Articles by: Isabella Perrone

Proponents of the proposed bill say that it will help to increase safety by decreasing the number of distracted pedestrians. (Photo by Isabella Perrone)

New bill could be costly for ‘zombie’ walkers

A new bill would ban pedestrians from using a cellphone while crossing the street.

by Isabella Perrone· · News, Off Campus
Halloween costumes often draw from harmful cultural stereotypes. (Photo by Isabella Perrone)

Course unions take a stand against culturally offensive Halloween costumes

With Halloween approaching, Ryerson student groups and course unions are preparing to deal with costumes that offend, rather than scare.

by Isabella Perrone· · News
MOVIE MONDAY: “Suburbicon”

MOVIE MONDAY: “Suburbicon”

George Clooney flexes his directorial muscles once again with Suburbicon, a thriller set in an idealistic 1950s community.

The film opens with a community’s less-than-happy discovery of a black family, the Mayers, moving in. From there, the movie takes off with a story that poses twists in nearly every scene.

MOVIE MONDAY: “The Snowman”

MOVIE MONDAY: “The Snowman”

Trailers aren’t always the best way to judge a film.

I’ve learned this the hard way with several films before (I’m looking at you, Suicide Squad), but it still hurts every time. The Snowman is the latest film to take the olive branch I extended and snap it in half.

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REVIEW: The Last Days of Judas Iscariot

Ryerson’s School of Performance opened its 2017-18 season with Stephen Guirgis’ The Last Days of Judas Iscariot. The production offered a modern take on the play’s themes of betrayal, love and despair.

Directed by Ryerson alumnus, Dean Gabourie, the play presented the trial of Judas Iscariot, the apostle who betrayed Jesus.

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