The Guelph-Humber Post has been active since October of last year, writing stories on the college faculty strike, campus and world news and producing some investigative journalism: but what’s next for the Post?

The Post is working on becoming an official society of the university, in an effort to legitimize and solidify our existence as the independent student publication so that we can really tap into whatever resources at our disposal.

I truly hope that we can become a media source that is relied on by other students as we transition to being more active and focused in our reporting.

The team is excited to get started and also looking to bring on more students, so please let us know if you wish to join via the Contact page.


Re-branding?

Yes, you may have notice our social media posts regarding a re-branding coming this month, and we are excited to unveil a carefully crafted new logo, mission statement and start the switch to our new look.

Once we become an official society of the university, we hope to acquire funding to revamp our website and advertise our existence on campus. We also wish to launch interactive polling for our services and for the upcoming IGNITE elections.

All of our staff are busy, but our team is also dedicated to producing the most useful content that we can. Our mission moving forward is bring you the news and information that you care about from here, and around the world.


Stay in touch

Many have already followed our Instagram and Facebook accounts, but we hope more of you will tap into our Twitter, where we post every article, updates, weather and relevant breaking news.

We hope to in the future add features such as text updates and email summaries of what’s important for the week. This is an exciting time to stay in touch with the Post as we evolve, re-brand and move forward with more support.

Thank you for your continued support, whether you are from the University of Guelph-Humber, other institutions, across Canada or a global reader.


As always, more to come. Image of loading symbol from Guo Guiyan.

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Written by Eli Ridder

Eli Ridder is a journalism student at the University of Guelph-Humber and a senior correspondent for multiple independent publications including, but not limited to, The Anon Journal, Berning Media Network and the Ribbon. Find out more at eliridder.ca

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