Articles by: Abigale Subdhan

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This candidate is not your average ‘Jo’

Jo Temple is Toronto’s latest, unofficial mayoral candidate. She’s anti-sidewalks, fitness neutral, fiscally something and the heiress to a butter fortune. The only catch? She’s not real. The spoof candidate is part of a social awareness campaign that hopes to engage the youth vote, spearheaded by a group of 13 Ryerson radio and television arts (RTA) students. Jo Temple, loosely […]

by Abigale Subdhan· · News, On Campus
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Ryerson’s Wendy Wai dragged into alleged power plant scandal

Ryerson’s operations coordinator is allegedly one of the figures at the centre of the Liberal power plant scandal where police are investigating the deletion of key government emails, according to a Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) report accessed by the Toronto Star. When Wendy Wai worked for Dalton’s McGuinty’s chief of staff,  she was allegedly given unrestricted administrative access to computers […]

by Abigale Subdhan· · News, Top stories
The Toronto Grilled Cheese festival is on February 28 from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. (Vanessa Druckman/Flickr)

Top 5 grilled cheese places in Toronto

The Toronto Grilled Cheese Festival gets underway on Friday, Feb. 28 at the Roy Thomson Hall. The sold-out event will feature unconventional takes on the gooey snack, including ingredients like kimchi, Chinese barbecued pork, onion chutney and macaroni and cheese. But if you don’t have tickets to the mouth-watering fest, The Ryersonian has a list of the best grilled cheese […]

by Abigale Subdhan· · Arts & Life, Food, News, Off Campus

Ryerson professor crowdfunds new breast cancer treatment technology

A Ryerson physics professor is behind an online crowd-funding crusade to fund a technology that will advance the treatment of breast cancer. Michael Kolios and Gregory Czarnota, an oncologist at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, are using an Indiegogo campaign to spread the word and stimulate funding for three locations that will perform clinical studies on their brainchild project, WaveCheck. The […]

Ryerson fails in positive free speech

Ryerson fails in positive free speech

By Abigale Subdhan Ryersonian Staff The Ryerson Students’ Union has been rated the second-worst student union in the country when it comes to honouring freedom of expression rights, according to a recent report. The 2013 Campus Freedom Index, which measures the state of free speech in Canadian universities, gave the RSU a D and an F for failing to implement […]

by Abigale Subdhan· · News, On Campus
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