Six city and campus events to catch in February

(By: Subi Anandarajah) With assignments piling up and midterms approaching, February can be a stressful month for students. It’s time to take a break and mark your calendars. Good times lie ahead at Ryerson and in Toronto, starting with our pick of six events you won’t want to miss this month. 2018 Winter Olympics at the SLC Eager for a chance to show your Canadian … Continue reading Six city and campus events to catch in February

Previewing 2018’s movie releases with Cineplex preshow host Tanner Zipchen

Reporter Tait McGregor sat down with Cineplex pre-show entertainment host Tanner “Zee” Zipchen to find out what to watch at the movies now and what will be worth seeing in 2018. Continue reading Previewing 2018’s movie releases with Cineplex preshow host Tanner Zipchen

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

Review: National Ballet of Canada’s Cinderella proves Prince Charmings still exist

(By: Hilary Punchard) The National Ballet of Canada’s production of Cinderella was a success, their performances exceeding the long awaited hype. Cinderella is a Disney classic, setting a high standard for the performance. Some people who attended the show dressed in typical black dresses with their pashminas, while others dressed in pink tutus and tiaras like their favourite princess Cinderella. Not only was it a classic that … Continue reading Review: National Ballet of Canada’s Cinderella proves Prince Charmings still exist