Interview: Wes Mack on new music, new movies and new approaches

(By: Angela McLean) Wes Mack is a jack of all trades. The Alberta-born, B.C.-living singer and songwriter, who just released his latest single “Never Have I Ever” with Canadian duo Sons of Daughters, skyrocketed to country fame after scoring an opening slot on Shania Twain’s Rock This Country tour in 2015. Night after night, he crashed Twain’s set and jammed out with his fellow Canadian … Continue reading Interview: Wes Mack on new music, new movies and new approaches

Robertson comes up big, but Rams fall to Canada-best Rouge et Or in U Sports Final 8 quarterfinal

(By: Matthew Rodrigopulle) Ryerson Rams guard Hayley Robertson had the home crowd buzzing during an impressive fourth quarter, but it wasn’t enough to secure a victory. Robertson scored 16 points, two assists and two rebounds despite the Rams women’s basketball team’s 73-51 loss to the Laval Rouge et Or in the U Sports Final 8 quarterfinal tilt on Thursday. “She’s just a competitor and I … Continue reading Robertson comes up big, but Rams fall to Canada-best Rouge et Or in U Sports Final 8 quarterfinal

Review: Greyson Chance was “Good as Gold” in Toronto

(By: Angela McLean) Greyson Chance has all the makings of a star – an extensive discography, refined sound, creative vision, and dedication to his craft. This weekend (March 2 and 3) at The Drake Underground in Toronto, Chance rounded out his star talents by proving his live show is worth the watch. “Last year I was in college and now I’m out here playing shows … Continue reading Review: Greyson Chance was “Good as Gold” in Toronto

Six concerts in Toronto worth a night off this March

(By: Angela McLean) Spring is finally set to arrive this month and we’re ready to start adding fun, upbeat tunes back to our playlists—anything to help us forget the bitter cold winter. Thankfully, the artists set to bless Toronto with their presence this March boast discographies with many light and groovy tracks we can’t wait to shout the words to in person. Make it a … Continue reading Six concerts in Toronto worth a night off this March

Rams end season with 1-0 loss to Gryphons

By: Matthew Rodrigopulle The crowd roared as Ryerson goaltender Fanny Vigeant made a tremendous third period save during a 5-on-3 penalty kill. But it wouldn’t be enough for the Rams in a must-win game. The Ryerson Rams women’s hockey team fought hard but ultimately suffered a 1-0 loss to the Guelph Gryphons in Game Two of the McCaw Cup semifinals on Friday, putting an end … Continue reading Rams end season with 1-0 loss to Gryphons

Cassidy Mackenzie

Interview: Cassidy Mackenzie makes her smash debut with “Wish”

(By: Angela McLean) We have a new artist for you to add to your radar – Vancouver-born songstress Cassidy Mackenzie. Releasing her debut single “Wish” today (Feb. 22), Mackenzie is already a star in the making, boasting a unique sound that blends together pop, electronic and R&B influences. The result is high-energy, radio-ready tracks that touch on love, loss and lust. If you like what … Continue reading Interview: Cassidy Mackenzie makes her smash debut with “Wish”

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Six concerts in Toronto this February to fill your heart

(By: Angela McLean) February is the unofficial official month of love. In the spirit of the 14th, stores stock up with cards and jumbo teddy bears, love songs re-emerge on the charts, and PDA becomes inescapable. If you’re still in need of a Valentine’s Day gift for your bae (or yourself), there’s plenty of concerts coming up that you’re sure to love. Fall in love … Continue reading Six concerts in Toronto this February to fill your heart