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OPINION: Ridiculous prices, awkward photos.

OPINION: Ridiculous prices, awkward photos.

Graduation. A jolly good time for your family to cry a little and take all the credit for raising such a brilliant child, a child who is now roughly 40 thousand dollars in debt. As convocation day creeps up, e-mails will start coming in reminding you to book your graduation photos. Remember in high school, when you wore your favourite […]

by Zeinab Saidoun· · Opinion
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VOICES: My uncomfortable curves

I was a few months shy of my 16th birthday when I first realized something could be wrong with me.

by Olivia Zollino· · Opinion, Voices
VOICES: My full-time struggle

VOICES: My full-time struggle

Once I graduate I’ll wave my $40,000 degree in my hand and find some career I’ll enjoy, I’d tell myself. Getting even that far has been tough.

by Natasha Hermann· · Opinion, Voices
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Toronto’s Jewish community reacts to Toronto Star report on former Ryerson TA

Local Jewish community members have mixed responses to efforts by a former Ryerson teaching assistant to share his story after he was fired by the university for alleged anti-semitic remarks.

by Ryersonian Staff· · News
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Food hacks: how to elevate cruddy college food

You don’t need to be Guy Fieri to take your tastebuds to Flavour Town.

by Michelle McNally· · Arts & Life, Food
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