Celebrating NHL 100 with top hockey moments

(By: Stephanie Liu and Sarah Do Couto) The National Hockey League (NHL) is celebrating their 100-year anniversary in 2017. The league has reflected on its history through a series of centennial-themed events happening since January, with Wayne Gretzky serving as their official ambassador. The NHL will conclude its centennial celebration on Dec. 19 in Ottawa, where the first ever NHL game was played in 1917. … Continue reading Celebrating NHL 100 with top hockey moments

Toronto #MeToo march gives voice to survivors

In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, powerful men continue to be outed as predators and the #MeToo hashtag has gone viral. Toronto’s #MeToo March, organized by Alathea Milne-Hines, Klara Margaret and Jessica Parker Kitney, was designed to bring the online movement to the streets. Hundreds showed up on December 2 to protest the pervasive nature of sexual misconduct and ensure that all survivors … Continue reading Toronto #MeToo march gives voice to survivors

Six can’t miss concerts in December

(By: Krizia Ramos) The semester is finally wrapping up, which means that there will soon be a long break from school. The weather might be cold, and snow is about to come, but don’t let that stop the joys of the holiday season. Get your wish list ready and check out these six concerts this December. iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Saturday, Dec. 9 Air Canada Centre … Continue reading Six can’t miss concerts in December

Toronto’s first ever inverted Christmas tree lit up

(By: Jonathan Bradley) The first ever inverted Christmas tree in Toronto was lit up last week at QRC West to bring the old and new together, said the chief operating officer of the restaurant who put it up. Chris Glaessel, who has been with Ricarda’s restaurant for eight months, said that the design of the office tower – an old-fashioned brick building and modern atrium – … Continue reading Toronto’s first ever inverted Christmas tree lit up

10 songs to get you into the Christmas spirit

(By: Joey Roselli) We’ve officially entered one of the best months of the year: December. The lights, the snow, the trees, the wood-burning fire, the sweet treats, the hot cocoa, the carolling – it all puts everyone in a jolly mood. If you’re incapable of feeling cheery and getting in the Christmas spirit, turn on the radio and look out for the top 10 songs … Continue reading 10 songs to get you into the Christmas spirit

Six city and campus events to catch in December

(By: Sherina Harris) What do holiday crafts, light displays and dinosaurs have in common? They’re all related to events you can attend this month at Ryerson and in Toronto. ‘Tis the season for holiday fun, so step away from your cue cards and study notes for a while and enjoy the best of what your school and city have to offer. Here’s a roundup of … Continue reading Six city and campus events to catch in December

REVIEW: Dua Lipa’s Self-Titled Tour in Toronto

(By: Melissa Bennardo) For those of you who haven’t heard of Dua Lipa yet, she is definitely the one to listen to right now. You may have heard her featured in Martin Garrix’s hit song, “Scared to be Lonely,” but “New Rules” is how she really started climbing the Billboard charts. The song peaked at number 19 this week on Billboard’s Hot 100 list. But … Continue reading REVIEW: Dua Lipa’s Self-Titled Tour in Toronto