The results are in. Behold, your Winter 2015 masthead
Xbox One had a promotional event today at Dundas Square. The company is set to release the console on Friday along with a few exclusive games. Our incoming media editor, Behdad Mahichi, checked it out. He found Roman fighters and a medieval feast — Xbox One’s exclusive game Ryse: Son of Rome.
This week, it was time for our media editor, Susana Gómez Báez, to cook up something delicious. Using just plantains, she made two easy Spanish recipes — crunchy plantain chips and chunky tostones. Both are a healthier alternative to regular chips, and you can customize them to taste. Like salty chips? Add salt. Like spicy chips?…
Ryerson journalism alumnus and former Eyeopener editor-in-chief Robyn Doolittle is at the centre of one of the largest stories in Toronto’s history. Features editor Sean Wetselaar got the details of her life, Ford and the future
It’s facial hair month! I mean, November — the time of year that men across the world grow moustaches to raise funds for prostate cancer research. In tribute of Movember, Behdad Mahichi went around Ryerson asking female students if they found hairy faces attractive. What do you think?
This week, online editor Lindsay Boeckl and features editor Sean Wetselaar teach you how to make whisky sours.
While TIFF has graced campus for more than a decade, The Eyeopener has seldomely received media access to the event
For this week’s drink we made the Jafri, a drink invented by a viewer.