Articles by: Jonathan Forani

The Ryersonian Voices podcast: Episode 3

The Ryersonian Voices podcast: Episode 3

In this edition of our arts and life podcast, Jonathan Forani and Lauren Murphy speak with next week’s “Voices” columnist, May Warren, about how she was stuck in traveler’s hell, aka Heathrow Airport, for days on end. We break down some of the week’s hottest topics including the latest Kardashian divorce and how Twitter may just be the future of […]

by Jonathan Forani· · Arts & Life, Audio

VIDEO: Dr. Mad Science visits Ryerson

The explosion-creating YouTube phenom, Dr. Mad Science, came to the Ryersonian newsroom to conduct some of his signature experiments with our reporter Jonathan Forani. Dr. Mad Science, or Jordan Hilkowitz, is an 11-year-old boy from Richmond Hill who shot to internet stardom after making easy-to-recreate YouTube videos of his science experiments. His channel, aptly named Dr. Mad Science, has had […]

by Jonathan Forani· · Arts & Life, RyersonianTV, Videos
The Ryersonian Voices podcast: Episode 2

The Ryersonian Voices podcast: Episode 2

In this edition of our arts and life podcast, Jonathan Forani and Lauren Murphy speak with the latest “Voices” columnist, Marie Alcober, about her close brush with death during the 2004 SuperFerry 14 bombing in the Philippines. The incident was the deadliest terrorist attack in that country and the deadliest ever at sea. We break down some of the week’s […]

by Jonathan Forani· · Audio
Garden Tower by Tadashi Kawamata (Natalie Chu/Ryersonian Staff)

Newbie Blanche: a 2013 guide

Your first all-nighter of the semester doesn’t need to be for schoolwork. The Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, happening Oct. 5, promises a full night of contemporary art and you won’t need to stray far from Ryerson’s gates to find it. A dedicated Nuit Blanche participant will need to fill the 12 hours with some non-campus destinations, however. Everything kicks off at […]

Courtesy Sam Cash

Sam is ready to Cash in

Sam Cash swears he’ll be back to school in January. The 21-year-old arts and contemporary studies student put his studies on pause this semester to dedicate time to his band Sam Cash & The Romantic Dogs. And for good reason. Cash’s recent performance at the Canada’s Walk of Fame Festival and finishing as a finalist at the inaugural RBC Emerging […]

by Jonathan Forani· · Arts & Life, Music
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