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Abdelrahman Sameh, fourth-year biomedical engineering student. (Photo by Zena Salem)

Egyptian community weighs in on deadly mosque attack

An attack on a  mosque in northern Sinai, Egypt  earlier this month, hit a little too close to home for one Ryerson biomedical engineering student.     

by Zena Salem· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
RyersonianTV: November 17, 2015 – Paris and the fallout, Canada still pulling out fighter jets against ISIS, Santa Claus parade

RyersonianTV: November 17, 2015 – Paris and the fallout, Canada still pulling out fighter jets against ISIS, Santa Claus parade

RyersonianTV is a daily newscast produced by the School of Journalism’s masthead class. Watch us live, Monday to Friday, at noon EST.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Newscasts, RyersonianTV
Zainab Attia seen over an illustration of an anti-miltary coup protest at Rab'a Square in Cairo, Egypt. (Photos: Amal Ahmed Albaz, Illustration: Susanna Gómez Báez/Ryersonian Staff)

A tale of two turmoils: Egyptian students recount struggles with tension abroad

    Zainab Attia is distracted. She sits in class twiddling her pen, unable to concentrate. She looks around and sees her classmates taking down notes. She wonders if they too are distracted. For her, school has become a puzzle she has yet to solve. She carries not only her backpack, but also her family’s burden on her back as […]

by Amal Ahmed· · Features
Protest-turned-party celebrates social justice

Protest-turned-party celebrates social justice

Text and reporting: Samantha Fernandes Camera: Chantale Dahmer It’s not often that a protest turns into a party, but that’s what happened when Ryerson’s third annual Social Justice Week kicked-off on Monday. A rally to protest for the release of Toronto filmmaker John Greyson and emergency ward doctor Tarek Loubani transformed into a victory rally after the Canadians were released […]

by Samantha Fernandes· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
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