Do you work for a student-run publication in the UK, want free training on how to report on human rights issues, and the chance to win a prestigious new national award? Well, we’ve got news you’ll like!
The SPA is delighted to partner with The Media Society and Cision Gorkana to offer an exclusive opportunity to our members.
We’re super excited to announce the second part of our work experience scheme, following on from our software and coding day with trustee Elliot Davies at The Times. RightsInfo is an award-winning human rights news service, read by thousands of people every day. You’ll get the chance to spend up…
Epigram, the official student newspaper of the University of Bristol, was the big winner at the Student Publication Association’s National Awards this weekend, scooping both Best Publication and Best Reporter. York Vison’s Abbie Llewellyn scooped the prestigious Outstanding Commitment, while Interhacktives at City University received Best Specialist.
Don’t try to tell me you don’t want to be like the cool people at that photo. Everyone wants to win an award at #SPANC17 – after all, it is the biggest and best annual student journalism awards.
Time is running out to apply to become an SPA officer, but why should you throw your hat into the ring? Jem Collins, South East Officer in 14/15 and Chair for 15/16 has more than a few reasons.
The SPA is today calling on Cambridge University Students’ Union to abandon proposals to cut budget for The Cambridge Student as a matter of urgency.
The Student Publication Association is today calling on NUS conference delegates to approve a motion to safeguard fair, accurate and vital coverage to student union elections.
Last week The Independent published allegations of UCL bullying Rebecca Pinnington of Pi Media, an SPA member.
It may be a rainy and wet outside today – but we’re buzzing at SPA HQ to see our members filling up the Words by Women shortlist.