Exam Studying, One Coffee Shop at a Time

(By: Hilary Punchard) The Student Learning Centre is a great space for studying between classes; however, when it comes to exams, it’s not always the quiet environment that you need. Coffee shops have a great atmosphere that allows you to finish exam prep while enjoying a cup of something sweet. We composed the perfect week of study spaces for you and your notes.  Monday: Dufflet Pastries Location: … Continue reading Exam Studying, One Coffee Shop at a Time

Fashion students showcase final projects at Mass Exodus 2017

(By: Miriam Valdes-Carletti and Brendan Sylvia) The 29th annual Mass Exodus premiered off campus this year, giving the show a new, distinct feel. In one room, models strutted down the runway while in the other, unique exhibits tackled various issues within the fashion industry. Visit the Mass Exodus exhibit in 360 via RUtv News VR Continue reading Fashion students showcase final projects at Mass Exodus 2017

Creative Industries’ “Showcase” proves art is food for the soul

(By: Andrea Josic) A showcase filled with art by Ryerson’s Creative Industries students was more than a display of a hobby outside of their program. It was a display of human emotional expression. Creative Industries is a program for students who want to pursue an entrepreneurial career in the business side of media, entertainment, design or visual arts. The program is lecture-heavy and there is … Continue reading Creative Industries’ “Showcase” proves art is food for the soul

FCAD’s first collaborative anthology: Kaleidoscope

(By: Yusra Javed, Sarah Chew and Sherina Harris) All nine schools in the Faculty of Communication and Design, now have student works in Kaleidoscope, a curated publication showcasing FCAD students. Kaleidoscope recently celebrated it’s very first launch. Reporter Yusra Javed was on site for the celebration. Continue reading FCAD’s first collaborative anthology: Kaleidoscope

Gigi Gorgeous & Scott Fisher Interview for “This is Everything”

(By: Nathan Sing and Miriam Valdes-Carletti) Nathan Sing sat down for an exclusive interview with YouTube celebrity and LGBTQ+ activist Gigi Gorgeous and her manager Scott Fisher backstage at the 2017 Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in Toronto, Ontario! The trio discussed life, her transformation, and the feature length YouTube Red documentary “This is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous” directed by two-time Academy Award winner Barbara … Continue reading Gigi Gorgeous & Scott Fisher Interview for “This is Everything”

The RUsh – Season 1, Episode 2

On this episode of The RUsh, hosts Kate Skelly and Nathan Sing talk to people who are involved with the Ryerson Musical Theatre Company’s production of The Drowsy Chaperone. In the interview segment, Sing talks to the director, stage managers as well as the hair and makeup person to find out more about their rehearsal process and what takes place behind the scenes. For the … Continue reading The RUsh – Season 1, Episode 2

Torontonians say goodbye to Honest Ed’s

(By: Hilary Punchard) If you’ve lived in Toronto then there are a few iconic stores that always come to mind – Sam the Record Man, Fran’s Restaurant and, of course, Honest Ed’s. This historic store has been a part of Toronto’s history since 1948. It was opened by Ed and Anne Mirvish, first as a women’s clothing store in 1943, only to become Honest Ed’s … Continue reading Torontonians say goodbye to Honest Ed’s

Five must-see plays and musicals in February

(By:  Sherina Harris) Being a student in downtown Toronto, there is no shortage of things to do on a night off from studying; skating at Nathan Phillips Square, shopping at the Eaton Centre, checking out the lights at the Distillery District. The problem isn’t finding one fun thing to do — it’s narrowing down your list to only one thing. If you’re into theatre, here … Continue reading Five must-see plays and musicals in February