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Ryerson’s newest student residence is too expensive for students, say critics

Toronto’s housing affordability crisis has spilled over onto Ryerson’s campus in the form of HOEM, the school’s newest and most expensive student residence yet. The residence is set to open this fall, its cheapest option for students being a four-occupant apartment costing a little over $1,400 per person per month. “The development of a new residence building is necessary. However, […]

by Serena Lalani· · News
Feasting alone on Thanksgiving

Feasting alone on Thanksgiving

The Thanksgiving long weekend can be a lonely one for the many university students who aren’t able to travel home. It can also be tough on students when there are no parents or relatives to fill their stomachs with turkey and love. Iulia Larca, a fourth-year creative industries student, said her first year spending the holiday away from her family […]

by Kevin John Siazon· · Arts & Life, Food
A chef at work in the newly renovated Hub cafeteria. Photo by Sean Wetselaar/Rersonian Staff

Hunger pains: a look at changes to Ryerson’s food services, so far

Madelyn McColl always ordered the usual chicken Caesar wrap. As the lines snaked in the Pitman Hall cafeteria, students lined up with their stomachs growling and waited to order from Extreme Pita. For nearly two years, McColl listed off her desired ingredients to the cooks at her go-to fast-food joint without even glancing at the menu. One day, that all […]

by Melissa Wronzberg· · Features
Top shops for dorm decor

Top shops for dorm decor

Decorate your dorm on the cheap by visiting these places, which are all either a short walk or subway ride away from campus: 1) B & J Trading Company: 378 Spadina Ave. Looking for a downtown dollar store with an Asian twist? Look no further for all things dorm decor in this discount store located in Chinatown, including Asian-inspired kitchenware, […]

by Janelle Simone Jordan· · Arts & Life
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