Articles by: Amal Ahmed

Lower loonie drives up food cost

Lower loonie drives up food cost

Food prices are going loony, and the loonie is to blame. Opting for healthier food is already leaving your wallet empty, and it’s about to get worse — at least this time of year. But with the right planning, dodging the price hit is possible. “The fallen dollar has affected food prices and will continue to affect particularly fruit and […]

by Amal Ahmed· · News, Off Campus
Zainab Attia seen over an illustration of an anti-miltary coup protest at Rab'a Square in Cairo, Egypt. (Photos: Amal Ahmed Albaz, Illustration: Susanna Gómez Báez/Ryersonian Staff)

A tale of two turmoils: Egyptian students recount struggles with tension abroad

    Zainab Attia is distracted. She sits in class twiddling her pen, unable to concentrate. She looks around and sees her classmates taking down notes. She wonders if they too are distracted. For her, school has become a puzzle she has yet to solve. She carries not only her backpack, but also her family’s burden on her back as […]

by Amal Ahmed· · Features
LIVE Blog: Hacking the Culture: speakers’ series on media activism and social justice

LIVE Blog: Hacking the Culture: speakers’ series on media activism and social justice

In the wake of police crackdowns on civil liberties across the globe, the role of police and state in societies is being critically observed. Ryerson’s Studio for Media Activism and Critical Thought, a new research and creation hub for students, faculty and community, housed in the RTA School of Media, launches their first event today. It presents a forum featuring […]

by Amal Ahmed· · Live Blog, News, Top stories
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