Last updated: November 25, 2011 12:00 am.
Episode 51 — Spoof issues and intern woes
WATERLOO (CUP) — For the 51st edition of the Canadian University Press Podcast, we talk to CUP Arts Bureau Chief Clinton Hallahan about spoof editions of campus newspapers after Simon Fraser University's The Peak released their annual fun issue, an homage to Cosmopolitan, this past week.
Next we speak to CUP Western Bureau Chief Arshy Mann about a University of British Columbia program that aids veterans in transitioning to civilian life. The Veteran's Transition Program is looking to expand to other branches across the country in the near future.
Finally, we talk to The Eyeopener's Jeff Lagerquist about his story on unpaid internships and things for job-seeking students and recent graduates to keep in mind.
And, as with every week, we bring you a national news roundup from CUP member publications from coast to coast.
The Canadian University Press Podcast is hosted and produced by Mike Lakusiak in Waterloo, Ont. at the offices of Wilfrid Laurier University's student newspaper, The Cord. Comments or questions can be sent to email@example.com or via Twitter by following @cupcast.
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