Articles by: Jenna Miguel

Saying goodbye to Nonno

Saying goodbye to Nonno

For many, I assume that the mix of flowers and chocolate bunnies are standard when Easter rolls around. But when I think of Easter, I think of lamb and the time I walked in on my grandfather, my Nonno, in his basement butchering a lamb hanging from the ceiling. I didn’t get chocolate, I got a fresh lamb. I haven’t […]

by Jenna Miguel· · Voices
VOICES: One size doesn’t fit all

VOICES: One size doesn’t fit all

This year, February 1-7 marks National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (NEDAW) in Canada. Eating disorders don’t discriminate; they affect people of all genders, ages, races, and ethnic backgrounds. This year’s message from eating disorder groups across the country is, “One size doesn’t fit all.”   Dear 18-year-old me, It’s been a few years since you packed up your life and […]

by Jenna Miguel· · Opinion, Voices
Ryerson hosts a packed Social Justice Career Night

Ryerson hosts a packed Social Justice Career Night

Last night, Ryerson students gathered in POD 250 for a night full of advice from career professionals based in Toronto.  A mad dash for chairs ensued at the event due to the last-minute turnout of students from all programs. A discussion with audience questions was the first item on the agenda, with Nikki Waheed, one of the event organizers and […]

by Jenna Miguel· · News, On Campus
More diversity added to the Tri-Mentoring Program

More diversity added to the Tri-Mentoring Program

The Tri-Mentoring Program (TMP) at Ryerson has introduced a new distinct group to its program, giving students from various backgrounds a chance to get involved with other students and/or career advisers. The inclusion of specific ethnic and equity groups gives more opportunities for students to relate to other students with similar backgrounds. Muslim women group mentoring has taken over from […]

by Jenna Miguel· · News, On Campus
MPP Vic Fedeli chosen as interim leader of PC party

MPP Vic Fedeli chosen as interim leader of PC party

MPP Vic Fedeli was chosen as interim leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservatives on Jan. 26, after Patrick Brown’s resignation following sexual misconduct allegations.   On Thursday morning following the resignation, Ryerson’s Campus Conservatives made a formal statement. They said, “In response to the unfortunate news and allegations brought to light last night, we would like to assure Ryerson students that […]

by Jenna Miguel· · News, Off Campus, Politics
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