Articles by: Selena Singh

DIY gift ideas for students

DIY gift ideas for students

Earlier this month, Ryerson Student Life brought back their #RUKind initiative in honour of World Kindness Day. The initiative included giving away prizes to students such as gift cards for groceries, electronics, transit and more. Ryerson Student Life Programs also set up activities on campus to interact with students, where they had a gratitude lounge with greeting cards to give […]

by Selena Singh· · Arts & Life, News
#RUKind initiative wraps up 5 days of giveaways

#RUKind initiative wraps up 5 days of giveaways

In honour of World Kindness Day on Nov.13, Ryerson Student Life wrapped up their #RUKind campaign on Nov.18 which included 5 days of prize giveaways to students along with on campus activities to inspire kindness. The campaign began in 2014 through a social media campaign as a way to celebrate World Kindness day, where students were encouraged to share their stories of […]

Canada gets first 4DX movie theatre at Yonge and Dundas

Canada gets first 4DX movie theatre at Yonge and Dundas

Canada has received its first 4DX auditorium at Cineplex Cinemas on Yonge and Dundas Streets and the new theatre experience is getting great reviews. “The response we’ve gotten has been overwhelmingly positive,” said Sarah Van Lange, the director of communications at Cineplex. “We were anticipating Canadians to love 4DX but we weren’t expecting almost every show to be sold out.” Viewers can […]

Mary Gyulay is the inspiration behind the film VIABLE. (Courtesy Melissa Scicluna)

Q-and-A: Rye grad and ‘VIABLE’ director talks MS

In the summer of 2014, Mary Gyulay was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and at the age of 22 her life changed forever. Her journey inspired the story behind the short film VIABLE, which she directed and co-wrote. Gyulay is an RTA graduate who initially created this short film with her team of RTA grads for their course practicum. The film was […]

RTA grads take VIABLE to Orlando Film Festival

RTA grads take VIABLE to Orlando Film Festival

  What initially started as a course practicum has recently taken a team of RTA grads beyond the classroom and onto the big screen at the Orlando Film Festival. “This particular story was an important one to tell because it’s a personal story about multiple sclerosis,” says Mary Gyulay, director, co-writer, and inspiration behind the film VIABLE. “It meant a […]

by Selena Singh· · Arts & Life, Film & Television, Health
(Ramisha Farooq/Ryersonian Staff)

Government offers relief from student loan repayment

Students breathed a sigh of relief Monday when the Canadian government announced changes to student loan repayments.   As of Nov. 1, Canadians will not have to repay their Canada Student Loan until they are earning at least $25,000 a year. The federal government is taking steps to alleviate the financial stress students face regarding the repayment of tuition loans. […]

by Selena Singh· · News
(Sydney Masonovich)

What’s your occupation? YouTube Me.

A YouTuber who originally went to school for biology never imagined that he’d make a career from being an online star. Mike Corey, who creates travel videos on his channel, “Kick the Grind,” was among the hundreds of YouTubers who attended the third annual Buffer Festival in Toronto over the weekend. “I was always really shy but through the platform […]

by Selena Singh· · Arts & Life