The Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards nominate two fashion design graduates, Hamish Thwaites and Lucian Matis.
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Ryerson journalism professor Kamal Al-Solaylee’s debut book is a Canada Reads finalist, and it “feels bloody fantastic.” Intolerable: A Memoir of Extremes traces Al-Solaylee’s journey as a gay, Middle Eastern man settling in Canada while coping with family members who turn to uncompromising renditions of Islam. The finalists were announced Tuesday. The theme for this year’s competition is “one book to […]
Canada Reads revealed its 2015 finalists and Ryerson journalism professor Kamal Al-Solaylee’s debut novel made the cut. Intolerable: A Memior of Extremes traces Al-Solaylee’s journey as a gay, Middle Eastern man settling in Canada, while coping with family members who turn to uncompromising renditions of Islam. This year’s theme for the competition is “one book to break barriers,” and the […]
The Ryersonian has made the finals for five 2014 Canadian Online Publishing Awards: best media website, best news coverage, best blog or column, best infographic and best interactive story. The awards are an industry event for all online publishers. Ryersonian instructor Gavin Adamson, who oversees The Ryersonian, said five pieces were entered in June, and every one of them was nominated. This […]