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Shining a Light in Dark Corners: Why Good Journalism Matters

Thu., Sep. 18, 2014 7:30 p.m.

Location: Regina German Club (Downstairs) 1727 St. John Street

The University of Regina School of Journalism and the U of R Alumni Association welcome Jason Warick, StarPhoenix reporter, to speak at this free Journalism Talk and Social.

Details are as follows:

Title: Shining a Light in Dark Corners: Why Good Journalism Matters
Date/Time: Thursday, September 18
7:30 p.m.
(Note: Light snack buffet and cash bar after lecture)
Location: Regina German Club (Downstairs)
1727 St. John Street
Regina
Speaker:

Jason Warick, StarPhoenix Reporter

U of R Journalism School graduate Jason Warick has been a reporter at The StarPhoenix since 1996. He’s filed stories from El Salvador to the Philippines, from Cypress Hills to the Black Lake Denesuline First Nation. Jason has worked as a farmer, roofer and grocery clerk, but decided to become a journalist because they got in to sports events and concerts for free. He’s grateful to the U of R for helping him find his way, and for finding his wife, fellow J-school grad Michelle Beveridge. They live in Saskatoon with their two children, Annie and Taras.

RSVP: You can join the event on Facebook by visiting https://www.facebook.com/events/772366976134919/