The SPA is extremely concerned to see attempts to remove funding from member publication the University Times. We strongly believe that the actions of the University Times, while unorthodox for a student publication, were proportionate to the overwhelming public interest in reporting on hazing. Student publications carry out the vital…
As July comes to an end and we enter the hottest month of the year, student journalists across the country have been locked up and covering the news across the globe.
The previous month has been one of the busiest news months in history, as usual you guys have got it covered! Here are some of the highlights from student publications for the last week.
So, it actually happened – Britain has left the EU. It might be the most historic moment of our lives so far, in a few hours we’ve had a Prime Minster resign, a vote of no confidence in the leader of the opposition, and the First Minister declaring another referendum in Scotland – here’s…
The SPA is delighted to finally reveal its 2016 suite of awards, to be presented at #SPANC16.
Student journalists across the country have been able to take advantage of a free online media law lecture this month, as part of a special partnership with JournoTraining.com.
The Student Publication Association has formally voted to oppose unpaid internships, in a vote by the executive committee this week.
Edinburgh based student newspaper and SPA member publication, The Journal, has gone into liquidation. The paper combined the work of students at seven higher and further education colleges & universities, and at its peak had a print run of 10,000. Winning several awards from NUS Scotland, Scottish Student Journalism and The Guardian student…
Less than four months after #SPANC15 saw more than 100 student journalists descend on Southampton, the SPA has reached a record number of members.
Following the successful election of the new Student Publication Association committee, applications have now opened for regional officers.