Monthly Archives: September 2010

Flash Forward Festival 2010 has some great speakers this year!

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Loyalist College Photojournalism Classes of 2011 and 2012

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Hillside Summit ticket winners!

Congratulations to the winners of the Hillside Summit tickets donated by Ottawa Citizen Chief Photographer Wayne Cuddington and CP photog Fred Chartrand. The two winners MUST contact Frank O’Connor in writing by 10:00 a.m. Monday Sept. 13 to accept or … Continue reading

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Lottery draw for two tickets to the Ottawa Hillside Summit Sept. 25!

Wayne Cuddington , Chief Photographer at the Ottawa Citizen and longtime CP photographer Fred Chartrand have generously donated two tickets (value $100. each)  to the Hillside Summit Photojournalism Lecture Series to be held Sept. 25 in Ottawa. (see earlier blog … Continue reading

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THINK THINK SHOOT……………..SHOOT SHOOT THINK

THINK THINK SHOOT……………….SHOOT SHOOT THINK These six words form a basic philosophy here at Loyalist.  We want you to think……….and we want you to shoot.  Your education and growth depend on both.   The order in which you apply these words … Continue reading

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The Hillside Summit Photojournalism Lecture Series

Ottawa freelancer and Loyalist PJ grad Blair Gable is helping to organize a Photojournalism Lecture Series known as “The Hillside Summit” in Ottawa on Sept. 25. Blair will be one of the first speakers you will have in Photo Seminar class … Continue reading

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Photojournalism students volunteer at The Hospital for Sick Children

One of the most important aspects of Photojournalism that sets it apart from other applications of the language of photography is the sense of public service that is integral to it. Our students are exposed to this early in the … Continue reading

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