Communications Students launch ‘In Transit’

Posted On May 23, 2021

Yesterday the digital publication ‘In Transit‘ was launched. The magazine is the brainchild of 33 Communications students as part of their Magazine and Digital Publishing study unit. With a team of editors, photographers, videographers, marketers, designers, and social communicators, their hope was to celebrate the meaningful connections that are such an intrinsic part of our lives.

The 11 stories in In Transit

The 84-page magazine aims to showcase the importance of connection in an age where it is sorely needed and to also show the diversity of relationships in our life, through authentic storytelling.

The launch was celebrated with a livestream of several local music artists including Karin Duff, Dav.Jr, James Mifsud, Kersten Graham, Gianluca Bezzina, Gianni, and F.A.I.T.H. Popular DJ Debrii closed the event.

To read ‘In Transit’, click here.

Written by Daniela Chatlani

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