Arts & Life

In pictures: Wearable Art Show 2013

In pictures: Wearable Art Show 2013

Ryerson fashion students were among designers who showcased their looks at Ryerson’s Wearable Art Show Tuesday night. Glitter,  four-inch heels and dramatic gowns hit the runway at Berkeley Church on Queen St. E. For promising Ryerson talent, the event was an opportunity for students to showcase their designs for free on a professional platform, says the show’s co-founder Ketzie Sherman. […]

(Vivian Ng / Special To the Ryersonian)

Canadian TV vs. the Internet

The popularity and critical acclaim of shows like Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones have led many to proclaim we are in a golden age of television. Globe and Mail TV columnist John Doyle wants to know how Canada fits into this era. “What has Canada contributed to this? Pretty much nothing,” he wrote in his Oct. 10 column. “Look […]

by Peter Lozinski· · Features, Media, Off Campus, On Campus
Despite studies, food addiction still not recognized as medical disorder

Despite studies, food addiction still not recognized as medical disorder

By Cait Davidson Ryersonian Staff The Oreo has been America’s bestselling cookie for more than a century, with people choosing them over thin mints, gingersnaps and shortbread. However, a study released last month by Connecticut College argues that Oreos are not only one of America’s favourite sweets; they can also be just as addicting as cocaine or even morphine. The […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Arts & Life, Food, Health
Weekly Tech Update: Toronto Transit Apps

Weekly Tech Update: Toronto Transit Apps

We hear constantly that Ryerson is a commuter university – meaning that transit plays a huge part in our daily lives. If you’re not tracking your TTC streetcar or bus on your smartphone, downloading an app will prevent you from frustration when you’re late for work or class. If you don’t have a smartphone, you can stick to staring longingly […]

by Maria Siassina· · Arts & Life, Media
Emily Joveski, volunteer co-ordinator at The Scope, has been preparing for launch day.

Best of The Scope

The community-based campus radio station CKLN is long gone, its licence rescinded by the CRTC in 2011. But radio is back at Ryerson, in the form of The Scope. Although the online station is just a few months old, it features a variety of notable, weekly programs. Part of the Noise No student-run radio is complete without some classic punk, […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Media
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