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Wendy Gillis is pleased to be back at

the Star after a summer internship. Wendy
has been a reporter for the Saskatoon
StarPhoenix and the central bureau chief

Toronto Star
with Canadian University Press. She
was also the editor-in-chief of The Sheaf,
the University of Saskatchewan student

Radio room interns newspaper. She is entering her second

year of the master of journalism program
at Ryerson.

Alexandra Macaulay Noel Grzetic is entering her second

Abdelwahab is in her fourth year of year of the post-grad journalism program
journalism at Ryerson. She interned at The at Humber College. Prior to journalism
Gazette in Montreal this summer as an she studied psychology at the University
online editor. In May, she spent a month of Guelph and was involved in autism
at Global News in Toronto as a health research at Sick Kids Hospital. Born in
intern. This semester, she’ll be heading Buenos Aires, Argentina, Noel moved
off to London, England where she will be to Toronto in the 1980s. She is fluent in
interning at CBC. French and Spanish.

Tamara Baluja is back for her Hayley Kelman is a York University

second stint in the Radio Room after a graduate and currently attending Seneca’s
summer at The Province in Vancouver. journalism broadcast program. She spent
She has worked as a reporter with CFRB the past two years living in the U.K.
1010 and is an editor for the South Asian interning for The London Weekly focusing
magazine, Anokhi. Tamara has a BA in mostly on entertainment and pop culture.
English and History from U of T and is
entering her final year of journalism at
Centennial College. She speaks Hindi,
Punjabi and Urdu.

Gloria Er-Chua is returning to the Carys Mills will start her final year
Radio Room after a four-month stint this of Ryerson’s journalism program in the
summer. She just graduated from Queen’s fall by interning at The Globe and Mail
University, where she was news editor before joining the Star’s Radio Room. This
of the campus paper, the Journal. She summer she worked at The Windsor Star
is completing her French certificate at as a reporting intern. Last summer she
Ryerson University. She’s worked at the worked as an intern at the Queen’s Park
Kingston Whig-Standard and interned at a Press Gallery and will be graduating with a
magazine in Quebec. politics minor.

Liam Casey is a graduate student Emmanuel Samoglou is in his

in the Ryerson journalism program and final year of the post-graduate journalism
was a reporting intern with the Star this program at Humber College. Having
summer. He studied biology at Queen’s previously studied finance and marketing
and wrote a manuscript under the tutelage at Ryerson University, he plans to take his
of Paul Quarrington at the Humber School diverse background and deep interest in
for Writers. He is the editor of the winter politics abroad where he hopes to report,
2011 Ryerson Review of Journalism and write, and photograph from the world’s
has interned at the Ottawa Citizen and emerging hot spots.
Toronto Life.

Christine Dobby is entering second Liem Vu is a MJ student at Ryerson. He

year of Ryerson’s master of journalism has reported for The Varsity, The National
program but she still remembers a couple Post and The Globe and Mail. He was the
of things about the legal system from her lead singer of a barbershop quartet called
time practising family law for two years The TemptAsians. After an amicable split,
before returning to school. She spent the he got a degree in Criminology at U of T.
summer in Saint John, New Brunswick As a journalist, his experience includes
working as a business and provincial kettling during the G20 and a one-day stint
reporter at the Telegraph-Journal. as Bob Geldof’s transcriber.

Daniela Germano is in her final Madeleine White is a Radio Room

semester of the Ryerson journalism vet. She has also worked for a Liberal
program. In 2007, she traveled through the leadership contender and federal MP.
Iberian Peninsula and worked for a golf When not in the Radio Room, she is
magazine. She has also interned at two completing her Master of Journalism
community papers, the Town Crier and degree at Ryerson and her Major
Vaughan Today. She was the arts editor Research Project — a multimedia project
for The Ryersonian and an assistant editor profiling women running in Toronto’s
and copy editor for Ryerson’s feminist municipal election. Maddie is fluent in
magazine, McClung’s. French.