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How to report the facts when sources ask for privacy?

For an industry that serves as an influential channel of information, journalism still needs to tighten its laces and make vigorous strides when it comes to stories that focus on marginalized groups.

by Alannah Kavanagh· · Editorial
CIS basketball needs Toronto for it to grow. (Iram Partap/Ryersonian Staff)

Toronto needs to get behind CIS Final 8 for tournament to reach next level

Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) basketball isn’t the NCAA. The CIS Final 8 is not March Madness. It also doesn’t have to be. The tournament may never reach the lofty heights in revenue and viewership of its U.S. counterpart. But the Final 8 took a big step this year, to get where it can. It took place in Toronto, something that […]

VIDEO: RSU candidate Obaid Ullah talks about being a victim of Islamophobia

VIDEO: RSU candidate Obaid Ullah talks about being a victim of Islamophobia

Transfrom RU’s vice-president of operations candidate Obaid Ullah is upset after two of his campaign posters  were vandalized with Islamophobic slurs last week. One of the posters, with  “ISIS 4 LIFE,” scrawled across it,  was found in the Rogers Communications Centre. A more offensive message, reading “FUCK MUSLIMS” appeared on a poster  in Kerr Hall. On that poster, Ullah’s face was crossed out.  Someone alerted Ullah […]

by Aaron Navarro· · News, On Campus, RyersonianTV, Videos, Webcasts
In The Post: Episode One – Dan the Man(ager)

In The Post: Episode One – Dan the Man(ager)

(Produced by Beza Getachew and Aaron Navarro)On this week’s episode, we speak with the general manager of the Mattamy Athletic Centre–the venue for the CIS Final 8 tournament. More in the Post: Episode two: Setting the Stage Episode three: Going Graphic

by Ryersonian Staff· · Basketball, Sports, Top stories, Videos
Dealing with homegrown terrorism

Dealing with homegrown terrorism

Canadian Muslims from the Ottawa al-Mahdi centre shared condolences at the National War Memorial last Saturday, where military reservist Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, was shot to death. The shooter, a recent Muslim convert, was named Michael Zehaf-Bibeau. This was the second deadly attack in the week involving a Muslim convert and Canadian soldiers. The term homegrown terrorism is fairly new to […]

by Sameera Raja· · Editorial, Editorial Cartoon, Opinion
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