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Esguerra knew the lights would blur in his lens, which is why he sought
them out as the subject of his photo. Photo by Sherina Harris

A day in the life of a #StreetsofToronto photographer

As soon as Anthony Esguerra walked outside into the cool air, he knew what he wanted to photograph. He bounded down the steps of Ryerson’s Student Learning Centre (SLC) towards the market across the street, and pulled out the Sony a7 II he doesn’t go anywhere without.   He crouched and tilted his camera upwards, making the strap loose around […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Features, Photography
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
Ryerson history repeats

Ryerson history repeats

Now in its 60th year, the Ryerson School of Journalism has been helping students churn out issues of The Ryersonian for six decades. To celebrate this accomplishment, we take a look at how campus life has progressed – or remained eerily similar – over the years. And although a lot has changed at Ryerson since 1953, the quirky headlines from past issues of […]

VIDEO: What’s in the paper tomorrow?

VIDEO: What’s in the paper tomorrow?

Hosts: Josh McLean and Robby Frankel Producer: Amanda Kline

VIDEO: What’s in the paper tomorrow?

VIDEO: What’s in the paper tomorrow?

Hosts: Rebecca Mildon and Sarah-Joyce Battersby Producer: Joshua McLean

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