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Fifty-six minutes into the game, Team Canada’s women’s hockey team didn’t seem to stand a chance against Team U.S.A. Lisa Haley, the team’s assistant coach, was there for it all: the score that broke the tie, the deafening cheers as the tables turned and the goal that won the gold medal for Canada. “Trying to find the right adjective is […]
Right on Ryerson campus, a pride house was built for students and others who want to enjoy the olympics. It was organized by Pride House T.O in the hopes of creating an open and inviting outdoor place to watch the winter games. Every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday evening during the Olypmics, it becomes filled with heat lamps, cozy blankets and […]
By Hania Ahmed [View the story “Hockey Biggest Sport at 2014 Olympics: Ryerson Students” on Storify]
Students can now stay updated with the ongoing Olympic medal counts, through a website created by the Ryerson library. On Monday, the Ryerson University Library & Archives launched Olympic Watch, a website that combines statistical data about competing countries along with their Olympic medal standings. Daniel Jakubek, a geographic information system and map librarian at Ryerson, said the site’s purpose […]
Despite having left the country for two weeks, a journalism instructor said his students will still get the full learning experience in his course. Mark Bulgutch, instructor for a TV reporting course, informed students that he would be away in Sochi, Russia, to cover the Winter Olympic Games for most of February. But some students worry that the Skype calls […]
This cartoon was first published in The Ryersonian, a weekly newspaper produced by the Ryerson School of Journalism, on February 12, 2014.
We bring you a weekly wrap-up of Canadian news produced by senior students in the School of Journalism in Toronto, Canada. It features weekly news from ryersonian.ca, and from the Canadian University Press. Here are the stories mentioned in this week’s podcast: Student stressors – Graduation Rob Ford and the pride flag First Canadian gold medal at the Sochi […]
Ryan McKenna knew he wanted to be a sports broadcaster since his days in elementary school. A decade later, this dream is becoming a reality. McKenna, a third-year journalism student and Ryerson Rams broadcaster from Central Bedeque, P.E.I., is heading to Sochi in March to cover sledge hockey at the Winter Paralympic Games for the International Paralympics Committee (IPC). “I’ve […]