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In honour of International Women’s Day, we asked Ryerson students what the day meant to them and who they are celebrating for. Here’s what they said. Justina Kewal, first-year, Politics “It’s important to remember everything women have achieved throughout history.” Alessandro Cotognini, first-year, Business Management “We have to pay more attention to the women in our lives and give them […]

Photo Courtesy Adrian Arnieri. Adrian Arnieri showcases his collection The Electric Lady’s at the 2017 Ryerson fashion show Mass Exodus.

Ryerson grad Adrian Arnieri’s design hits the red carpet

For some, being a student at the Ryerson School of Fashion means completing assignments and passing classes so you can one day walk across the stage at graduation. For others, this program is seen as an “in,” because of the contacts that can be made and the countless opportunities to take advantage of. It’s easy for students to get caught […]

by Chelsea Lecce· · Arts & Life, Fashion, Features
Photo by Ryan Tuchow. The Ted Rogers Hot Docs Cinema where Washington Post executive editor Marty Baron spoke about truth in the digital age March 3.

Journalists discuss truth at the Curious Minds Weekend

  The Ted Rogers Hot Docs Cinema was packed March 3 for a sold-out discussion of truth during the time of president Donald Trump. The Globe and Mail’s editor-in-chief David Walmsley spoke with Washington Post executive editor Marty Baron as part of the second annual Curious Minds Weekend that ran from March 2 to 4. The Curious Weekend, according to […]

by Ryan Tuchow· · Arts & Life, Film & Television
In his new film, Human Flow, artist Ai Weiwei takes on the plight of refugees

In his new film, Human Flow, artist Ai Weiwei takes on the plight of refugees

In Human Flow, Ai Weiwei chronicles perhaps the biggest tragedy of the 21st century: the migrant condition. It’s estimated that currently more than 65 million people around the world have been displaced and forced to flee their homes to escape war, climate change and deprivation. In Human Flow, Ai chronicles the epic journey and plight of refugees, as well as […]

A model wearing Botxn Beauty products.
Photo Credit: Sobbutina Anna.

Ryerson sisters launch inclusive beauty brand

In early 2017, after years of wanting to enter the makeup industry, 24-year-old medical physics student Fadumo Botan started working on her own beauty brand. Botxn Beauty is a luxurious cosmetics line created by Fadumo, Amal and Nasra Botan, three sisters who are all current students at Ryerson University. “There’s so much competition, even within Toronto itself,” Fadumo said. “It’s […]

by Nida Omar· · Arts & Life
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