Articles by: Jordan Mady

Ryerson Students participated in the Walk for Water on March 22. (Jordan Mady / Ryersonian Staff)

Ryerson Urban Water Marches for World Water Day

A Ryerson research group plunged into World Water Day as Toronto participated in the 23-year old international event with its own twist. Ryerson Urban Water (RUW) helped organized Walk4Water as part of the day, held March 22. The aim of the day was to underline inequalities in the global distribution of the basic resource, potable water. Participants hauled five-litre jugs from. St […]

by Jordan Mady· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
Ryerson student Spencer Crook, on exchange in the Netherlands. (Courtesy Nora Sutton, Wageningen University)

Exchange brings Dutch water technology home

Ryerson Urban Water (RUW), a multidisciplinary team of scientists and engineers focusing on water solutions for cities, hopes its new partnership with Wageningen University can encourage the adoption of progressive water solutions at Ryerson. Spencer Crook is an environmental science management master’s student at Ryerson and is currently on exchange in the Netherlands at Wageningen University. He said that he […]

by Jordan Mady· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
Man in pink shirt: Bryan Koivisto
Panel (from left to right): Vicki Saunders, Lynda McCarthy,
Leslie Bone, Michelle Lucas

Addressing the gender gap in science at Ryerson

There’s been progress over the last few decades in the proportion of women working in science and enrolling in post-secondary science programs, but change has been slow and the issue is multi-faceted.

by Jordan Mady· · News
Experience trumps athlete career development

Experience trumps athlete career development

Why Ryerson Athletics isn’t about to adopt an NCAA career-athletics model.

by Jordan Mady· · Hockey, Rams Athletics, Soccer, Sports
Blue Jays Playoff Baseball Live from the Ram in the Rye

Blue Jays Playoff Baseball Live from the Ram in the Rye

Students gathered in the Ram and the Rye to watch the Blue Jays in their first game of the play offs. See our live coverage.

by Jordan Mady· · Sports
Blue Jays Playoff fever could keep students away from class

Blue Jays Playoff fever could keep students away from class

Toronto bars ready themselves for an influx of patrons as the Blue Jays set their sights on the playoffs.

by Jordan Mady· · Sports
Sports recap: How are the Rams doing?

Sports recap: How are the Rams doing?

Jordan Mady takes a look at how the Rams are doing so far this season.

by Jordan Mady· · Sports, Videos
Eiffel to CN: Cross country’s Rémi Catteau details his transition from France

Eiffel to CN: Cross country’s Rémi Catteau details his transition from France

Remi Catteau missed tryouts for Ryerson Rams soccer. He missed them by half a month, to be exact. Understandable, considering he came from France. “So I wanted to do sports and I saw the list of sports proposed and cross country was one that could be interesting,” Catteau said. Catteau is one of three international athletes who qualified for the […]

by Jordan Mady· · Sports
Ryerson Rams curling coach Perry Marshall discusses a drill with prospective curler Corrina Serda, (Jordan Mady/Ryersonian Staff)

Rams women’s curling team doesn’t have enough players, coach isn’t worried

The Ryerson Rams don’t have enough players to field a women’s curling team, but the coach isn’t worried. Read more to find out why.

by Jordan Mady· · Curling, Sports, Videos
Ryerson curling club hosts first tryout

Ryerson curling club hosts first tryout

Ryerson’s new curling club hosted its first tryout Thursday at Leaside Curling Club.

by Jordan Mady· · Curling, Sports
Ryerson's Jamie Baker celebrates a game-winning game. (Sept 19, 2015 - Jordan Mady/Ryersonian Staff)

Ryerson men’s soccer looks to conquer CIS championship

The hot start helps but they want to win it all.

by Jordan Mady· · Soccer, Sports
A pumpkin with a Starbucks logo. (via Flickr user Chris Breeze under Creative Commons licensing)

Pumpkin Spice Latte: get the facts

Fall on campus is upon us and that means the return of Starbucks pumpkin spice lattes (PSL). This time, the coffee giant says it has added something new: real pumpkin. The Ryersonian brings you the nutritional facts.

by Jordan Mady· · Arts & Life, Food
Lisa Haley poised to don the red & white at U-18 world championship

Lisa Haley poised to don the red & white at U-18 world championship

Ryerson’s Lisa Haley was named head coach of Team Canada’s U-18 women’s team in June. The world championship tournament runs from Jan. 8 to Jan. 15 in St. Catharines, Ont.

by Jordan Mady· · Hockey, Sports