A new report on equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) from Ryerson’s Faculty of Science found diversity in STEM is necessary for an edge in the market and that diversity is something that can be leveraged for innovation.
Articles by: Iris Robin
The Ryerson Students’ Union is seeking a new fee to fund a support line for sexual assault survivors, and a campus food service.
If implemented, all full-time students would pay a compulsory $5 twice annually—once in the fall term and once in the winter term—to support the Sexual Assault Survivor Support Line (SASSL) and the Good Food Centre (GFC).
A pill designed to prevent HIV is now included in Ontario’s public drug plans, signalling a step forward for the LGBT community. Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), commonly used by gay and bisexual men, became a publicly covered drug on Sept. 28. Other users of the drug include: trans women, women at risk of domestic violence, sex workers, intravenous drug users and […]
Students at the University of Toronto can now read their campus news in simplified Chinese. The Varsity recently announced the publication of its Chinese website, which contains translations of content originally published in English and is updated weekly.
The aim of the website is to increase engagement among international students from China. There were 17,452 international students enrolled at U of T in 2016–2017, of which 9,187 were from China. That’s 11 per cent of the university’s population, which The Varsity is striving to reach.
How do you say “I love you” without using words? Perhaps you’d seek the perfect gift for your partner or get cosy for a casual night in. Maybe you’d go out to eat and savour the way your lover’s laugh sounds like the gentle swill of red wine. Would you spend an evening under the stars, shaping your shared desires […]