Articles by: Samantha Cumerlato

Where to crash on campus

Where to crash on campus

Whether it’s pulling an all-nighter to study for midterms or missing the last train home, Ryerson students aren’t strangers to crashing on campus for the night. But where can you go after the library closes at 1 a.m. and you don’t have a friend living nearby? If you’re struggling to find a good place to spend the night, here are […]

by Samantha Cumerlato· · Arts & Life
No fast cash for fastpitch team

No fast cash for fastpitch team

As the Ryerson women’s fastpitch team gears up for its third season, head coach Wayne Nishihama said their focus is on building the team, both professionally and financially. The softball club launched its first online fundraiser through GoFundMe last August, as it does not receive funding through Ryerson Athletics. After securing fifth place in the Ontario Intercollegiate Women’s Fastpitch Association […]

by Samantha Cumerlato· · Sports
OPINION: Love for commuters is not easy

OPINION: Love for commuters is not easy

Around Valentine’s Day, there are always articles about the struggles of long distance relationships, or the over-tiring debate of dating apps. One topic that gets overlooked is the difficulty to land a date for people who commute. I’m a fifth-year Ryerson student, and I’ve been commuting for the past three years. I spend anywhere between four to five hours a […]

by Samantha Cumerlato· · Opinion
Ryerson group collecting menstrual products for the homeless

Ryerson group collecting menstrual products for the homeless

Ryerson students are collecting menstrual hygiene products to donate to homeless women and transgender people who may be unable to afford them. The Homeless Period Project launched on Feb. 5. Products such as pads, tampons, and wipes, among others, will be collected on campus during the month-long fundraiser, and donated to shelters around Ryerson. This is the second year the […]

by Samantha Cumerlato· · News, On Campus
Students told not to discuss RSU election in Ryerson Facebook group

Students told not to discuss RSU election in Ryerson Facebook group

RSU election discussions not allowed on first-year Facebook group A post by a Ryerson staff member in a first-year students’ Facebook group Tuesday discouraged students from discussing the upcoming Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) election in the group, saying it went against group guidelines. The reminder was posted to the Accepted – Ryerson University Class of 2021 group at approximately 9 […]

by Samantha Cumerlato· · News
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