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My grandmother, Alzheimer’s and coming out

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It’s difficult, having to come out to your family over and over again. Though the moment, in its infinite repetition, has lost its gravity, the experience remains both daunting and pristine. I sometimes wish I’d told her sooner, but regret is useless and breeds distress

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Grumbo.io helps students get cheap food

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Imagine if there was a way to get food at restaurants across campus at almost unreal discounts. Grumbo.io is an online, subscription-based website that allows students who sign up to receive food deals in their email, offering up to 80 per cent off a certain dish at restaurants

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Love, Sex & Play Editorial: Love like theirs

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Eat toast with the people you love. Give them an accidental black eye in the kitchen and then serve a beautiful dinner to your family. Keep the pants you wore when you saw the person you were going to spend the rest of your life with. Because it’s fun. It’s love. And those pants were pretty sexy

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Editorial: What can I even say?

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Freedom of speech is important to everyone. And while his hateful rhetoric and lies are within the boundaries of the law, they should be able to take criticism from others. Otherwise, they’re no better than internet trolls. If you are speaking in the name of freedom of speech, you need to make sure that you’re speaking the truth and can be held accountable

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Editorial: Find your place

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Before I started at Ryerson, my mom told me I needed to try this little hole-in-the-wall deli near campus. I walked in, sat in an aged booth with cushions that were falling off the seats, and had a coffee. And another. And a corn beef sandwich. Then I was hooked for the next four years

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Let’s do better—CFS Annual General Meeting 2017

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Two full days of the AGM are dedicated to constituency meetings, ranging from racialised students and queer students, to students with disabilities. While the organization aims to be inclusive of marginalized communities, the space that it provides is far from that

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Why I don’t believe in minors

In Editorial, Opinion /

To take a history minor, I would have had to take a more research-based course, which didn’t interest me. Why would I pay hundreds of dollars for a class like that when I could use that money to take something else?

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The science behind kink

In Features, Love & Sex /

One common question people both inside and outside the kink community have raised is why some people are kinky and others are not—and the reasoning behind that is complex. It’s a blend of biological, psychological and sociological factors

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Briefs and Groaners

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Every week, The Eyeopener meets with Ryerson security and gets the low-down on what’s been happening on campus. Here are some notable, and often unfortunate, entries

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