Post Tagged with: "love"

Kayla McLaughlin, Reporter and Sports Editor for The Ryersonian

OPINION: Yes I’m in a long-distance relationship. Get over it.

Regardless of how a long-distance relationship comes about and why the two people are forced apart from each other, people will always have something to say. It can be stressful enough to leave everything you know and love — a house, a career, a family — to be with one person, even without the unsolicited opinions of others. The scenario […]

by Kayla McLaughlin· · Editorial, Opinion, Relationships
"It's difficult not to feel like sex is the epitome of romantic expression." (Iris Robin photographed by Yehuda Fisher)

OPINION: Love’s big fuck-up

How do you say “I love you” without using words? Perhaps you’d seek the perfect gift for your partner or get cosy for a casual night in. Maybe you’d go out to eat and savour the way your lover’s laugh sounds like the gentle swill of red wine. Would you spend an evening under the stars, shaping your shared desires […]

by Iris Robin· · Editorial, Opinion, Relationships
Confidence Is In, photo taken by Christiane Beya in CF Toronto Eaton Centre

OPINION: Loving yourself first

When you love who you are you accept yourself without anyone’s validation. Being comfortable in your own skin, knowing your worth, being aware of your limits and loving yourself are vital to a healthier and longer lasting relationship with your significant other. I firmly believe that you do not need anyone else to meet your expectations but yourself. Self-growth will […]

by Christiane Beya· · Opinion, Voices
(Courtesy of Focus Features)

Film Fridays: Loving review

It’s shocking to think that in 1967, the state of Virginia had a law that prohibited interracial marriage. The new film Loving tells the story of an interracial couple’s fight to remain married and live in their state. The film is based on the true story of Richard and Mildred Loving, who fell in love in the state of Virginia. […]

(Courtesy Amanda Gilmore)

How my study abroad brought me loneliness and love

When I found out that I was going to London for my study abroad, I felt a mix of excitement and anxiety. London was a place I wanted to visit for as long as I could remember. It wasn’t because of the pub life or accents, but because my family is from the United Kingdom. I was thrilled that I […]

by Amanda Gilmore· · Off Campus, Opinion, students, Travel, Voices
Lillian Greenblatt / Ryersonian Staff

Confessions of a crazy cat lady

Kara Anderson is a mother of two.

by Kara Anderson· · News, Opinion, Voices
Child Holocaust survivor shares his story to prevent bullying today

Child Holocaust survivor shares his story to prevent bullying today

Love — that’s what kept baby Andy Reti alive during the Holocaust.

by Abby Chan· · Arts & Life
Sounds Interesting – Tyler the Magician

Sounds Interesting – Tyler the Magician

Sounds Interesting is an audio series that explores niche and underground cultures and lifestyles.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Podcasts
New Ryerson social media group asks students about their love lives

New Ryerson social media group asks students about their love lives

As it gets colder outside, people are layering up to keep their head, feet and hands warm – and their hearts. A new Ryerson social media group, RU_inlove, was on campus Tuesday and Thursday asking students about their love lives and looking for those wanting a hand to hold during the holidays. “We thought, what would be fun? What do […]

Hump Day Heroes #3: What should I wear on a first date?

Hump Day Heroes #3: What should I wear on a first date?

by Christina Dun· · Top stories, Videos
Hump Day Heroes #1 – Man Buns: Sexy or Sloppy?

Hump Day Heroes #1 – Man Buns: Sexy or Sloppy?

by Ryersonian Staff· · Videos
Relationships on top: hierarchies of dating

Relationships on top: hierarchies of dating

It’s a woman’s world on campus, according to a recent Statistics Canada report, which said that about 60 per cent of college and university students are female. According to Ramona Pereira, an Etobicoke-based certified relationship coach, having fewer men acquiring diplomas and degrees means that women will be “dumbing down” when it comes to dating selection. “There’s been a shift […]