Articles by: Janine Maral Tascioglu

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Humans of Ryerson 013

If you could travel anywhere in the world right now, where would you go? We asked Ryerson students this question and their answers were thoughtful and inspiring. Reinhardt Gao, first-year, ESL foundation program “New York – my dream city, you can do anything you want. My second choice would be to go back to my home country China to be with […]

Photo by Mathieu Belanger

Women’s volleyball team advance to national finals for the first time

Ryerson’s women’s volleyball team will play in the national university finals for the first time, after winning their semifinal match against the Calgary Dinos Saturday night. The first two sets went to the Rams. But in the third set, the Dinos, the top-seeded team in Canada West, won 25-20. The Rams came back in the fourth set with a 25-13 […]

by Janine Maral Tascioglu· · Sports, Volleyball
Humans of Ryerson 012

Humans of Ryerson 012

In honour of International Women’s Day, we asked Ryerson students what the day meant to them and who they are celebrating for. Here’s what they said. Justina Kewal, first-year, Politics “It’s important to remember everything women have achieved throughout history.” Alessandro Cotognini, first-year, Business Management “We have to pay more attention to the women in our lives and give them […]

Photo courtesy of Janine Maral Tascioglu

VOICES: Who’s your #GirlBoss?

My grandmother was a girl boss in a time when being a girl boss was unheard of. Travelling with her nine-month old baby, she moved from Istanbul to Germany — a country she had never been to — to build a better life. She had grown up in Eastern Turkey, then moved to Istanbul as a young teen. Today, she […]

by Janine Maral Tascioglu· · Opinion, Voices
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