Post Tagged with: "Victoria Street"

IMG_4747 A homeless person's tent is set-up outside Tim Hortons on Victoria Street Oct. 16. (Photo by Maggie Macintosh)

‘Everybody needs a home’: Community members say Ryerson can help solve homelessness

Students walk around piles of cardboard boxes, blankets and a tent on the sidewalk on their way to the subway. Others, leaving the Tim Hortons on Victoria Street avoid eye contact as they mumble and nod thanks to Jason Serroul for holding the door.

The occasional passerby hands Serroul some quarters. Sometimes it’s a coffee. Sometimes a takeout container with leftover food.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Features
United Black Students at Ryerson vice-president Pascale Diverlus smiles as she sees the banner dropped Nov. 18, 2015. (Jordyn Gibson/Ryersonian Staff)

Students rally at Ryerson in support of Mizzou protests

Ryerson students rallied in support of the Missouri university protests.

Ryerson’s yellow roads seemed doomed from the start. (Ryersonian file photo)

Fool’s Gould: city to pay

  Ryerson quietly announced Friday that the city will be repaving the $195,000 paint jobs on Gould and Victoria Streets. “The paint job didn’t come out well,” Ryerson president Sheldon Levy said candidly on Monday. “There was a lot of good criticism of spending money on it. So rather than us spending (the) money…we wanted the city just to put […]

by David Chen· · News, On Campus, Top stories
UPDATE: Road river is a campus map

UPDATE: Road river is a campus map

Students will soon be able to follow the yellow and blue road if they’re lost. In addition to painting a river on Gould and Victoria Streets, the master design also calls for the names of campus buildings and spaces to be incorporated onto the road. Workers on site have begun spray-painting names on top of the smaller streams that diverge […]

by Kim Brown· · News, On Campus
Repainting campus roads began this week to the tune of $170,000.

UPDATED: Goodbye, yellow brick road

Ryerson is investing more green into that yellow road–a lot more green. $170,000 to be exact. This summer, the university spent $25,000 to coat Gould and Victoria Streets in blue and yellow. But the streets, already chipped and faded, were professionally cleaned last Friday in preparation for a the new paint job that began today. The original paint job was done […]

by Kim Brown· · News, On Campus
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