Post Tagged with: "religion"

Pastor Jeff Pike and his congregation at the Mod Club during the Groundswell Sunday morning service. (Jennie Pearson)

Meet the millennials who are bringing God to the club

This Sunday marked the first ever church service held at the Mod Club. While it’s not your average venue, this is certainly not your average church. Groundswell is a non-denominational Christian church that is attracting young people with its high-energy meetings and approachable demeanour. With a full electric band, strobe lights, free coffee and candy bar, it’s no surprise that millennials […]

by Jennie Pearson· · Music, News, Off Campus, Top stories
(Courtesy Hacksaw Ridge movie website)

Film Fridays: Hacksaw Ridge review

War is a big topic on the news all around the world. The subject is never a positive one and has an impact not only on the people directly involved, but on the world as a whole. People are seeking refuge, being taken away from their families, and soldiers and innocent civilians are dying everyday. So in the world that we […]

Bad religion: talking about God in university

Bad religion: talking about God in university

Signing up for an existentialism course last term was a bit like being told I have to spend another summer in the remote village where my dad was raised.

by Vjosa Isai· · Features, students

Ryerson discusses Islamophobia

In light of the recent news in Quebec and Ottawa, it seems only natural that a constant stream of news about Islam and the increasing prevalence of Islamophobia has been covered time and time again. Instead of covering the events themselves, we have decided to put news aside for a moment and consider who these situations affect, how it affects […]

by Rebecca Mattina· · News
St. George’s Church wants to open its doors to Ryerson students

St. George’s Church wants to open its doors to Ryerson students

A historic Greek Orthodox church in the heart of the Ryerson campus wants to open its doors to students from other Christian denominations. Saint George’s Church mainly serves Greek Orthodox students on campus, but president Grigoris Karakoulas wants to see students from different ethnic and religious backgrounds walk through the church’s doors. “We would like to actually go beyond the […]

by Peter Milonas· · Arts & Life, News