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Bruce McArthur, alleged serial killer, charged with three new counts of murder

Bruce McArthur, alleged serial killer, charged with three new counts of murder

Bruce McArthur, who police are now describing as an “alleged serial killer,” has been charged with three additional counts of first-degree murder. The three new murder charges are in relation to the deaths of Majeed Kayhan, 58, whose disappearance was investigated by Project Houston when he was reported missing in October 2012; Soroush Marmudi, 50, who was reported missing in […]

by Anna Cianni· · News, Off Campus, Ward 27
MPP Vic Fedeli chosen as interim leader of PC party

MPP Vic Fedeli chosen as interim leader of PC party

MPP Vic Fedeli was chosen as interim leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservatives on Jan. 26, after Patrick Brown’s resignation following sexual misconduct allegations.   On Thursday morning following the resignation, Ryerson’s Campus Conservatives made a formal statement. They said, “In response to the unfortunate news and allegations brought to light last night, we would like to assure Ryerson students that […]

by Jenna Miguel· · News, Off Campus, Politics
GO Transit releases etiquette book

GO Transit releases etiquette book

Commuters, apparently you’re doing it all wrong. On Wednesday, GO Transit released an etiquette book titled, The Unwritten Rules of Public Transit Etiquette Written Down. According to GO Transit’s Twitter, the book was written with  collection of commuter concerns from the past. Vanessa Barrasa, spokesperson for GO Transit, says that most customers are considerate of each other, but sometimes customers […]

by Adriana Parente· · News, Off Campus
Ryerson graduate nominated for Canadian Screen Awards

Ryerson graduate nominated for Canadian Screen Awards

Lisa Rideout, Ryerson graduate and founder of Lifted Eyes Media, has been nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for Best Short Documentary. Her documentary, Take a Walk on the Wildside, was premièred at Hot Docs and screened at festivals in 2017. Rideout told the Ryersonian she wanted to challenge viewers’ stereotypes using an empathetic lens through her inside look into Toronto’s cross-dressing […]

Ryerson struts its design expertise at Winter Stations

Ryerson struts its design expertise at Winter Stations

Ryerson is one of three design schools chosen to showcase artwork at the fourth annual Winter Stations International Design Competition. The competition was open to designers around the world to submit proposals to produce pieces of artwork that adorn the lifeguard stations in The Beaches neighbourhood in Toronto. The installations will be up for six weeks from Feb. 19 to […]

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