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

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

Steve Aoki launches new clothing line at CF Toronto Eaton Centre

(By: Angela McLean) American DJ Steve Aoki is expanding his resume with a new luxury fashion collection that launched at Saks Fifth Avenue in Toronto this week. Aoki is well-known internationally for his electro house beats, hit collaborations with artists like Louis Tomlinson, Lil Yachty and Lauren Jauregui, and wild sets that typically involve a cake toss or two. The star’s interest in fashion has … Continue reading Steve Aoki launches new clothing line at CF Toronto Eaton Centre

Ryerson holds screening of ‘The Stairs’

(By: Emma Buchanan) A documentary about the complex lives of sex workers and drug users in Toronto was shown in the image arts building last week (Nov. 13.) The Stairs screened at 6:30 p.m., followed by a Q&A with the film’s director, Hugh Gibson, and two of the film’s subjects. The award-winning film, which premiered at TIFF last year, featured the different faces of Toronto’s … Continue reading Ryerson holds screening of ‘The Stairs’

Five student-budget-friendly date destinations

(By: Brent Smyth) Living in Toronto is expensive enough as it is. Showing your loved one how much you care can be pricey, unless you know where to look. Check out these top five places to go for a great date on a student budget. 1. Art Gallery of Ontario Keep it budget friendly: Admission is free every Wednesday from 6 to 9 p.m. Located … Continue reading Five student-budget-friendly date destinations

Six city and campus events to catch in November

(By: Sherina Harris) There’s a chill in the air and an exam schedule looming and that can only mean one thing: it’s November. November can be kind of an “in-between” month between Halloween and holiday festivities, but fear not – there are tons of cool events to check out this month, both on campus and in the city. Read on to find out how to … Continue reading Six city and campus events to catch in November

Five spooky attractions to visit in Toronto this Halloween

(By: Alexx Bryant) You may have finally decided what you’re going to be for Halloween, but what are you going to do? No need to worry! RUtv News has selected the top five things to do this Halloween season in the city. Go on and spook yourself! Legends of Horror at Casa Loma September 29 – October 31 For the past several years, Casa Loma … Continue reading Five spooky attractions to visit in Toronto this Halloween