Our second show is already here. We braved the cold winds and heavy rainfall of early November to bring you a special episode of the Twenty-Fifth Hour: Campus Edition. This week we have a plethora of stories to share, from a Church struggling to stay open to a Syrian refugee finding work at a Shawarma restaurant.
New this time around is a rant by Aaron Hemens on Quebec’s face-covering law, now being challenged in court for being anti-constitutional. Kaylyn Whibbs also sits down with Larry McCloskey, the director of the Paul Menton Centre at Carleton to discuss services for disabled students on campus.
Grab a cup of whatever makes you happy, lay back and enjoy the fruits of our labour. Below you will find our stellar team.
Editorial Co-ordination Team
Executive Producer: Kanina Holmes
Production Co-ordinator: Dave Elliott
Show Producers: Nick Laws and Noah Richardson
Chief Writers: Greer Gemin and Rachel Jaskula
Show Editor and Packagers: Rachel Dale and Naomi Librach
Anchors: Mona Mahmoud, Lauren Sproule, Joshua Soucie, Lisa Thibodeau
Field Production and Studio Team
Field Interviewer/Producer: Kaylyn Whibbs
Field interview camera: Bailee Pegden
Field Camera: Sidney Weiss
Field Camera/Show opener: Amy Cook
Behind-the-Scenes camera: Marina Wang
Studio Audio: Aaron Hemens
Commentator producer: Rory Gilheany
Roving camera: Sarah Togman
25th Hour and Social Media: Jasmine Sikand
Social Media: Sandrine Murray
Youtube: Amy Cook