Articles by: Shazah Ayub

MTV agrees to compromise after nurses protest controversial reality show

MTV agrees to compromise after nurses protest controversial reality show

After angering numerous nursing groups – including one at Ryerson – with its controversial new reality show, Scrubbing In, MTV has bowed to the pressure and agreed to a compromise. The show  won’t be cancelled, but MTV has tried to make amends after consulting with The Truth About Nursing, a non- profit organization which promotes accurate, balanced and frequent media portrayals of […]

by Shazah Ayub· · Arts & Life, Health, News, Off Campus

In pictures: Campus Street Style on Nov. 12

With every passing week the weather is getting colder, but that’s not stopping our campus fashionistas from putting their best outfits forward.  Here are the top eight looks from this week.

Ryerson to get new science research space at St. Mike’s

Ryerson to get new science research space at St. Mike’s

Ryerson is set to get a new health science research facility. The university and St. Michael’s Hospital announced plans to open iBest, the Institute for Biomedical Engineering and Science Technology, a more than 6,000-square-metre collaborative research centre to be located in the hospital’s Keenan Research Centre. Wednesday’s event was held at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute with speakers President […]

by Shazah Ayub· · News, On Campus
In pictures: Bidding adieu to the final days of fall fashion

In pictures: Bidding adieu to the final days of fall fashion

Say goodbye to this Indian summer and hello to frigid winter mornings. Sweater weather is officially over. For students like Elizabeth Vandermey, it’s time to replace slick jumpers with Canada Goose jackets. There’s no denying that fall is by far the best season for fashion and, sadly, it’s coming to an end. Throughout the fall season, Ryerson students were spotted […]

Listen: Mayor Rob Ford apologizes after but won’t resign after admitting to smoking crack cocaine

Listen: Mayor Rob Ford apologizes after but won’t resign after admitting to smoking crack cocaine

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford apologized to Torontonians after he admitted to smoking crack cocaine while in office. Numerous city hall councillors including his allies said Ford should either step down or take a break, but in a press conference at the end of the day Ford said, “I was elected to do a job and that’s exactly what I’m going […]

by Shazah Ayub· · News, Off Campus, Top stories
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