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Rams coach returns from Sochi with gold

Fifty-six minutes into the game, Team Canada’s women’s hockey team didn’t seem to stand a chance against Team U.S.A. Lisa Haley, the team’s assistant coach, was there for it all: the score that broke the tie, the deafening cheers as the tables turned and the goal that won the gold medal for Canada. “Trying to find the right adjective is […]

Editorial Cartoon: February 26, 2014

Editorial Cartoon: February 26, 2014

by Hillary MacDonald· · Editorial Cartoon, Opinion
Olympic pride hits close to Ryerson

Olympic pride hits close to Ryerson

The Canadian men’s hockey game may have grabbed national attention on Sunday morning, but the real thriller took place three days earlier. The Canadian women’s team beat the U.S., its bitter rival in a historically two-horse tournament, to win gold. While it was a game to make all Canadians proud, that pride is felt strongly here at Ryerson. At head […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Editorial, Opinion
Hockey most popular Olympic sport among Ryerson students

Hockey most popular Olympic sport among Ryerson students

By Hania Ahmed  [View the story “Hockey Biggest Sport at 2014 Olympics: Ryerson Students” on Storify]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Sports, Top stories
Ryerson launches Sochi Olympic medal watch

Ryerson launches Sochi Olympic medal watch

Students can now stay updated with the ongoing Olympic medal counts, through a website created by the Ryerson library. On Monday, the Ryerson University Library & Archives launched Olympic Watch, a website that combines statistical data about competing countries along with their Olympic medal standings. Daniel Jakubek, a geographic information system and map librarian at Ryerson, said the site’s purpose […]

by Jayna Rana· · News, On Campus, Top stories
Ryerson journalism instructor working with CBC to cover the Winter Olympics in Sochi. (Courtesy Mark Bulgutch)

Journalism instructor using tech to teach from Sochi

Despite having left the country for two weeks, a journalism instructor said his students will still get the full learning experience in his course. Mark Bulgutch, instructor for a TV reporting course, informed students that he would be away in Sochi, Russia, to cover the Winter Olympic Games for most of February. But some students worry that the Skype calls […]

by Leena Latafat· · News, On Campus, Top stories
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