The first year HND Journalism students of Glasgow Clyde College have produced their first edition of the Clyde Insider and are proud to share it with all of you.
The paper covers a wide range of subjects including news, politics, features, sport, creative writing, entertainment and opinions.
Our newly appointed editor, Sara Lovallo, said:
“A lot of work was put into the winter edition and we are very excited to share the final product with our readers.
“Anyone will be able to pick up the newspaper for free at any of the three campuses of Glasgow Clyde College: Cardonald, Langside and Anniesland.”
Karen Bale, Journalism lecturer at Glasgow Clyde, was a constant support to our editorial team and a special thank you goes to her for all the help and the great lessons.
After seeing the paper, Karen said:
“I’m very proud of our first year journalism class for producing such a professional looking publication with such engaging content.”
We would also like to thank our other lecturers – the charming Charles Fletcher, brilliant Felicity Teasdale and lovely Jane Quigley – who have been helpful and understanding while we frantically worked on the Clyde Insider. We are also grateful to Claire Thomas for her help with the technical aspect of designing our publication.
Our class aimed to keep the newspaper professional and informative for all the fellow students in the college and in the city.
We had a full rebranding for the website earlier this year and we are happy to present a new, fresh looking Clyde Insider in print as well.
“They have been training as journalists for little over three months, so to have accomplished so much in that time is quite an achievement,” Karen said about us.
“There are so many talented, creative students in the class, it’s a pleasure working with them.”
And the excitement doesn’t end here. We have received some requests to read the paper from people outside Glasgow and our editor decided to answer them:
“A digital edition of the Clyde Insider will be available soon after the holidays for any folks who can’t get hold of a physical copy of the newspaper,” Sara said.
Our lecturer approved the digital copy and we are looking forward to share it with our readers from all around the country.
Don’t forget to pick up your copy of the Clyde Insider next time you’re on campus!