As a former soldier in the Canadian army, I find this fetishization of guns disgusting. I served in the Toronto Scottish Regiment for seven years. If there is one lesson I have learnt from my time in the forces, it’s that a gun is something you prove yourself worthy to be trusted with. A gun is not a toy. Its sole purpose in life is to end yours. You do not have a right to own a gun.
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Linh Nguyen, an economics student at Ryerson and the deputy politics/digital director of Bernie Sanders’s Illinois primary race, caught up with the Ryersonian just in time for Sanders’s win in the New Hampshire primary.
A former Green party candidate and Ryerson student heads south to help a politician become president.
So you’re thinking about moving to the United States, eh? Perhaps it’s for an internship or to launch your career right after graduation. It’s no secret that many young Canadian media and performance professionals cross the border to get experience. Industry capitals New York and Los Angeles attract dozens of students from Ryerson every year. But what is it really […]
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