Reporter Alex Tsui takes a look at food insecurity at post-secondary schools and its link to mental health.
Ryerson students have even more reason to like Salad King. The Thai restaurant, located mere steps off campus, is now offering a new $15,000 scholarship for Ryerson students, as well as an extension to its international student awards at the university. The announcement was made during Ryerson’s first International Mother Language Day Festival on Feb. 29, as part of the […]
By Saheel Shah After 17 days and over $20,000, funds continue coming in for the Ryerson-directed feature film Goliath as it enters the third week of its Indiegogo campaign. Goliath is being written, directed and produced by Luke Villemaire, a third-year film student at Ryerson. In September, Villemaire secured $20,000 through the Ryerson Communication and Design Society (RCDS) to contribute […]
Students got the chance to turn their gently used clothing into cold hard cash when Plato’s Closet, a chain that buys and sells brand-name used clothing, brought their business to Ryerson residence Pitman Hall on March 23. This was the third event Plato’s Closet has done in co–operation with Ryerson, the first being a booth set up during frosh week […]
Four experts from differing financial backgrounds give some tips on how to get student finances on track.