Articles by: Angela Serednicki

Five tips for success you need to know before midterm season

Five tips for success you need to know before midterm season

Now that the reading week/midterm slump is in full swing, we asked Lane Vetere to share her top five tips for academic success.

by Angela Serednicki· · Arts & Life
(Steven Goetz/Steven Goetz Storytelling)

Suicide prevention activist speaks out

“I went through a lot of pain,” said Shayan Yazdanpanah, aerospace engineering student and advocate for mental health.

by Angela Serednicki· · Health, News
(Jake Melara/ Unsplash)

This is why your mental health matters

Mental health needs to be discussed with the same compassion, empathy and openness as any other sickness or disease. But it’s not. And this shouldn’t be the case.

by Angela Serednicki· · Editorial, Health
Remembrance Day, holiday or not, a time to pay tribute

Remembrance Day, holiday or not, a time to pay tribute

People remain divided on whether Remembrance Day should be a federal national holiday.

by Angela Serednicki· · Editorial, Opinion
A message from a frustrated student written on a tampon machine in a women's washroom, SHE 648, in the Sally Horsfall Eaton Centre building on Ryerson campus. October 30. (Jordan Cornish/Ryersonian Staff)

Update: Need to buy a tampon on campus? Good luck with that

The Ryersonian investigates the different prices charged by menstruation product dispensers on campus — that’s if you can find one that works

by Angela Serednicki· · News, Off Campus
(Courtesy of Facebook)

Trudeau’s ‘change’: How students can hold him to it

After months of election buzz taking over your social media feeds, from GIFs of Elizabeth May’s sassy peace sign, to too many voter status selfies to count, millions of Canadians await real change after electing Justin Trudeau as the new Prime Minister.

by Angela Serednicki· · Features, Politics