Articles by: Sarah Warne

Ryerson Dances impresses and awes

Ryerson Dances impresses and awes

Ryerson students have got some serious skills — dancing skills, that is. On Nov. 23, The Ryersonian attended Ryerson Dances 2013, a dance performance highlighting work by bachelor of fine arts (BFA) students in third and fourth year from the Ryerson Theatre School. Throughout their four years of study, students undergo intensive daily dance training in modern, ballet and jazz. […]

by Sarah Warne· · Arts & Life, Theatre
All it takes to get fired is a single tweet

All it takes to get fired is a single tweet

“Rick Nash is getting married at the resort and apparently it’s a big deal.” That was the relatively harmless tweet made by Syra Dhaliwal back in July about Canadian hockey player Rick Nash. The tweet ultimately led to her termination at the Rousseau, a JW Marriott Resort & Spa in Muskoka. The former Wilfrid Laurier political science student’s shift began […]

by Sarah Warne· · Features, Interactives, Top stories
Five Social Media Don’ts According to Hamza Khan

Five Social Media Don’ts According to Hamza Khan

Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. These are the top three social networks and are used by millions of people across the world. Yet, these online identities can be viewed by anyone, including potential employers. Hamza Khan, Ryerson University’s Digital Community Facilitator, says that one out of three employers will reject candidates based on something they discover about them online. “I know […]

by Sarah Warne· · Features, Media
On Monday Nov. 18, Ryerson University held a dog therapy session from 10a.m. to 12p.m. in the Ted Rogers School of Management. Featured in this photo is one of the therapy dogs, Bruno. (Sarah Warne/Ryersonian Staff).

In pictures: More dog therapy at Ryerson

The Ryerson Commerce Society held a dog therapy event Monday, inviting students weighed down by stress to relax in its Puppy Room. Check out photos of some of the adorable pooches: A similar event was first held at Ryerson in October. Dogs will be available for cuddling again next week during sessions held by the Centre for Student Development and […]

by Sarah Warne· · Arts & Life, In pictures, Interactives
MUSIC: Red Bull Thre3style 2013 World DJ Championships Hits Toronto

MUSIC: Red Bull Thre3style 2013 World DJ Championships Hits Toronto

Nov. 4 marked the beginning of the Red Bull Thre3style 2013 World DJ Championships held right here in Toronto. The competition is a week-long event in which 21 of the world’s best DJs compete for the title of the “World Champion.” Each night, DJs from different countries will compete against each other by performing a 15-minute set, during which they […]

by Sarah Warne· · Arts & Life, Music
Ryerson should give interns a break

Ryerson should give interns a break

By Sarah Warne Ryersonian Staff Internships are dangerously popular. Employers are always willing to accept students, teach us the ropes, pat us on the back and move on to the next batch. After all, we work for free — what company wouldn’t want to take advantage of this? As a journalism student, I am grateful Ryerson has connections with some […]

by Sarah Warne· · Editorial, Opinion

The List: Toronto Halloween parties

Halloween is fast approaching and the big question on everybody’s mind is: where should I go? With the city playing host to a number of themed parties, The Ryersonian has created a guide of hot spots in Toronto. Whether you’re in the mood to go dancing or take in the amazing costumes, we’ve got you covered. All events are 19+ […]

by Sarah Warne· · Arts & Life, Music
Blue and Gold Day: Ryerson’s Ram-bunctious school spirit finally makes an appearance

Blue and Gold Day: Ryerson’s Ram-bunctious school spirit finally makes an appearance

Ryerson’s first school spirit day ended on a booming note at Thursday’s men’s hockey game between the Ryerson Rams and the Guelph Gryphons at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. The Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) held Blue and Gold Day in support of the game  to encourage school pride around campus. The Rams won big, defeating the Gryphons 6-1 in front of 2,156 […]

by Sarah Warne· · Arts & Life, Hockey, Rams Athletics, Sports