Articles by: Kathryn Skelly

AUDIO: Ryerson performance at the Senate

AUDIO: Ryerson performance at the Senate

After getting back from the senate breakfast in Ottawa, Karis performed an exclusive acoustic version of her original song “Change the World” for the Ryersonian.

by Kathryn Skelly· · Arts & Life
PHOTO GALLERY: Shop the SLC

PHOTO GALLERY: Shop the SLC

The Amphitheatre of Ryerson’s Student Learning Centre transformed into a holiday market this week with over 50 vendors and a lot of homegrown talent.

by Kathryn Skelly· · Arts & Life, On Campus
Ryerson coach skates past male culture

Ryerson coach skates past male culture

According to a guide developed by the Female Coach Mentorship Project, the number of female head coaches in U Sports has steadily declined over the past few years.

by Kathryn Skelly· · Hockey, Sports
Challenging stigma, like a girl

Challenging stigma, like a girl

Ryerson grad Nadia Addesi has initiated her own project, inspired by Humans of New York and an appetite to use social media for positive change.

by Kathryn Skelly· · Arts & Life
From left to right: Cyndy Baskin (Aboriginal Education Council), Sarah Dennis (Indigenous Students' Association), Curtis Maloley (Teaching and Learning Office) and Hayden King (Centre for Indigenous Governance). (Photo by Kate Skelly)

Ryerson needs more Indigenous faculty: panel

Hayden King says you can count the number of Indigenous faculty members at Ryerson University on one hand.

King is the director of Ryerson’s Centre for Indigenous Governance and an adviser on Indigenous education for the Faculty of Arts. With only five Indigenous academics on Ryerson’s faculty, he says, the university has a tremendous problem with representation.

by Kathryn Skelly· · News, On Campus
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