Articles by: Adriana Parente

Where did your mind go?

Where did your mind go?

Madeline Fiore gathered all her friends in one place. Fuelled by the surrounding smell of coffee, she dumped her bag full of poems onto the table. “OK guys, pick your favourite one!” she told them. After reading them over, her friends collectively passed them all back to her because they were just too good. “It was no help, but it […]

by Adriana Parente· · Features
The Toronto Maple Leafs practise at spiritual home

The Toronto Maple Leafs practise at spiritual home

It’s been 19 years since the  Toronto Maple Leafs’ last practice at the Mattamy Athletic Centre (MAC), then known as Maple Leaf Gardens. Today, the MAC welcomed the Leafs team back on the ice at 12 p.m. for an open practice. “I have fun memories (growing up); we didn’t get tickets often, but when we did it was obviously really […]

by Adriana Parente· · Hockey, News, On Campus, Sports
Ryerson is at the Winter Olympics

Ryerson is at the Winter Olympics

Ryerson will be represented  in the 2018 Winter Olympics. The Rams announced that Alana Goulden, Ryerson Athletics’ equipment coordinator, will be assisting Team Canada, working as an equipment manager for the women’s hockey team. Goulden has worked full-time at Ryerson since 2012. She has been on leave since July 2017, when she moved to Calgary in preparation for the Winter […]

by Adriana Parente· · Hockey, Sports
Commuters board the subway train at Warden Station on Nov. 20. (Photo by Jenny Zhen)

Will The TTC Way speed up your commute?

The TTC’s 2017 campaign, The TTC Way, which was built to improve its customer service, may be falling on deaf ears. The company is at the receiving end of renewed criticism after a cracked rail at Bloor station last week impacted rush-hour commutes. The TTC Way – a corporate rule book espousing six pillars – outlines how commuters should behave […]

by Adriana Parente· · News, Off Campus
Are you happy enough?

Are you happy enough?

If you are a student, you understand what it means to be stressed. With the never-ending load of schoolwork, debt, and expectations, sometimes we forget to take care of our mental health. How do students keep up with happiness while under all this stress? Students at Yale University might have the answer. Psychology and the Good Life is a new […]

by Adriana Parente· · News, On Campus
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