Finance Director. Social Media Editor. Hard News Editor
Katia Galati is a fourth-year journalism student with an interest in video production, social media and court reporting. She’s currently the news coordinator for CJRU 1280 AM where she manages and a produces a radio show called News at Morning Mixtape.
Digital Director. Investigative Editor
Talha Hashmani’s a fourth-year journalism student specializing in investigative reporting. He was also a former intern at Metroland Media’s Simcoe County division. His work has been featured in CanCulture, Radio Regent, and CJRU 1280AM. He also received the Loretta H. Yaskiel award for excellence in crime and court reporting and was the producer of a radio segment that won JCU’s best upper-year audio piece last year
Marketing Director. Video & Audio Editor. Opinion Editor
Nick Parker is a fourth-year journalism student Ryerson specializing in multimedia journalism and opinion writing. He has collaborated in the past with organizations such as the Walrus, the Canadian National Institute for the Blind, and CBC. He’s also spent time contracting private videography work.
PR Director and Outreach Coordinator. Culture & Lifestyle Editor
Naama Weingarten is a fourth-year student at the Ryerson School of Journalism. She spent two years coordinating the morning newscast for CJRU 1280AM, conducted investigations for outlets like Vice and CBC, and interned at the Investigative Journalism Bureau where she worked on investigations for the Toronto Star. She’s won various awards for her creative writing, particularly in comedy.
Communications Director. Video & Audio Editor
Masih K is a fourth-year journalism student. He’s interned at the Investigative Journalism Bureau, was a videographer for Mum’s the Word – an award-winning interactive documentary on the forced adoption mandate in Canada – and was a crime reporter for Radio Regent. He’s also a senior reporter at Investigative Chronicles, a publication dedicated to chronicling the 1987 murder of a high school freshman.
International Political & Conflict Correspondent
Yaqoub Burney is a fourth-year professional writing major at York University. Raised in the Middle East and having two political activist parents, Yaqoub developed a lifelong interest in world events and conflict. He has worked in Balochistan as a writer and interviewer for the humanitarian organization Al-Hijrah Trust.