Articles by: Kelsey Rambaran

(Courtesy of Toronto Sun)

Marco Muzzo sentenced to 10 years in prison

Marco Muzzo, the impaired driver who killed four people and injured two others, has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. The sentence was announced by Ontario Superior Court Justice Michelle Fuerst on March 29 in a Newmarket, Ont., courthouse. “I don’t have anyone left to call me mom. Not one left,” said Jennifer Neville-Lake, the mother of the three children killed […]

by Kelsey Rambaran· · News, Off Campus
What I Learned At Ryerson: First Impressions Really Are A Big Deal

What I Learned At Ryerson: First Impressions Really Are A Big Deal

The age-old saying “first impressions are everything” may not be true, but it definitely does have some merit to it. Throughout my four years at Ryerson, I’ve had to make numerous first impressions with new friends and professors and during job interviews. The most important first impression I had at Ryerson wasn’t actually one that I made, but rather the first […]

(Ryersonian File Photo)

What I learned at Ryerson: Friends come and go

Over the years, I’ve had many friends come and go in my life. Whether it was from moving or changes in school, we’ve somehow always managed to lose touch. There have also been some friendships that have ended because they proved they weren’t good influences or true friends. One thing that was hard about coming to Ryerson was having to […]

by Kelsey Rambaran· · Editorial, Opinion
(M. Forbes/Ryersonian Staff)

Love in transition

Too few people truly understand what it means to be transgender. The trans community is severely misunderstood and people aren’t trying hard enough to educate themselves on the issues. I can say that I didn’t know what being trans meant, or that it even existed, until I started meeting people who are transgender. While my knowledge of the trans world […]

by Kelsey Rambaran· · Opinion, Voices
(Courtesy of Rodney Diverlus via Black Lives Matter Toronto)

Black Lives Matter protesters say they were pushed, shoved by police

A peaceful demonstration turned violent last night when protesters clashed with Toronto police about the recent decision to not charge an officer, who fatally shot a black man in his apartment last summer. The protest started in Nathan Phillips Square on March 20 and moved outside of the Toronto police headquarters the following night, where protesters clashed with police. Approximately […]

by Kelsey Rambaran· · News, Off Campus
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