Please come along today at 1.15pm in the small newsroom. Red Noses, pens, wristbands and other goodies to take away for FREE to say nothing of all the cake that has to be eaten and enjoyed!
Today we celebrate the inspiring role models like Sophy Ridge who come and share their stories, all the women who risk their lives to speak truth to power, and our past and current amazing students who will be writing the headlines of tomorrow. Our lecturer Laura Garcia has put together a list of 19 trailblazing journalists who have covered conflict, corruption, human rights, abuses, war, etc. Have a look and get inspired! Check out the Twitter thread here.
Karina Pavlova joined the pantheon of Bob Friend Memorial Scholars at a glitzy annual event attended by senior Sky News journalists in Medway last night.
Karina, who is in her final year at the Centre for Journalism, was presented with her prize by Sophy Ridge - presenter of Sky's flagship political discussion programme every Sunday - and Peter Diapre, assistant editor (mobile).
She won over Sky News executives with her pitch for a story about defibrilators being legally required in schools, universities and sports centres. Her prize was £3,500 towards her tuition fees and a month's work experience with Sky News this summer.
Karina was joined on stage by other former winners: Emma Rae Woodhouse, Alan McGuinness, Jem Collins and Laerke Christensen.
This year's Red Nose Day Tea will be held on WEDNESDAY 13TH MARCH AT 1.15PM in the SMALL NEWSROOM.
There will be FREE pens, wristbands, red noses etc but stocks are limited so aim to get there early.
Please Note - there will be no collection boxes and no-one will ask you to donate any money. Just come along for some cake and a giggle.