Articles by: Julianne San Antonio

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Ryerson president Mohamed Lachemi talks current issues on TVO

He was joined by three other university presidents, Meric Gertler of the University of Toronto, Sara Diamond of OCAD University and Mamdouh Shoukri of York University, for a discussion on collaborative city building between the four Toronto-based universities.

by Julianne San Antonio· · News
The RRJ’s diversity issue and Heather Mallick’s column. (Julianne San Antonio/Ryersonian Staff)

School of Journalism under fire for lack of diversity

Mallick’s main criticism against the RRJ was that they had turned a blind eye to the lack of diversity at the publication’s own hosting program, the RSJ, which Mallick refered to as “stale, male and pale.”

by Julianne San Antonio· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
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Janice Neil named new journalism school chair

Janice Neil has been named the next chair of Ryerson University’s school of journalism. Charles Falzon, dean of the Faculty of Communication and Design, made the announcement this morning that Neil will replace Ivor Shapiro, the current chair, for a three-year term. Neil has been a faculty member at the school of journalism since 2007. She is currently the associate […]

by Julianne San Antonio· · News, On Campus
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RSU member takes on leading role in Pride Toronto Festival

The RSU member is one of six curators responsible for programming the events at Canada’s first ever Pride month.

by Julianne San Antonio· · Arts & Life
Drake's Jungle Tour makes a stop at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on June 2, 2015.

Study Beyonce and Kanye for school credit? Some profs say pop culture is relevant in the classroom

University courses focused on celebrities have gradually become a trend across North America. What’s Ryerson got to do to get Yeezy in the classroom?

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