A virtual collaboration between Journalism students at Seneca College in Canada
The Extraordinary Stories Behind Everyday Heroes:
Contributing to a Circular Economy in a World Altered by COVID-19
A virtual collaboration between Journalism students at Seneca College in Canada and Artevelde University in Belgium
In multicultural groups, students will explore the global concept of a circular economy and collaborate on bringing together stories of successful local initiatives that contribute to a more sustainable world.
A throwaway society, that’s how Wai Chu Cheng sees much of our world. Her mission? To repair it, piece by piece, year by year, community by community.
In 2009 Wai saw a Repair Café in Amsterdam. Repair versus replace cultures have existed there and in places like Cuba for decades.
TD Markham Jazz Festival
TD Toronto Jazz Festival
Journalism students cover the impact of COVID - 19 on the jazz music scene as the annual festival prepares to return virtually.
John Pittman is a Toronto-based trumpeter and educator who has had to move his classes online. He's trying to make the best out of the current situation for his students -- from setting up online improv sessions to having virtual one-on-ones, Pittman is making sure the beat stays alive.
Tasked with how to keep his beat alive, Kiyoshi Nagata came up with a creative way to drum. This world-renowned Japanese Canadian Taiko Drummer has created a Virtual Taiko Drum through an app.
After graduating from the University of Toronto's music school, Jenna Marie Pinard was ready to take on the world of jazz and soul, but then the pandemic hit. She takes to TikTok singing loud and full of passion, creating a new vibrant sound on a new platform.
For many musicians, their musical journey begins with a special event in their life, but for Sarah Thawer, her journey began with her family -- a family of musicians. Many know Thawer as the amazing fusion drummer from Toronto because of her countless breathtaking performances, but how did she become the musician she is today?
Working Through Lockdown
From yoga to baking, Journalism students cover life during quarantine.