break, I am looking for 10-12 contributors to help test out a new social platform that is trying to make sound social.

CfJ's soundboard will be a collection of ideas and thoughts on the news of the day with students, lecturers etc. SkyNews is already using this new platform very effectively and we have been invited to be one of the first publishers!

Interested? Email Laura at lauris dot garcia at gmail dot com. 

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Earn £150 for making a short film

Mar
20

The Stationers' Crown Wood Academy is keen to hire a CfJ student to make a short video (c. 2 minutes) to promote the facilities and opportunities available in their new Digital Media Centre. Emma Smith, Deputy Principal of the Academy, which is located on the Greenwich Peninsula, would like a classy piece of film including shots of students at work, brief interviews etc.

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Bob Friend Memorial Lecture 2017

Mar
17

Missed this year's Bob Friend Memorial Lecture? Fear not! Thanks to our incredible team of student volunteers Ed Conway's insightful lecture on fake news and the age of Trump is available on Youtube. You can also watch previous lectures by Stuart Ramsey, Adam Bolton & John Humphrys and Alex Crawford.

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A byelection autopsy: the Labour Party and Copeland

Mar
09

In my first ever post for Backbench, I wrote about how the Labour Party faced an extremely perilous position in its northern seats, seats which had previously been safe for the party for years.

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International Women's Day: The Aftermath

Mar
09

Yesterday was the 8th of March, also known as International Women’s Day. 8th of March has always been a date for me to look forward to, being born and raised in Norway. It’s known for having speeches and processions and sometimes protests, and I’ve always seen it as an important day to highlight women’s rights and battles.

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