Articles by: Adriana Parente

All pain is real pain, period

All pain is real pain, period

A woman’s world is filled with different areas of shame, one being associated with periods and vaginal health. Yes, I said period and vaginal health in one sentence; I think we can handle it. If not, it might be because you are a boy and were excused from health class when the teacher turned to the page about periods. Or […]

by Adriana Parente· · Features
Get your head in the game

Get your head in the game

The chill in the October air was apparent. A white cloud of breath escaped from Rams goaltender Ally Sarna’s  mouth as she skated back to her net with her helmet and game face on. This was her first game back after recovering from her second shoulder surgery. Returning to the ice just before Halloween in 2016, Sarna had her head […]

by Adriana Parente· · Features, Sports
Canada changes national anthem to be more gender-neutral

Canada changes national anthem to be more gender-neutral

The Canadian Senate voted to change the lyrics of the country’s national anthem to make it gender-neutral on Wednesday. Before it officially becomes law, the legislation still requires the formality of royal assent. Once Gov. Gen. Julie Payette signs it into law, the second line of O Canada will change from “in all thy sons command” to “in all of us command.” […]

by Adriana Parente· · News
Athletes need a home

Athletes need a home

For most Ryerson athletes, team practices are at the Mattamy Athletic Centre, but for others it is a time-consuming commute that costs $3, two to four times a week. Ryerson’s baseball team practices at Stan Wadlow Park in East York, which not only costs the players’ time spent on public transit, but an annual $450 player fee each year.   […]

by Adriana Parente· · Sports
GO Transit releases etiquette book

GO Transit releases etiquette book

Commuters, apparently you’re doing it all wrong. On Wednesday, GO Transit released an etiquette book titled, The Unwritten Rules of Public Transit Etiquette Written Down. According to GO Transit’s Twitter, the book was written with  collection of commuter concerns from the past. Vanessa Barrasa, spokesperson for GO Transit, says that most customers are considerate of each other, but sometimes customers […]

by Adriana Parente· · News, Off Campus
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