Articles by: Astoria Luzzi

Olivia Baratta has secretly been running the Ryerson Problems Twitter account since 2011. (Christina Dun / Ryersonian Staff)

The student behind @RyersonProblem

A female student sits on a bench on the third floor of the Ted Rogers School of Management trying to focus on the textbook in front of her. Her phone vibrates and a Twitter notification appears, but she ignores it. Five minutes later, there are five more notifications. She finally looks at the messages and retweets a few, all with […]

by Astoria Luzzi· · News, On Campus, students, Top stories
Ryerson’s yearly pay rankings aren’t so sunny

Ryerson’s yearly pay rankings aren’t so sunny

Ryerson’s presence on the “Sunshine List” has increased by 54 additional employees this year, taking the list from 892 Ryerson names to 946 — a six per cent increase. The current list, released by the Ontario Ministry of Finance last Friday, outlines Ontario’s public servants who make an annual income of $100,000 or more. The list outlines public sector workers […]

by Astoria Luzzi· · News
Privacy should be priority in clinics

Privacy should be priority in clinics

Let’s face it, for most of us in university, our top priorities include academics, socializing and making it home to catch our favourite TV show. Personal health only really comes into that mix when it threatens our productivity. Over the past two weeks, I noticed I was having some sort of allergic reaction on my neck. Eventually I got tired […]

by Astoria Luzzi· · Opinion, Voices
South gates to original campus on Gould Street. The parking lot is now Lake Devo, and O’Keefe Breweries Head Office seen in the distance is now Heaslip House (August 1961). (Courtesy Ryerson University Archives)

Archives donation reveals Kerr Hall history

A donated collection to the Ryerson Archives shines a new light on the construction of Howard Kerr Hall. It is the first complete visual collection to document the building’s formation. The Charles Roy Horney collection, gradually donated to Ryerson over the past four years, contains more than 100 scrapbook photographs and more than 200 slides. This collection fills in some […]

by Astoria Luzzi· · News, On Campus
Juannittah Kamera, health promotion programs coordinator, poses with a mural started by students during Mental Well-being Awareness Week. The mural is a space for students to visually express their thoughts on mental health. (Matt Oxman)

Mental Wellbeing Awareness Week comes to a close

Ryerson’s Mental Wellbeing Awareness Week came to a close but it’s leaving a video impression well into next week. Ryerson’s health promotion team kicked off a list of art-inspired initiatives to raise awareness of mental health. This included 12 videos of Ryerson students giving advice on issues like coping with stress. The event happens twice a year coinciding with midterms. […]

by Astoria Luzzi· · News, On Campus
Previous Next
Close
Test Caption
Test Description goes like this