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Ryerson's women's volleyball team are heading back into the OUA Final Four after defeating the Queen's Gael's Saturday afternoon.

Women’s volleyball cruises into OUA Final Four

By Nicholas Raponi Ryerson’s women’s volleyball team cruised back into the OUA Final Four after dropping the Queen’s Gaels 3-0 Saturday afternoon at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. This comes just one year after the team suffered a heartbreaking loss to the Ottawa Gee-Gees in a quarterfinal game and missed the Final Four.   Ryerson hasn’t gone back to the Final […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Sports, Volleyball
The Ryerson Rams women's volleyball team lost 3-2 to the Queen's University Gaels Friday night. (Stefan Morrone/Ryersonian Staff).

Rams slip against Gaels

The Ryerson Rams women’s volleyball team suffered a narrow defeat to the Queen’s University Gaels at the Mattamy Athletic Centre Friday night. Ryerson  lost the first and third sets but dominated the second and fourth. It was a close match, with both teams see-sawing for the lead before the Rams ultimately lost 3-2 (30-32, 25-16, 25-27, 25-16, 12-15). The Rams […]

by Stefan Morrone· · Sports, Top stories, Volleyball
Ryerson Nursing Professor Sepali Guruge is the head researcher of the mental illness stigma project that recieved a $3 million grant from the Movember Foundation.

Mo’ money: Ryerson nets $3-million Movember Foundation grant

The month of the moustache is days away,  but Ryerson is already reaping the benefits of the fundraising that goes along with it. The Movember Foundation awarded Ryerson a $3-million grant  on Wednesday that will help fund research that aims to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness in the Asian community. “This is one of the largest research grants Ryerson […]

by Hayley Brauer· · News, On Campus