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UPDATED: Ryerson grad is challenging Hollywood diversity in film

Rebeca Ortiz aims to tackle minority representation in films, starting with her upcoming short movie, Abuela.

Combatting body shaming through art

Combatting body shaming through art

Justine Latour’s “Au Natural” explores society’s stereotypes towards the human body and the importance of eliminating stigma through the use of art.

(Courtesy Alicia Harris)

Ryerson alumnae shows a different meaning of rape through chilling short film

I had the chance to interview Alicia Harris in the hotel she was raped in to discuss what it took for her to go public about her story.   REVIEW  “Maybe if it were a nice room with bedding that was pristine, you would have wanted it to stay that way.” Alicia Harris recites the poem she wrote for Maybe If It Were […]

(Courtesy Surita Gor)

Rye grad to be published in national library

When Ryerson graduate Virus the Poet started doing spoken word, he said it was a way for him to “give a voice to the voiceless.” Now the Toronto-based artist is being published in an anthology for the Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa. “Spoken word poetry, to me, means encouraging and supporting human beings,” said Virus, born Viral Gor. He […]

by Alexia Kapralos· · Arts & Life, Literature, Media
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Rye grad student making miracle recovery, wins big at Three Minute Thesis competition

Doctors said it would be years before the Ryerson graduate student could go back to school.

Students on the convocation guest cap: “It would be nice for them to see me walk across the stage”

Students on the convocation guest cap: “It would be nice for them to see me walk across the stage”

Graduation is a special day many students look forward to spending with their closest friends and family. But when many Ryerson students apply to graduate, they discover they can only bring two people to their convocation. And that there’s a surprise $40 application fee. We asked class of 2014 how they feel about the guest limit and how they plan to choose between […]

by Tanya Cruz· · Arts & Life, Interactives, Top stories