Courtesy Sam Cash

Sam is ready to Cash in

Sam Cash swears he’ll be back to school in January. The 21-year-old arts and contemporary studies student put his studies on pause this semester to dedicate time to his band Sam Cash & The Romantic Dogs. And for good reason. Cash’s recent performance at the Canada’s Walk of Fame Festival and finishing as a finalist at the inaugural RBC Emerging […]

by Jonathan Forani· · Arts & Life, Music

The List: fall music preview

Between Arcade Fire, Drake and Justin Timberlake, it might seem that all the music hype for 2013 is used up. But if you’re looking to pick out this year’s under-the-radar darling, The Ryersonian has compiled a list of albums that are a great place to start: Deltron 3030 –Event II Release date: Oct. 1 Ten years ago, Del the Funky […]

by Josh Kolm· · Arts & Life, Music
September 25, 2013 Issue

September 25, 2013 Issue

by Sarah Murphy· · Digital Archive
These shoes aren’t horsing around

These shoes aren’t horsing around

Interning at the Bata Shoe Museum can be a shoe lover’s dream. But Ryerson student Jessica Miniaci got to do more than just look at shoes. She produced her very own exhibit – one that showcased equestrian riding boots from 1860 to 1948. “It looks at both men’s and women’s equestrian footwear,” said the second-year master of arts in fashion […]

by Jessica Vitullo· · Arts & Life, Fashion
One wedding in two worlds

One wedding in two worlds

As a Pakistani girl, daydreams about my wedding were different from other girls. I knew my wedding wouldn’t be just one day, but several days of celebration. I wouldn’t be wearing a white dress, but a heavily sequined one in traditional colours like yellow, red and green. I knew what my wedding would look like but my daydreams certainly did […]

by Anam Latif· · Opinion, Voices
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