Post Tagged with: "death"

Some of the sheets of paper with questions pertaining to death written on them, that were passed out to participants. (Emily Srebotnjak/Ryersonian Staff)

Death café makes a killer impression on Ryerson students

Ryerson held its first ever death café last Thursday evening. The event drew in people from a range of programs and aimed to erase the unease that often comes with talking about the end of life.

by Emily Srebotnjak· · Arts & Life, Health, On Campus
(Courtesy Ryerson Science Society Facebook)

Remembering Najdana Andjelkovic

The life of third-year financial mathematics student Najdana Andjelkovic will be honoured this week on campus. Andjelkovic died in a car crash in the early hours of Oct. 31. She was heading eastbound on the Gardiner Expressway east of Parkside Drive when she hit two concrete blocks and a guard rail. She was only 25-years-old. While at Ryerson, Andjelkovic was […]

(Courtesy Ryerson Science Society Facebook)

Ryerson student died in car crash

Toronto police continue to investigate the fatal car crash involving a Ryerson student. 25-year-old Najdana Andjelkovic died early Monday morning. She was a third-year financial mathematics student and also the vice-president of the Ryerson Science Society. Outside of school, Andjelkovic worked as a math tutor. The single-vehicle crash happened just before 3 a.m. Monday on the eastbound Gardiner Expressway east […]

by Amanda Gilmore· · News, Off Campus, students, Top stories
(Jacqueline Tucci/Ryersonian Staff)

John Tory holds press conference on Rob Ford death

By Alexia Kapralos and Jacqueline Tucci Mayor John Tory gave a press conference on the passing on former mayor and councilor Rob Ford Tuesday afternoon.  

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, Off Campus, Ward 27
Ryerson students gathered at a vigil for third-year film student Nadia Marzouca on Thursday night. (Melinna Miranda / Ryersonian Staff)

Students remember Nadia Marzouca with film, Oreos

Students, friends and strangers gathered to remember third-year film student Nadia Marzouca at Lake Devo Thursday night. They held candles while watching a film Marzouca starred in and sharing one of her favourite foods — Oreos. Marzouca was found dead in the Image Arts building just after midnight on Sept. 30.

by Melinna Miranda· · News, On Campus