Articles by: Angelyn Francis

I finally saw myself in a syllabus

I finally saw myself in a syllabus

For our voices section, reporter Angelyn Francis shares her experience taking ENG 108 with a professor who made it a point to teach work that was by and about racialized people.

by Angelyn Francis· · Opinion, Voices
Ryerson student sets out across Canada to share ‘True North Tales’

Ryerson student sets out across Canada to share ‘True North Tales’

One student set out on a cross country adventure to document the true Canada.

by Angelyn Francis· · Arts & Life
PhD graduate delivers Ryerson’s first ASL thesis defence

PhD graduate delivers Ryerson’s first ASL thesis defence

Donning a set of navy velvet robes and a mortarboard on her head, Ellen Hibbard placed an index finger to each corner of her mouth and then whipped them away, exclaiming “PA!” This means “I did it!” in American Sign Language (ASL). Last Thursday, Hibbard, who is deaf, graduated with a PhD in communication and culture from Ryerson. Her dissertation […]

by Angelyn Francis· · News, On Campus
Panelists reflect on Truth and Reconciliation Commission report

Panelists reflect on Truth and Reconciliation Commission report

For Danielle Sinclair, the most important part of the recently-released Truth and Reconciliation report were the individual stories told. “There was research that was done, data that was collected and reports that were written, but, for me, it’s the stories,” Sinclair said. “For me the TRC is a project of witnessing, of giving voice to those that were silenced.” Sinclair, […]

by Angelyn Francis· · News, On Campus

Australian baby has spine reattached after a car accident

An Australian baby underwent an impressive surgery after his head became internally detached from his spine in a car accident.

by Angelyn Francis· · Videos
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