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Justine Latour’s “Au Natural” explores society’s stereotypes towards the human body and the importance of eliminating stigma through the use of art.
Graduate Justine Latour’s collection is being showcased at Ryerson Artspace in the Gladstone Hotel from March 9 to April 2.
“…I figured that Ryerson would be a good place with access because it is in the downtown core.”
Ryerson International has confirmed in a statement to the Ryersonian that while there are several members of the university in London, England following a deadly attack, not all have been reached.
“We really want to bring light to the issue and create a conversation.”
The Rebel Media’s publisher Ezra Levant encountered a group of protestors who disrupted his talk.
This year, Holi was celebrated from March 12 – March 13. Despite the delay and cold weather, this didn’t stop the Ryerson Indian Students’ Association from holding their biggest Holi event to date.
Would I drop everything to stay at home and only take care of my family? No matter how I think about it, my answer is always no.
Ezra Levant is speaking on Ryerson campus today and the event has been moved due to security concerns.
Our No. 1 priority has always been the physical safety of students.
I was “the Canadian assistant visiting from Italy who spoke minimal German but did a great job.”
Ryerson survey finds students split on mandatory indigenous culture course.
University students, often first-time renters, continue to be unaware of their rights as tenants and feel taken advantage of by property owners.
Ryerson’s own Aero Design team competed at the Society of Automotive Engineers’ Aero Design Series in Texas last weekend.
Students should rethink buying weed off the street, say staff at Cannabis Culture.
“…in order to become a leader, the first step is to go abroad and see the world because that experience will help you gain more insight into other cultures.”
“I enjoy watching Grey’s Anatomy on these couches, eating my food and occasionally hanging out with friends…”
Hani al Moulia is a first-year computer engineering student who is also a photographer and a part of Prime Minister Trudeau’s Youth Council. He spent three years as a Syrian refugee and lived in a Lebanese camp with his parents and six siblings. This is his story.
Architecture and engineering students describe hallucinating after all-night studio sessions.
Long commutes are also part of the picture.
University’s commuter hostel program a “good machine that kept on running.”
Ryerson employee infected with mumps.
Barry Avrich is giving back to Ryerson with his exclusive archives of original films, raw footage and extended interviews.
Picture yourself snacking on cookies and cake while talking about death. Sound interesting? Well, Ryerson aims to give you just that at its first-ever death café.
The Ryerson Rams men’s basketball team finished second place at the national championships this past weekend. But taking home silver is still seen as disappointing for the players and coaches. William Brown reports.
YouTuber and U of T student Josephine Mathias criticized Ryerson instructor Kelly Train in a video last week after Train rejected her sister’s proposal to write an essay on the wage gap being a “myth.”
“It can be hard to find life-long friends, but that is what we have here.”
Ryerson’s school of journalism cancelled all classes to host a day-long seminar about the future of journalism.
Dozens of students helped give out food, drinks and other charitable goods to the homeless.
Liberal MP visits Ryerson to promote national strategy for Alzheimer’s and dementia.
Happy St.Patrick’s Day! We asked Ryerson students how they show off their Irish spirit on St.Patrick’s Day. Hilarity ensues.
This week, Ryerson is one step closer to expanding to Brampton, the school of urban planning cancels trips to the U.S. due to Trump’s travel ban, and so much more.
“…you come here for the classes but you stay here for the community.”
Guests spoke to student journalists about privacy in a time of extreme surveillance.
Why what we say and how we say it is the reason for polarity in modern culture.
Gail Cohen, media director for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, discussed how the role of the journalist has changed in turbulent times.
This week, Ryerson University’s journalism school played host to a teach-in catered to its students.
Ryerson denied me access to a student conversation, and I still don’t know why.
‘We give up our power when we give up control of the narrative.’
“There are attacks on journalism right now and I think it’s important that an institution like this deals with journalism.” – Alina Ghosh, journalism student “I think … now more than ever, that we need to show how we get our stories and how we promote them.” – Swi Karoli, journalism student
For the first time ever, Ryerson’s school of journalism asked its students to attend a teach-in on the current threats facing journalists.
The city hasn’t provided enough leadership and funding to make it a sanctuary city, professor says.
Vice journalist Sarah Hagi told journalism students Tuesday how she confronted her online trolls “face-to-face” while wearing her hijab.
Psychology professor Diana Brecher led a discussion on resilience, grit and optimism.
“Our entire friendship [revolves] around food.”
Watch as three men’s volleyball starters answer ridiculous questions in the first episode of Pizza with Players.
Hold onto your Presto cards, GTA students, Ryerson may be coming to Brampton. Deb Matthews, minister of advanced education and skills development for the Ontario government, confirmed to the Toronto Star yesterday that Ryerson is interested in expanding its campus, in partnership with Sheridan College. Brampton is quickly growing in size and development, and a university might just be what the […]
Ryerson’s School of Journalism organized a teach-in Tuesday.