Post Tagged with: "thanksgiving"

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
The RSU's orientation week concert featuring French Montana was a preview for 6Fest (Josephine Tse).

6 Fest date change causes turkey day weekend woes

6 Fest ticket holders may have to choose between the concert and Thanksgiving dinner after the Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) changed the dates of the event. The highly publicized two-day concert was moved from Sept. 23/24 to Oct. 9/10 in order to “better accommodate artist availability,” said Natasha Campagna, the RSU’s general manager. “Someone who originally (was) confirmed to perform […]

by Kayla Kuefler· · Music, News
Students get well deserved break (most of them anyways)

Students get well deserved break (most of them anyways)

Is reading week a good idea? Ryerson has had a break for four years. Some schools still don’t

by Melinna Miranda· · Arts & Life, education
Gould Street is a little more colourful this month, now that the trees have begun to turn gold. (Laura Lehman/Ryersonian Staff)

Fall colours arrive on Ryerson’s campus

It’s Thanksgiving weekend and the fall season is officially here. Around Ryerson, the leaves are beginning to change and the weather is getting chilly. As we head into reading week, The Ryersonian offers a glimpse of autumn on campus.              

by Laura Lehman· · Features