Opinion

VOICES: J-School’s fatal flaw

VOICES: J-School’s fatal flaw

If we’re being honest, journalism is a calling. We play doctor with words, and magic with ideas; finding creative ways to tell stories that’ve been told a thousand times, or new ways to engage with a story for the first.

by Matthew Amha· · Opinion, Voices
EDITORIAL: Halloween’s takeaway

EDITORIAL: Halloween’s takeaway

For most students and party veterans, Halloween is a chance to dress up, have fun and get silly. But few know about the day’s queer party culture roots.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Editorial, Opinion
Andrea Houston, pictured here on Oct. 25, 2017, teaches Queer Media at the Ryerson School of Journalism. (Photo by Kiki Cekota)

OPINION: What journalists get wrong when covering trans and genderqueer issues

It’s 2017 and we still can’t get it right. A recent column in the National Post was headlined, “Women’s prison left to cope after getting male inmate who identifies as female.”

What exactly is wrong with this headline? Everything.

by Julia Lloyd· · Opinion
EDITORIAL: A yes is not sufficient for equity vote

EDITORIAL: A yes is not sufficient for equity vote

The “Feed Students Support Survivors” campaign, which aims to increase funding for the Good Food Centre (GFC) and Sexual Assault Survivor Support Line (SASSL), is a good start. But adequate funding shouldn’t depend on referendums.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Editorial, Opinion
(Illustration by Brooke Taylor)

OPINION: Let’s dismantle ‘daddy issues’

“It benefits everyone when women don’t have to hear derogatory jokes about themselves and the uglier parts of their upbringing so casually and callously dropped.”

by Linsey Raschkowan· · Opinion
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