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Carol Eugene Park

Carol Eugene Park

Carol Eugene Park is a multimedia reporter for Glacier Media, with journalistic interests in arts and culture, and social issues.

Park is a transplant from Hamilton, Ontario, who moved across the country to pursue a master's in journalism at the UBC School of Journalism. Before the relocation, she studied English Literature and Renaissance Studies at the University of Toronto.

Her work has been published in various news outlets, including Global, Globe and Mail, CBC, and The Tyee. In 2021, she had the opportunity to co-host and produce an explainer podcast called Decomplicated.

Although Park started her career in print, she is equally passionate about audio journalism, especially narrative and investigative podcasts, and digital storytelling.

When she's not working, Park is almost always scrolling through TikTok, or watching reality dating shows.

For hot takes on TV shows, or unoriginal but still relatable thoughts, follow her on Twitter: @caroleugenepark

Recent Work by Carol

Prescription eyewear too expensive for many British Columbians, poll shows

Prescription eyewear too expensive for many British Columbians, poll shows

33 per cent of British Columbians haven't visited the optometrist in the last three years.
How a B.C. program is challenging teacher 'Come and Go' syndrome in Indigenous communities

How a B.C. program is challenging teacher 'Come and Go' syndrome in Indigenous communities

"It really is grassroots. Our communities are coming forward and saying, 'We have people in our community who want to be teachers. We have schools here that are understaffed.' So there's a need," says UBC's Johanna Sam.
Sustained low wages can cause memory to decline faster, new study finds

Sustained low wages can cause memory to decline faster, new study finds

New study examines the relationship between low wages during working years and later-life cognitive functioning.
B.C. is ending immigration detention. Here's what you need to know

B.C. is ending immigration detention. Here's what you need to know

Advocates say while this is a historic development to abolishing immigration detention in Canada, more must be done.
Trudeau sees lowest approval rating, new poll finds

Trudeau sees lowest approval rating, new poll finds

Only 33 per cent of Canadians say the country is headed in the right direction.
B.C. officials encouraging health checks during heat wave

B.C. officials encouraging health checks during heat wave

For some people, indoor temperatures can be hotter than outdoors.
Vaping is a gateway to smoking cigarettes for young Canadians, poll finds

Vaping is a gateway to smoking cigarettes for young Canadians, poll finds

"Vaping is harmful, period. For health, especially for youth," says the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
Survey says: As pandemic surges on, a generational divide exists on prevention

Survey says: As pandemic surges on, a generational divide exists on prevention

As B.C. works through the seventh COVID-19 wave, older Canadians have growing concerns about catching the virus.
'Reduces the stigma': At-home STI testing kits coming this fall

'Reduces the stigma': At-home STI testing kits coming this fall

Canadians will be able to test for chlamydia, gonorrhea and trichomoniasis with one urine sample.
Space rocket junk could severely harm humans, UBC researchers say

Space rocket junk could severely harm humans, UBC researchers say

The chances parts of a space rocket re-enter Earth's atmosphere and strike a human being appears to be growing, says a new UBC study.