It’s an exciting time to be a student of journalism in Sydney. Sure, the digital editing workshops can be a little dull, and there’s little pleasure to be found spending your evenings pacing the long corridors that wind around the University of Technology Sydney’s high-rise towers. But thanks to the intrepid efforts of The Australian’s media columnist Sharri Markson, we all know there’s a lot more going on behind the doors of Sydney’s media classrooms than the sleepy expressions of classmates in my 6 o’clock tutorials would let on.
Note to Sharri: students aren’t passive information sponges
The Australian's "exclusive" on the apparent left-wing brainwashing in uni media courses sells students short, writes UTS J-school student Max Chalmers.