Watch as three men’s volleyball starters answer ridiculous questions in the first episode of Pizza with Players.
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After living near the intersection of Richmond and Sherbourne streets for most of last year, third-year chemical engineering student Richard Tek moved into the heart of St. James Town a little over a month ago. The easier commute and lower rent are two of the reasons why. “My commute is pretty convenient,” Tek says. “I live right beside Sherbourne station so […]
In this week’s show we talk capitalism and Christmas; the Cavalcade of Lights; the Book of Mormon; Series–the podcast, not the breakfast food; and Peter Pan Live! Read the rest of Hana’s story here. Got a question? Comment? Topic idea? Hit us up by email. Alexis Allison: firstname.lastname@example.org Samantha Sobolewski: email@example.com By Alexis Allison and Samantha Sobolewski
In this week’s show, we look at State of Affairs and the trend of women in political roles on TV; Winnie the Pooh at Ryerson; terrible movie sequels; Wahlburgers in Toronto; and Spotify. Got a question? Comment? Topic idea? Hit us up by email. Alexis Allison: firstname.lastname@example.org Samantha Sobolewski: email@example.com By Alexis Allison and Samantha Sobolewski
This week our hosts talk Interstellar and Christopher Nolan with Ryerson radio and television arts professor Micheal Coutanche; look back on 45 years of Sesame Street as the long-running children’s program celebrates a birthday; discuss the upcoming movie Merry Friggin’ Christmas starring Robin Williams and what it means to re-cut movies featuring actors after they’ve passed; our wildly uneducated guesses for […]
This week our hosts speak with Ryerson professor and Cinemascope film critic Adam Nayman about horror movies; discuss this week’s special SNL host Chris Rock and musical guest Prince; debate whether it’s too early to be airing Christmas movies and look ahead at the local music scene. Got a question? Comment? Topic idea? Hit us up by email Samantha Sobolewski: […]
Backed with $800 from the Ryerson Students’ Union and the Office of the President, six members of the Ryerson Chess Club rented a van and drove to Ottawa this past January. They were on their way to the Canadian University Chess Championship. The four-hour drive was filled with motivational trash talk, despite the fact that the club had never […]
Once a dancer, always a dancer — anyone who’s spent long hours rehearsing in the studio or performing on stage can relate. But when young dancers graduate from high school or move away from home to pursue new dreams, opportunities to keep practising and performing at a competitive level are often limited. That isn’t the case at Ryerson. Dance Pak, the […]
On Monday and Wednesday evenings, the Kerr Hall Gymnasium transforms into what looks like the training grounds for circus performers. Three competition-size trampolines set up side-by-side occupy one half of the gym. Backpacks, shoes and a couple of students practising handstands fill the other half. Here at the Ryerson Trampoline Club, a new generation of students are learning the art […]
It calls itself the “Barrel of Monkeys Improv Team,” and it’s easy to see why. Like the line of toy primates that took its name from the idiom, “More fun than a barrel of monkeys,” the improvisational comedy team creates a good time from almost nothing. They start with suggestions from the audience: a place, a person or an occupation. Within […]
If you’re looking for something to do outside of class, hitting the Mattamy Athletic Centre or going for drinks at the Ram in the Rye may seem like the only options. But that’s simply not so! Ryerson is home to many athletic, artistic and quirky clubs where lasting friendships flourish. From the well-established dragon boat club to the recently revamped […]