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Courtesy Sam Cash

Sam is ready to Cash in

Sam Cash swears he’ll be back to school in January. The 21-year-old arts and contemporary studies student put his studies on pause this semester to dedicate time to his band Sam Cash & The Romantic Dogs. And for good reason. Cash’s recent performance at the Canada’s Walk of Fame Festival and finishing as a finalist at the inaugural RBC Emerging […]

by Jonathan Forani· · Arts & Life, Music

The List: fall music preview

Between Arcade Fire, Drake and Justin Timberlake, it might seem that all the music hype for 2013 is used up. But if you’re looking to pick out this year’s under-the-radar darling, The Ryersonian has compiled a list of albums that are a great place to start: Deltron 3030 –Event II Release date: Oct. 1 Ten years ago, Del the Funky […]

by Josh Kolm· · Arts & Life, Music

Around campus this week: What to do September 23-29

Need a study break? The Ryersonian brings you a roundup of campus events this week. For the politically charged: The second annual Jack Layton lecture will feature speaker, advocate and political icon Ed Broadbent as he discusses the philosophical and historical successes of social democracy. If you’re in the mood for social change, head over to the free lecture after […]

Sharing sounds on smartphones

Sharing sounds on smartphones

It wasn’t really an “aha!” moment. Rather, the idea for enRUe, the equivalent of Google Docs for audio files, evolved slowly out of an incessant need to share real-time audio files between several users as efficiently as possible. Although the smartphone app is the culmination of six years of hard work for Jacky Tuinstra Harrison, she doesn’t plan on cashing […]

by Robby Frankel· · Music, News, On Campus
Rye's HomeGrown has eight gardens on campus, including one on Gould Street outside Kerr Hall and another on the roof of the engineering building. Some of the harvest goes to the Community Food Room.

Around campus: What to do September 16-22

Need a study break? The Ryersonian brings you a roundup of campus events this week. For the art lover: The Ryerson Image Centre kicks off Ghost Dance: Activism. Resistance. Art on Wednesday. This multimedia group exhibition looks at activism in contemporary indigenous art. It is a new media art installation, so look forward to a unique viewing experience. Spend an afternoon at […]

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