Articles by: Leah Lalich

Ryerson student Katie Budd has seen a lot of butts lately, including mine

Ryerson student Katie Budd has seen a lot of butts lately, including mine

I’m staring at a white backdrop. My feet are exactly where they are supposed to be, with one foot on either side of the mark on the floor. My shirt is lifted above my chest, with my arms bent at the elbow and straight out so they won’t get in the shot.   My back is to the photographer, Katie […]

by Leah Lalich· · Features, Photography
Ryerson student butt project: Leaving little to the imagination

Ryerson student butt project: Leaving little to the imagination

Leah Lalich interviews Ryerson photography student Katie Budd on her cheeky photo project.

by Leah Lalich· · Newscasts, RyersonianTV, Videos, Webcasts
CBC reporter tells students: media are failing in indigenous coverage

CBC reporter tells students: media are failing in indigenous coverage

CBC reporter Jody Porter was on campus Sept. 16 as part of a series on journalism and indigenous issues. She says she’s not sure Canadian newsrooms are telling stories from indigenous communities they way they need to be.

She spoke at the Ryerson school of journalism last week about language and activism — a part of a series on journalism and indigenous communities.

by Leah Lalich· · News, On Campus
What Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj taught us about whitesplaining

What Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj taught us about whitesplaining

It’s a very rare occurrence that someone can say Miley Cyrus taught them something useful. Especially about race. Last month, the annual MTV Video Music Awards revealed a hostile moment between Cyrus and Nicki Minaj that no one really understood. It all started after Cyrus weighed in on Minaj’s comments on Twitter about the lack of black female nominees for […]

by Leah Lalich· · Editorial, Opinion
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