Articles by: Courtney Miceli

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Breathing life into language

In Ojibwa, a tree is not called a tree, Kyle Edwards explains, because a tree is something that will eventually fall to the ground. In Ojibwa, words are rarely used to label, but rather to describe an object’s relationship with the world around it. Edwards is Anishinaabe from Lake Manitoba First Nation, a First Nations people who live on Dog […]

by Courtney Miceli· · Features
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Ryerson celebrates World Water Day with Walk4Water

Ryerson will be celebrating World Water Day on March 22 with a communal walk down Yonge Street carrying empty water basins on their heads to honour the millions of people in developing nations who walk long distances for drinkable water every day. Walk4Water is Toronto’s first annual commemorative event for World Water Day. The walk is organized by Ecoloodi, a […]

by Courtney Miceli· · News
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Ryerson collaborates with NXNE this summer

Toronto’s music and art festival North by Northeast (NXNE) may not be sweeping Yonge-Dundas Square with its usual free headliners this year, but the festival will offer a new conference right here on campus. Festival organizers announced big changes to their 2016 event, including a two-day outdoor show at the Port Lands and an interactive gaming conference at Ted Rogers […]

by Courtney Miceli· · Arts & Life, Music
Ryerson students win $2,000 for O’Keefe Lane design

Ryerson students win $2,000 for O’Keefe Lane design

  Adam Harrison, Arash Oturkar and Michael Uttley step onto the curb of O’Keefe Lane as a delivery truck squeezes between them and a row of filled dumpsters. The driver shakes his head as if he’s annoyed to see people travelling through the narrow laneway by foot. “A lot of people right now think (that O’Keefe Lane) is just a […]

Ryerson acting student has lead role in Factory Theatre’s ‘A Line in the Sand’

Ryerson acting student has lead role in Factory Theatre’s ‘A Line in the Sand’

Fourth year Ryerson theatre student Danny Ghantous will stand in the spotlight this month at the Factory Theatre in Toronto, Canada’s first company devoted entirely to Canadian plays. Ghantous plays the role of a Palestinian teenager named Sadiq in the politically charged production, A Line in the Sand. This is Ghantous’s first leading role outside of the Ryerson Theatre School […]

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