Arts & Life

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
Photo by Amanda Skrabucha

Getting intimate at Toronto Fashion Week

Toronto Fashion Week is back and seemingly every fashion enthusiast in the city congregated to explore, witness, and capture fashion. As part of the festivities, Ryerson School of Fashion alumnus Michael Zoffranieri put on a private presentation of his new Gala 2018 collection at the Four Seasons Hotel. Fourth-year fashion communication student, Zoya Shaban, produced the presentation.   “[This] is […]

by Prescylla Veronique· · Arts & Life, Fashion
Issue 3 – Campus Street Style

Issue 3 – Campus Street Style

In the third installment of campus street style, we spotted students who still, despite the snowy weather, managed to make it to campus in style.    This week, students talked about their celebrity-inspired looks and featured brands like Oak and Fort, Urban Outfitters, H&M and this week’s favourite winter boot, Dr. Martens. Rui Batista, second-year architecture: “Today’s inspiration was a […]

by Prescylla Veronique· · Arts & Life, Fashion
Ryerson dives Into The Woods

Ryerson dives Into The Woods

The Ryerson Musical Theatre Company (RMTC) is staging a lively adaptation of Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods for five shows this week at the Betty Oliphant Theatre. The student group –- now in its fourth year, and becoming one of the biggest on campus –– accepts members of all majors. Second-year creative industries student Jarrett Stoll said he wanted to […]

by Swikar Oli· · Arts & Life, Theatre
Ryerson group crafts valentines for Sick Kids Hospital

Ryerson group crafts valentines for Sick Kids Hospital

Ryerson students made homemade Valentine’s Day cards for children at SickKids hospital on Tuesday. Ryerson Students for Mental Awareness, Support & Health (SMASH), a mental health group on campus, hosted “Spread the Love,” an event where students could de-stress by making Valentine’s Day cards for children in the hospital. The group handed out about 40 cards. “We were just thinking […]

by Sawyer Bogdan· · Arts & Life
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