The Langara Journalism Review provides essential coverage of the issues, trends, events and personalities that are changing the face of B.C. media. Journalists, educators and corporate communicators turn to LJR to better understand their world, and the dynamic role of journalism in modern society.
The LJR is produced annually by Langara journalism students, see previous editions here. Throughout the course of a semester, this group of 11 students has worked tirelessly to produce a product they could all be proud of. Meet the team behind the LJR.
She has enjoyed her time as editor-in-chief. Previously a peace & conflict studies student, Missy is a multi-skilled journalist living in Vancouver. She speaks French and loves books & wine.
Austin Everett is a British Columbian who is passionate for literature, arts & culture and good story telling. Stories are always worth telling and are sure to make a difference— somewhere.
Maxim Fossey is a Langara journalism student hailing from Calgary, Alberta. Fossey was also a copy editor for this year’s edition.
Joe Ayres was in charge of all digital content. They put together the LJR website, helped with multi-media production and lead the social media team. They hope to work as a social media coordinator or copy-editor.
Joshua Rey was a copy editor and contributing writer for the LJR. He hopes to be a sports writer and/or a radio host.
Kristian Trevena was a contributing writer for the LJR. She is passionate about writing about mental health issues and the environment.
Kristen Holliday is a Vancouver resident, writer and recent graduate of Langara College’s journalism program.