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Newbie Blanche: a 2013 guide

Your first all-nighter of the semester doesn’t need to be for schoolwork. The Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, happening Oct. 5, promises a full night of contemporary art and you won’t need to stray far from Ryerson’s gates to find it. A dedicated Nuit Blanche participant will need to fill the 12 hours with some non-campus destinations, however. Everything kicks off at […]

She’s not just another ‘shoe-in’

As an international student, Ivonne Serna did more than put one foot in front of the other – she stepped out in style. And she believes everyone should have that chance. Serna, a recent Ryerson grad was one of eight international students in Ontario to receive a City of Toronto International Student Excellence Award last weekend. She received hers in […]

by Allie Coulman· · Arts & Life, Fashion
The List: television preview

The List: television preview

Feeling lost now that there’s no more Breaking Bad to occupy your TV time? Here at The Ryersonian, we feel your pain, but remember, the fall television season has just begun. So here’s a small sampling of new and returning shows to obsess over: Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 1 on Fox In the new series from Parks and Recreation creator Michael […]

by Josh Kolm· · Arts & Life, Film & Television
Five gluten-free meal ideas for every day of the school week

Five gluten-free meal ideas for every day of the school week

Fish tacos Gluten-free tortillas may not be the easiest to track down, but they do exist; or try your hand at making some homemade ones that will lead you to a lifetime of happiness filled with burritos, quesadillas and fajitas. Make these fish tacos with halibut, then top them off with jalapenos, fresh salsa, guacamole, cilantro and freshly squeezed lime […]

by Sarah Murphy· · Features, Food
Giving up gluten

Giving up gluten

Megan Stulberg may never eat another bagel again. But it’s not by choice. Eating her favourite breakfast staple now would cause her to throw up uncontrollably. That’s what happened last summer, the 20-year-old Ryerson student says, when she mysteriously stopped being able to keep her meals down. A doctor’s visit, a biopsy and two blood tests later confirmed the worst: […]

by Natalie Chu· · Features, Food
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