Articles by: Caitlin Martin Newnham

Editorial cartoon: October 21, 2015

Editorial cartoon: October 21, 2015

Science Corner: NASA planning for Martians by 2030

Science Corner: NASA planning for Martians by 2030

Caitlin Martin Newnham explains plans to send Earthlings to the red planet in one minute.

Editorial cartoon: October 7, 2015

Editorial cartoon: October 7, 2015

My personal condo crisis: how losing out on an offer helped me find a home

My personal condo crisis: how losing out on an offer helped me find a home

Everything we own is packed in an overwhelming sea of cardboard boxes that is taking over our apartment. We have yet to disassemble our Ikea bed. The clothes I left out to wear during moving week are scattered in piles on the floor. In spite of the disastrous state of the apartment and the slowly worsening pinched nerve in my […]

by Caitlin Martin Newnham· · Editorial, Opinion, Voices
Editorial cartoon: September 30, 2015

Editorial cartoon: September 30, 2015

Science Corner: Water on Mars?

Science Corner: Water on Mars?

NASA announced this morning that they have discovered water flowing on Mars. Liquid water is a precursor for life, which means NASA is one step closer to finding extraterrestrial life forms. Cait Martin Newnham has more.

Editorial cartoon: September 23, 2015

Editorial cartoon: September 23, 2015

by Caitlin Martin Newnham· · Editorial Cartoon, Opinion
Alternative fitness options for those who hate the gym

Alternative fitness options for those who hate the gym

Going back to school can mean the abandonment of healthy choices for some Ryerson students who are overwhelmed by the daunting demands of academia. Dumbbells, rowing machines and treadmills are not for everyone, but alternative forms of fitness with reasonable pricing can be hard to find near campus. Here are four fitness studios within a 15-minute walk from campus with unique approaches to exercise.

by Caitlin Martin Newnham· · Arts & Life, Health, students
No one has had the opportunity to play with the new cards before the pre-release, so the game is equally difficult for both the newest and most experienced players. (Cait Martin Newnham / Ryersonian Staff)

Trading card game Magic: The Gathering lacks female players

Magic: the gathering, a 90’s strategy game once popular on schoolyards, is still very much a thing. But amongst players in Toronto, women are a distinct minority.

by Caitlin Martin Newnham· · Arts & Life, Features
Editorial cartoon: September 15, 2015

Editorial cartoon: September 15, 2015

by Caitlin Martin Newnham· · Editorial Cartoon