The Knowledge (Student Newspaper) University of Plymouth

The Knowledge aims to be an impartial platform to report on accurate, relevant news and to aid the views of all students, teachers and members of  the University of Plymouth, the Students’ Union and affiliated organizations.

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Code of Conduct

This code is set in place to provide boundaries within the publication to ensure that all content is accurate, independent of external influences and impartial, to maintain an honest relationship with its audience. The code aims to provide standards to protect the rights of an individual, of the public and of the right to publish content. (The Human Rights Act 1998 recognizes the right to freedom of expression, which includes the audiences’ right to receive creative material, information and ideas without interference, subject to restrictions in law. It also recognizes the right to private and family life and to freedom of thought, conscience and religion).

Impartiality

The Knowledge is committed to providing impartial information across all sections unless otherwise stated via a disclaimer on the article.

The Knowledge strives to remain a publication for all members and audience to be satisfied with its honest, unbiased content.

The paper depends on evidence. All members must report facts first and provide professional explanations where applicable.

Articles must not promote individual opinions unless necessary (e.g. Opinion and Style & Beauty sections to some extent).

Representing the Paper and Interacting With Members

The Knowledge‘s most important relationship is with its audience. All members of The Knowledge must be courteous and professional when interacting with the paper’s audience via public, phone, email or social networks. When reporting, all members are to maintain an open minded, professional standard when reporting, discussing content or representing the paper at events. Whilst The Knowledge recognizes that social networks are interactive and a typically informal form of communication, members must be aware that they represent a publication and all views or activities engaged in may reflect on the paper’s reputation. The Knowledge is aware that the majority of members take part in additional hobbies, whilst the paper appreciates this, it cannot allow external interests to conflict with the accuracy of its articles and therefore compromise the trusting relationship it has with its audience.
Emma Platt
Editor in Chief

Meet the General Team

Editor-in-Chief, Emma Platt

Emma is in her 3rd year studying English Literature. As the head of the publication Emma oversees all aspects of the paper including section editors, designers, print issue, business, marketing, media, finances, the society’s committee, hosting and organising events.

Sports and Societies, Seren Kiremitciogluj

Seren is studying Primary Teaching with English and Drama whilst being Sports editor for The Knowledge. With her love of sport, Seren plans to make the section a hub for information, issues and recognition of events and achievements for all sports clubs at Plymouth University.

News Editor, Becca Louiza Kohlerz

Becca is in her 3rd year studying Music. Last year, the section was one of the most read sections which the new editors plan to maintain and develop over the course of the next year.

Opinions

The Knowledge prides itself on being a platform available to all voices whilst remaining impartial. The paper presents the opinions of others on current affairs and affecting information to raise awareness and evoke discussion.

All opinions must be accompanied by relevant and accurate facts.

The more controversial or critical an opinion, the more is it of the interest of the section editor to provide another member’s counter argument.

All opinion articles are to be published accompanied by a disclaimer.

It is necessary to declare any additional interest, relationship or experience that may influence an opinion.