Arts & Life

In pictures: JCU House of Horrors

In pictures: JCU House of Horrors

Halloween was extra spooky at Ryerson this year with the Journalism Course Union’s House of Horrors. In case you missed it, The Ryersonian’s Shazah Ayub and Nuruddin Qorane were there to find out what was causing all the shrieking from the Journalism student lounge Thursday night. More: Earlier: Our House of Horrors live blog with reactions from students

Food bus to sell fresh produce launches at Ryerson

Food bus to sell fresh produce launches at Ryerson

Ryerson students were first to get a look at a food program aimed to bring fresh, affordable fruits and vegetables to select neighbourhoods across the city – but they won’t be able to benefit from it on campus. FoodShare Toronto launched the Mobile Good Food Market program at Ryerson on Gould St. Thursday, unveiling the bus that will allow customers […]

by Shazah Ayub· · Arts & Life, Food
In pictures: Halloween on campus

In pictures: Halloween on campus

Halloween on a university campus is sometimes a luck of the draw — especially because our campus is located in downtown Toronto. It seems the older students get, the less they want to get creative with their costumes. Luckily, we ran into some students who are happy to dress up for class, and even happier to pose for a photo.

by Maria Siassina· · Fashion, In pictures, Interactives

Crime rises on Halloween but not at Ryerson

Halloween marks an increase in the number of crimes reported to police, especially violent offences and property violations, but the same spike in criminal activity doesn’t affect Ryerson, security personnel say. “We have not noticed a trend in increased incidents from a Halloween weekend to any other weekend with parties happening on or around campus,” said Tanya Fermin-Poppleton, manager of […]

by Nicole Skripkariuk· · Arts & Life
(Photo by Sydney Poulos)

Halloween Trends 2013

 By Hayley Brauer and Sarah Warne Halloween is right around the corner and many students are still searching for the perfect costume. Malabar has been in business for 90 years and is still one of the most popular costume shops in Toronto. Malabar employee Alana Sambey, explains that most people still gravitate towards classic and timeless costumes. “There’s nothing really […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Arts & Life, Videos
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