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Ryerson’s response to global refugee crisis

Ryerson’s response to global refugee crisis

Mohammed Malek was two years old when he left Iraq in a sack on the back of a donkey. Along with his family, the first-year nursing student was forced to leave his home country because of the fear of persecution due to his father’s Kurdish lineage. “We had to cross the mountains into Iran because at the time, it was […]

by Jessica Valeny· · News, Off Campus, Politics
Commuters board the subway train at Warden Station on Nov. 20. (Photo by Jenny Zhen)

Will The TTC Way speed up your commute?

The TTC’s 2017 campaign, The TTC Way, which was built to improve its customer service, may be falling on deaf ears. The company is at the receiving end of renewed criticism after a cracked rail at Bloor station last week impacted rush-hour commutes. The TTC Way – a corporate rule book espousing six pillars – outlines how commuters should behave […]

by Adriana Parente· · News, Off Campus
Remains of six bodies found in connection to McArthur

Remains of six bodies found in connection to McArthur

Remains of six bodies have been found at 53 Mallory Cres. in connection with alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur, according to Toronto police. One of the six bodies has been identified as Andrew Kinsman, a man who went missing in the Church-Wellesley area in June 2017. The remains were found in planters that police seized from the Leaside property where […]

by Anna Cianni· · News, Off Campus
Germs in the subway

Germs in the subway

With almost 1.7 million riders a day, it’s no surprise that the TTC is covered in germs. But, what exactly is the dirtiest spot on the subway? CleanSlate UV, a Toronto company that specializes in sanitation technology, took it upon themselves to swab for germs on common locations that riders come in contact with on the subway. By using ATP […]

by Ashley Puch· · News, Off Campus
Wait time for AGO tickets disappoints students

Wait time for AGO tickets disappoints students

When fourth-year English student Justine Fajardo finished her last exam of the semester back in December, she rushed home, making it just in time for the members only pre-sale of the Infinity Mirrors exhibit coming to the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) from March 3 to May 27. Since she was already a member, she thought there wouldn’t be a […]

by Kathleen Francisco· · News, Off Campus
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