Articles by: Aileen Zangouei

Ryerson International graduate students completing a session activity.

Persepolis film screening helps international students combat culture shock

International students at Ryerson struggling to adapt to Canada felt a little more at home after a screening of Persepolis last week.

by Aileen Zangouei· · Arts & Life
Post-secondary students in North America are one of the most sleep-deprived populations. (Courtesy of John-Mark Smith via Pixabay)

Never not awake: students lacking sleep

Post-secondary students in North America are one of the most sleep-deprived populations, according to a health and wellness report by the University of Michigan.

by Aileen Zangouei· · News
Mood Routes takes students on a guided nature tour every Tuesday.
(Photo by Ammi Parmar)

Mood Routes for mental health

Every Tuesday, Ryan Mawdsley has a pair of running shoes on.

The 33-year-old second-year nutrition student said he tends to feel lonely in his classes and has a hard time connecting with other students.

While his class breaks into independent work study, Mawdsley eagerly waits for the clock to strike noon.

by Aileen Zangouei· · Arts & Life, Environment
Chantelle Cruzat-Wherein is a first-year-student and she’s “scared University is going to be too much to handle.” (Photo by Aileen Zangouei)

Students transitioning to university are most vulnerable to mental health issues

The gap between being a first-year and a fourth-year student isn’t as big as it seems, but it’s a gap filled with a lot of experiences, fears and anxieties.

by Aileen Zangouei· · Features
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