NASH is the biggest and best moment for Canadian University Press.
For alumni, it’s a scene that makes them wish they could take back whatever they’ve achieved since graduation and be a student journalist again — or at least get an invitation to speak to the up-and-comers and pass on valuable lessons learned.
For pros, it’s a chance to do some navel-gazing and ask that never-tired question: “What is the future of journalism?”
And finally for CUPpies, it’s a hot topic for freelancing. Particularly when we invite a gem like Ezra Levant to speak.
Here’s a spattering of the media coverage of NASH76 — MASH UP. Notably, almost all journalists were CUP alumni or current CUPpies.
- CUP’s NASH conference and the business of journalism
- Rencontre nationale pour les jeunes journalistes
- 76e conférence nationale de la presse estudiantine
- CBC News Edmonton Jan. 10, 2014 (between 4:18-5:10)
- Ezra Levant lives up to his own controversies at NASH conference
- Highlights of Canadian University Press NASH 76 live blog
- Student journalism conference sees controversy and change
- A Canadian student press fiasco continues
- My NASH experience