Articles by: Shantia Cross

An Eastbound train to Oshawa pulling into Danforth GO station. (Courtesy Flickr user Lord of the Wings©)

What’s stalling Go Transit Wi-Fi?

In a world becoming so dependent on wireless internet for news and updates, the demand for Wi-Fi in more public spaces while commuting has risen.

In Canada, VIA Rail trains have Wi-Fi for business or economy classes and long-distance travels. But regional trains, more specifically Ontario GO trains, don’t have Wi-Fi, despite several of their trains travelling the same distance as some VIA Rail routes.

by Shantia Cross· · Features
(Courtesy of the Ryerson Students' Association)

Sundown Music Festival TO

The RSU hosted the Sundown music festival yesterday, which featured acts like The Skins, Joey Bada$$ and Miguel.

The crowd had a night filled with good food, good music and great vibes. Here’s a recap:

by Shantia Cross· · Arts & Life, Music, News, Off Campus, On Campus
(photo by Sophie Armstrong)

RE:UP gives second hand clothes a second chance

Caryl Santos doesn’t normally attend school events but while walking past the Student Learning Centre with her friend Rhea Salinas on Thursday, the two were lured to the Student Learning Centre’s amphitheatre when they caught sight of a flared white dress on a clothing rack. The dress was one of many outfits on display at RE:UP Clothing Swap, a collaboration […]

by Shantia Cross· · Arts & Life, Fashion
How to be cheap in Toronto

How to be cheap in Toronto

  Whether you live on- or off-campus, every student should try to find ways to save money while going to school. If you live on-campus, chances are you can cut the cost of your living expenses with a meal plan, the nearby campus store and having roommates willing to split the costs of household items. If you live off-campus, things […]

Gould Street was closed Tuesday due to a water main break during Ryerson's Street festival. The break happened around 11:30 a.m. Part of the street, from Victoria to Bond, was blocked off.

Water main break on Gould

UPDATE: Ryerson University’s Twitter account tweeted early Wednesday morning that the city has repaired the water main on Gould Street. [View the story “UPDATE: Water main fixed by the city of Toronto” on Storify] Gould Street was closed Tuesday due to a water main break during Ryerson’s Street festival. The break happened around 11:30 a.m. Part of the street, from […]

by Shantia Cross· · News
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