Final year Law/Media student Erdem Koc has been appointed editor of upstart for the rest of 2009. Please make him welcome, as he settles into his first week at the editor's desk (which is actually a..
Recent La Trobe graduates Erdem Koc and Ryan Witcombe will join The Working Journalist class this evening to talk about their lives as working journalists. All students and staff are most welcome to..
In the final of a six-part series, Erdem Koç looks at what the future for Anzac Day holds following its 100th year anniversary.
In the fifth of a six-part series, Erdem Koç looks at what the legacy the Battle of Gallipoli has left in a cultural sense for Turkish Australians.
In the fourth of a six-part series, Erdem Koç explores what the heartfelt tribute in 1934 by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk means for Turkish Australians.
In the third of a six-part series, Erdem Koç shares the stories of Turkish Australians who have visited Gallipoli, and the feelings their trips evoked.
In the second of a six-part series, Erdem Koç looks at how Turkish Australians learn about, and then attempt to balance, the two sides of the infamous battle.
In the first of a six-part series, Erdem Koç looks at the infamous Battle of Gallipoli from the Turkish side as the centenary commemorations come to a close.
Hear from founding editor (and now La Trobe University academic), Erdem Koc and our current editor, Joely Mitchell, about the aims and purpose of upstart — the magazine for emerging journalists.
Little can be said in the wake of the horrific news Australians and the global sporting community faced today, writes Erdem Koç.
The sacking of Holger Osieck is the perfect opportunity for the FFA to look long and look local in appointing the next coach, writes Erdem Koç.
When reporting on the Essendon drugs scandal it's vital our objectivity is kept intact, writes Erdem Koç.
La Trobe University journalism lecturer Erdem Koç is giving a talk today at 2pm.
Erdem Koç can't help wondering why journalists camping outside AFL House yesterday didn't pack up and leave.
While Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott lock horns in the opening debate of the campaign, Liam Quinn and Erdem Koç will be covering all the action.
In a little over two weeks, Turkey has been transformed into a fascist police state, with no sign of an end to the brutality soon, writes Erdem Koç.
It's easy to forget the ugly side that we've created to some of the most beautiful games in the world, writes Erdem Koç.
Playing the blame game in an attempt to find the real culprits of the royal prank call tragedy will lead nowhere, writes Erdem Koç.
It's been one of the most controversial years in recent political history. Erdem Koç looks at the top ten moments in Australian politics for 2012.
Parliament has risen for the summer following a fiery week of politics which won't be remembered for the policies created, writes Erdem Koç.