This file contains The Proposal: That business students studying marketing or advertising take over the administration and selling of advertising that will appear in two publications produced as coursework by students in the School of Journalism.
A collection, on videotape, of 15-minute annual compilations of scenes of Broadcast Journalism students at work. Includes mainly bloopers, brief interviews with students and faculty and general shots of the Ryerson Campus.
Contains 3 copies of the only edition of The Magazine - news and entertainment for Ryerson. Published by the Department of Journalism. Unclear as to where they got their content - Journalism program only or open to University as a whole.
First volume published in October 1974 and last edition published in April of 1975. Magazine was published by the Department of Journalism and featured writers from the third year journalism magazine students.
Three large newsprint scrapbooks containing clippings from the Daily Ryersonian. Book 1 - September - December 1967 Book 2 January - March 1968 Book 3 September - November 1968 Book 4 January - March 1969
Three white coffee mugs with “50" School of Journalism - Ryerson, stamped on front. These mugs were produced to commemorate the School of Journalism’s 50th anniversary along with Ryerson’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
Because the School of Journalism no longer maintains a photo file "morgue" from which the Archives periodically received material, a short-term arrangement was reached whereby the Archives identifies selected RYERSONIAN photographs to be reproduced by the School of Journalism for the Archives Collection. These copy prints, along with photocopies of the relevant printed RYERSONIAN photographs, are arranged in the Collection by academic year under the one sub-series number.
Started in the Spring of 1984 as a yearly publication by the School of Journalism, it became a twice yearly publication in 1995 with Spring and Summer editions. In 2011 it switched to summer and winter editions. In 2013 the RRJ began publishing only one edition again. The editors of the journal are all Ryerson Students.
2 copies of "The Report of an Inquiry into the Department of Journalism at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute" September 1, 1970. This report was generated by the Department of Journalism at the request of the Office of the President (Mr. Donald L. Mordell).
Sub-series consists of 42 files containing black and white photographs used by Journalism students to illustrate articles in various Ryerson Publications or for reference purposes. A FINDING AID is available.
A collection of black and white prints weeded from Journalism photo files that have been sorted and arranged by subject. Photographs received through accession and were incorporated with RG 95.37 in order not to disturb the physical arrangement of collection records RG 95.6 and RG 95.8, and to avoid creating multiple finding aids. The bulk of this collection covers the 1980s and 1990s time periods.
RPEP - Bachelor of Applied Arts, Journalism 1980 Program Evaluation - Academic Element April 1981 Program Evaluation March 1982 Program Evaluation Process - Report of PAC 1982 Proposal to Modify Journalism Program to Strengthen Training in Broadcast and Magazine, January 1983 PRP - Academic Quality Element c1989 PRP - Societal Need Element 1989 PRP - Financial Viability Element Jan. 30, 1990
This collection represents the blending of a large group of student photography assignments, comprised of black and white photographs and contact sheets from several accessions. The negatives and contact sheets are filed alphabetically, by the photographer's surname, except for a small group which is filed by subject. In addition, there is a small group of unidentified negatives and contact sheets.
Five black and white photographs measuring 41cm x 51cm. Depicts Journalism students pasting up news copy and involved in various stages of publication production, and 3 black and white group photographs (16 x 23 cm ) attached to the sheets of paper.
Sub-series consists of magazines produced by the Journalism program: The Ryerson Magazine, Images, The Magazine, and The Ryerson Review of Journalism which went online in December 1997. Also included is one ticket to the 30th anniversary celebration of The Ryerson Review of Journalism.
Photographs include graduation composites from 1958, 1959, and 4 copies of the 1964 composite. The 1964 composite shows graduates from the Printing Management program, whereas in 1958 and 1959 the composite shows graduates from both programs.
Contains 2 copies of the only edition of Images Magazine. Published by the Department of Journalism. Unclear as to where they got their content - Journalism program only or open to University as a whole.
Contains 2 copies of the only edition of Future Images magazine. Magazine published by the Department of Journalism. Unclear as to where they got their content - Journalism program only or open to University as a whole.