Articles by: Michelle McNally

Users can upload their nude images to Facebook and flag them as ‘non-consensual’. (Photo by Natasha Hermann)

Facebook wants your nudes

The social media giant is launching a pilot project that encourages users to send their intimate photos to the company in an effort to prevent online revenge porn. To preemptively stop a potential nude leaker, users can give their photos to Facebook via messenger and tag the photo as a non-consensual file. Facebook will digitally track the photo with metadata technology to prevent others from uploading the image.

by Michelle McNally· · Arts & Life
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Bumble blends business with dating

Bumble is getting all up in your bizz-ness. The popular dating app, Bumble, has expanded its service to careers, and is using students for promotional support. In October, the company launched Bumble Bizz, a new category for business networking alongside the app’s dating and social features. Andrew Lapico, a fourth-year TRSM and law student, and the Ryerson Bumble campus director, […]

by Michelle McNally· · Arts & Life
The Ryersonian's arts & life editor Michelle McNally enters the Fields of Horror at Screemers. (Photo by Natasha Hermann)

WATCH: The Fun of Fear, Ryersonian’s Halloween Special

It’s Halloween: a day for ghosts, ghouls and spooks alike.

Along with dressing up and carving pumpkins, Halloween is a time when we subject ourselves to fear we’d avoid on any regular day. We expose ourselves to the things that make us jump and our skin crawl: spiders, darkness, clowns and haunted houses. But how can pleasure derive from the feeling of fear?

by Michelle McNally· · Arts & Life
Food hacker. (Created by Ammi Parmar)

Food hacks: how to elevate cruddy college food

You don’t need to be Guy Fieri to take your tastebuds to Flavour Town.

by Michelle McNally· · Arts & Life, Food
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