In the days leading up to Nov. 11, I barely saw any poppies on campus. I noticed the veteran in the mall selling poppies and the box at the Tim Horton’s counter, but in the bustle of campus, brand logos are much more prominent than the red emblem.
- Ryerson’s collaborative nursing students return to class this week 12 hours ago
- Student drug dealer isn’t worried about business under pot legalization 13 hours ago
- Faculty surveys reveal race and gender biases 2 days ago
- Ryerson wants a new community care degree 4 days ago
- Movember foundation sparks conversation on men’s suicide prevention 4 days ago
The big name at cinema box offices this week is Kenneth Branagh’s Murder on the Orient Express, a lavish adaptation of Agatha Christie’s novel of the same name.
One of Ryerson’s top performing teams has students competing internationally without ever leaving their home.
Ryerson’s esports Overwatch team is playing two season-defining matches on Saturday.
Fewer people are watching movies, according to Cineplex’s third-quarter results released earlier this week.
The Canadian entertainment giant recorded 16.8 million in attendance in their third-quarter report, down from 19.2 million this time last year — a decrease of 12.8 per cent.