What is EMERGE Magazine?

As has been the case for the last twelve years, the EMERGE project gives students the opportunity to gain experience and work alongside other specializations in the program to produce professional media content. This years project includes a web magazine, a print magazine, promotional and documentary video content, a podcast, social media, a visual showcase and an award ceremony to celebrate the work of media students across Canada.

The overarching theme chosen for this year’s EMERGE Magazine is the concept of “the non-linear path.” 

What is The Non-linear Path?

The world is in a perpetual state of evolution, and by simple virtue of time, the so-called “traditional way” is growing more and more obsolete. There is no longer one straightforward path or method to achieving one’s goal or finding one’s path in life, whether professional or personal.

In order to survive and thrive, we must be able to adapt and be flexible enough to allow the “impossible” to happen.

Content this year will feature those that correspond to the concepts of change, adaptation, and evolution. It will give you a preview of what it’s like to jump headfirst into today’s media landscape at the University of Guelph-Humber and equip you with some of the tools to thrive there, even if it’s uncertain where you’re headed professionally or personally.

The Many Paths of GH media

On every path, there are forks in the road where decisions need to be made. The path that future Guelph-Humber Media students will be on is no different. Should students choose Guelph-Humber, they’ll need to choose a stream of Media to specialize in. There are 5 specializations to choose from, which are: Digital Marketing & Social Media, Media Management & Analytics, Multimedia Journalism, Public Relations, and Visual Communication. There are many different career paths that come with a Guelph-Humber Media degree. Learn more about the Media and Communications Studies program here.



Alex Droog

Team Lead

Alex has always had a passion for web development and design. This project was a perfect fit to deploy his skills. Alex is aiming to become a Front-End Web Developer.

Briana Fee

Web Developer

Briana enjoys telling stories through digital design and web development. She is an e-Learning developer at the Canadian Police College. Her best friends are her cat, Midna and her dog, Kira.

Vishnuga Rajalingam

Art Director

Vish is ambitious and passionate about everything creative – especially in designing for brands and taking photographs. She is working towards a career in graphic and digital design.

Jagdeep Saroya

Web Content Manager

Jagdeep’s passion lies in digital communications. She is pursuing a career in web development. She enjoys exploring photography and analyzing cinematic principals and techniques of movies in her spare time.

Nicolas Neri

Multimedia Developer

Nick has a background in graphic design and hopes to pursue a career in the industry. Nick does freelance design work on the side and enjoys designing clothing as well.

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