Articles by: Abigail Murta

(Courtesy Sean Bellaviti)

Finding rhythm with Cuban ‘son’

Sean Bellaviti hosts lecture remembering Buena Vista Social Club.

by Abigail Murta· · Arts & Life, Music
(Courtesy Alicia Harris)

Ryerson alumnae shows a different meaning of rape through chilling short film

I had the chance to interview Alicia Harris in the hotel she was raped in to discuss what it took for her to go public about her story.   REVIEW  “Maybe if it were a nice room with bedding that was pristine, you would have wanted it to stay that way.” Alicia Harris recites the poem she wrote for Maybe If It Were […]

Josephine Matias' tweet of a screenshot of the email sent to her sister by instructor Kelly Train.

UPDATED: Sociology instructor allegedly slams student for rejecting the concept of a gender wage gap

In an email, Ryerson sociology instructor Kelly Train wrote that the wage gap is “very real,” before writing that “[t]he reality is patriarchy.”

by Abigail Murta· · News, On Campus