Articles by: Mallory Warren

Five things to do this weekend (Oct. 21-23)

Five things to do this weekend (Oct. 21-23)

Get away from studying for midterms by checking out some of these fun events in the city. 1. Buffer Festival The @BufferFestival comes to the @MTCC_Events Oct 20th-23rd. The best in @YouTube digital media. #Toronto— Spexon Toronto (@spexontoronto) October 14, 2016 See your favourite YouTubers in person at the annual Buffer Festival. The festival will feature YouTube premiere screenings, […]

by Mallory Warren· · Arts & Life
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As cliché as it sounds, my volunteer trip changed my life

While I’ve liked travelling all of my life, I never knew what it really meant to travel until I took my first volunteer trip. I went to India this past May for a month to volunteer and now I’m totally hooked on travel. But, not the kind of travel where you sit on a beautiful beach for a week. I […]

by Mallory Warren· · Opinion, Travel
Ryerson has introduced changes to exam policies. (Steven S / Creative Commons)

New exam policy, less stress

Students no longer have to stress about the security of their belongings while writing exams, thanks to updates to Ryerson’s Examination Policy released on Monday. Ryerson students will now be allowed to keep all personal belongings with them instead of leaving them unattended at the front of the exam room. Bags can be stored under desks and coats can be […]

by Mallory Warren· · News, On Campus
7,000 beach balls are printed to resemble globes in the Walk Among Worlds installation at Nuit Blanche 2014. (Courtesy

Top 6 things to do this weekend (Sept. 30-Oct. 1)

Nuit Blanche is back in Toronto and that means you can experience art all night long among hoards of people in the streets of the downtown. Eating poutine, playing ping pong and getting scared before Halloween are just a few of the things you can get involved in this weekend. Check out our full list of top things to do […]

by Mallory Warren· · Arts & Life
Effects of summer flooding in Rye buildings linger into fall

Effects of summer flooding in Rye buildings linger into fall

Caution tape continues to block off a sizeable part of the Ryerson Library Building’s seventh floor as a result of heavy rainfall over the summer. Ceiling tiles are missing, study booths are covered in plastic and garbage pails have been placed to catch any dripping water. Approximately 100 study booths and two study rooms are closed due to repairs in […]

by Mallory Warren· · News
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