Articles by: Morgan Bocknek

A huge mural dedicated to the video game Overwatch is in progress on King Street West. The mural of Zarya, a central female character from the first-person shooter game, can be seen on the side of Los Colibris. Ryerson’s Overwatch team competed internationally on the weekend, but did not place high enough to continue on for a shot at $7,000 a player in scholarship prize money. (Photo by Ammi Parmar)

Ryerson’s Overwatch team logs out of international tournament

Ryerson’s Overwatch team was eliminated from an international competition earlier this month in a disappointing end to their season.

by Morgan Bocknek· · Sports
(Courtesy of Ryerson esports)

Ryerson esports Overwatch team preps for crucial match

One of Ryerson’s top performing teams has students competing internationally without ever leaving their home.

Ryerson’s esports Overwatch team is playing two season-defining matches on Saturday.

by Morgan Bocknek· · Sports
Photo by Morgan Bocknek

Fall festivities take over Gould Street

If you had a hankering to paint a pumpkin in the middle of the street on a Tuesday, the Fall Festival was not to be missed.

Hosted by Student Life Programs and the Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU), the Gould Street event had a variety of festive activities, snacks and coupons for those passing by to check out.

by Morgan Bocknek· · News, On Campus
Emily Eymundson, co-leader of the RRJC stands with signs the group uses to block posters brought by anti-abortion protesters. (Photo by Natasha Hermann)

Ryerson Reproductive Justice Collective expands in numbers and online

Ryerson students can now be notified if anti-abortion protests are happening on campus.

The Ryerson Reproductive Justice Collective launched a mail-alert system this week and anyone can sign up with just an email and a name. The system was inspired by Ryerson security emails, said RRJC co-leader, Emily Eymundson.

by Morgan Bocknek· · News, On Campus
Big banks are using wholesome memes to attract millennials

Big banks are using wholesome memes to attract millennials

CIBC wants young people to put their money where the memes are.  

This month, the bank posted memes on their social media profiles created specifically with millennials in mind, according to a CIBC spokesperson.

by Morgan Bocknek· · Arts & Life
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