Meet Ryerson’s new student hotspot: Yonge Street Warehouse

Already a hotspot for cheap eats and drinks on Bloor St. W. near Little Italy and Queen St. W., the popular Warehouse chain is expanding to Yonge Street, just steps away from Ryerson’s Student Learning Centre. Reporter Aaraniy Baskaran takes you behind the scenes of the new Yonge Street Warehouse with general manager Archie Alleyne. (Header photo: Nicole Petersson/RUtv News) Continue reading Meet Ryerson’s new student hotspot: Yonge Street Warehouse

New pizza restaurant open near campus

(By: Jonathan Bradley) Hungry Ryerson students looking for cheap meals now have one more option to add to their list. Pizza chain Pi Co. opened its third location this Tuesday on University Avenue and Adelaide Street West, less than 20 minutes away from campus. To celebrate their grand opening, Pi Co. gave out free margherita pizza for three hours and 14 minutes – a reference to the … Continue reading New pizza restaurant open near campus

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

Eric Chong’s restaurant R&D is a culinary star in Toronto’s Chinatown

(By: Hilary Punchard) R&D is a modern Canadian Asian styled restaurant located in the heart of Toronto’s Chinatown. The name of the restaurant stands for the Rebel and the Demon, after the two masterminds who opened the restaurant. Eric Chong is named the Rebel, after becoming the first winner of MasterChef Canada. At 22, Chong changed careers from chemical engineering to compete as a chef … Continue reading Eric Chong’s restaurant R&D is a culinary star in Toronto’s Chinatown

15 Things To Do During Thanksgiving Weekend in Toronto

(By: Isabelle Kirkwood) I’ll be spending my second Thanksgiving away from home this year, and I know I’m not alone. But fear not, Thanksgiving solo-ers! There is a host of activities to do all over the city throughout the weekend you can take part in with a significant other, a group of friends or even on your own. 6 FEST How can I not mention … Continue reading 15 Things To Do During Thanksgiving Weekend in Toronto