Opinion

EDITORIAL: How to be an Ally

EDITORIAL: How to be an Ally

In light of social movements such as #Metoo and #TimesUp, there is no doubt that International Women’s Day will create a buzz on social media. The day is meant for the world to celebrate and appreciate the courageous women in our lives and the trailblazing women who inspire us. We can certainly expect to see many posts, many Snapchat filters […]

by Sahar Khan· · Editorial, News, Opinion
Photo courtesy of Janine Maral Tascioglu

VOICES: Who’s your #GirlBoss?

My grandmother was a girl boss in a time when being a girl boss was unheard of. Travelling with her nine-month old baby, she moved from Istanbul to Germany — a country she had never been to — to build a better life. She had grown up in Eastern Turkey, then moved to Istanbul as a young teen. Today, she […]

by Janine Tascioglu· · Opinion, Voices
EDITORIAL: Group work needs to stop

EDITORIAL: Group work needs to stop

Written by Chelsea Lecce Group work. The most controversial and passionate argument you’ll hear from students. No matter the program or the year of study, everyone who attends Ryerson University has come across the dreadful headache of completing an assignment that is most likely worth more than an actual research paper. Someone please explain why group work still exists in […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Editorial, Opinion
Editorial Cartoon: Student mindset after reading week

Editorial Cartoon: Student mindset after reading week

by Augustine Ng· · Editorial Cartoon, Opinion
VOICES: Say my name right, please

VOICES: Say my name right, please

My name is four letters and two syllables long. By all means, it’s not difficult to pronounce. There are only so many ways you could say it. Yet in my 22 years of life, I have heard every single possible variation of it. From Na-da to Niy-da to Na-dia, my four-letter name has confused more people than I could ever […]

by Nida Omar· · Opinion, Voices
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