Articles by: Olivia Maeder

“Click and collect” coming to Metrolinx stations

“Click and collect” coming to Metrolinx stations

Metrolinx and Loblaws have teamed up to bring a new meaning to what “food-on-the-go” can be. They’re partnering up to create a system where commuters can simply click and collect their groceries at select GO Train stations. Out of the many adults that commute, some have the extra responsibility of kids, soccer practice, cooking dinner or hitting the gym. This […]

by Olivia Maeder· · News, Off Campus
Ram In The Rye’s menu not accurate for those with celiac disease

Ram In The Rye’s menu not accurate for those with celiac disease

If you have an allergy, don’t believe everything you read, especially with falsely-labelled items on the Ram in the Rye’s menus. The restaurant’s menu incorrectly labels Sapporo beer as gluten free. “Sapporo is not gluten free,” Sapporo USA told the Ryersonian in a Facebook message. On top of some items being incorrectly labelled as gluten free, some that are gluten […]

by Olivia Maeder· · News, On Campus
Muslim Employee Community Network launches on campus

Muslim Employee Community Network launches on campus

The official launch of the Muslim Faculty and Staff Community Network kicked off yesterday, gathering self-identifying Muslims together in a safe space to create dialogue about Muslims, Islamophobia and community inclusion. Co-founder Sarah Bukhari said that after a year in the making, the network has goals of coming together to heal, offer solutions, make friends in professional and personal networks […]

by Olivia Maeder· · News
Relationship horror stories

Relationship horror stories

Valentine’s Day is for those in love, but it’s not all roses and chocolates for some Ryerson students. Though some first dates lead to happily ever after, others become first date horror stories. These Ryerson students weren’t shy to share their most memorable worst dates: Hassan Elahi, business student: “I think the worst date ever was with me with this […]

by Olivia Maeder· · Dating
Dry bars on the rise in Toronto

Dry bars on the rise in Toronto

Don’t drink alcohol? Well, here’s some good news for you! Dry bars are becoming a popular phenomenon in Toronto, as businesses try to accommodate the non-drinkers of the city. For Ryerson students, it may be because they’ve committed to a dry month of no alcohol, can’t have a drink for health reasons, or are simply underage. Nightowl Toronto is a […]

by Olivia Maeder· · News, Off Campus
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