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Ryerson making strides toward inclusive food options

Ryerson making strides toward inclusive food options

It’s hard enough to maintain a healthy diet on campus, due to budget restraints and crowded schedules. But for students with religious dietary restrictions, the quest for proper nutrition is even more difficult. Although Ryerson has made efforts to accommodate students who only eat kosher or halal foods, they are still not meeting these students’ needs. “Typically, universities are secular […]

by Kayla Rosen· · Arts & Life, Food, Health
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Executive chef Joshna Maharaj is leaving Ryerson after two years.

Executive chef who transformed campus food services with Ryerson Eats is leaving this month

Chef Joshna Maharaj, who brought change to what campus food looks and tastes like at Ryerson, is leaving this month after two years.

by Yara Kashlan· · Food, News, On Campus
Rooftop garden produces pickup truck’s weight of food

Rooftop garden produces pickup truck’s weight of food

Rye’s HomeGrown harvests produce grown on top of the engineering building

by Yara Kashlan· · Environment, Food, On Campus
Page One café hopes to give students a new spot on campus

Page One café hopes to give students a new spot on campus

A new cafe is hoping to be the new student spot for Ryerson students.

by Bianca Guzzo· · Arts & Life, Business, Food, On Campus
Am I nuts for wanting to feel safe?

Am I nuts for wanting to feel safe?

Ontario universities are reviewing their policies when it comes to food safety and food allergies after the death of 18-year-old Andrea Mariano two weeks ago. Mariano, a student at Queen’s University, went into anaphylactic shock after drinking a smoothie. She died days later in hospital. In 2005, Sabrina’s Law was passed after Bishop Smith Catholic High School student Sabrina Shannon […]

by Jessica Albotra· · Opinion
Ryerson students in the Pitman cafeteria, one of the locations where meal plan money can be used. (Nadine Habib / Ryersonian Staff)

No more desperate measures for students stuck with leftover meal plan money

Until this year, Ryerson meal plans were non-refundable, leaving students scrambling to make reckless purchases, treat five friends to dinner or give the waiter at the Ram in the Rye a 40 per cent tip to use up leftover money. But there’s relief in sight after The Ryersonian reported that students will finally have options this year for getting unused […]

by Nadine Habib· · News, On Campus
President Sheldon Levy and  Julia Hanigsberg cutting the grand opening tape to the Hub Cafe.

Grand opening of Hub Cafe brings fresh, local produce to students

As you walk through Ryerson’s newly-renovated Hub Cafe, you can see buckets full of freshly-picked fruit, hear the sizzling sound of bacon frying on a grill, and smell freshly baked butter tarts. The big reveal came after $840,000 worth of renovations. The Hub Cafe is part of a larger initiative by Ryerson Eats, promoting fresh Ontario-sourced food for the campus […]

The Hub pushes organic, in-house food to make on-campus eating attractive

The Hub pushes organic, in-house food to make on-campus eating attractive

  Ryerson’s new food services program says it wants to make eating on campus more attractive by featuring locally sourced, freshly made food in its soon-to-open cafeteria, The Hub. Joshna Maharaj — who is in charge of menu options for Ryerson Eats — says the new program will make the cafeteria “a brighter, happier space to get food.” “We are really going […]

by Zachary Dodds· · Arts & Life, Food, Top stories