David Quane, star of Ryerson’s swim team, hopes his performance at the CIAU finals next weekend will propel him to his Olympic dream.
Ryerson’s women’s volleyball team were facing the Lakehead Thunderwolves in a match they needed to win to secure a playoff berth.
The two clutch wins over division foes York Yeomen and Laurentian Voyageurs vaults Ryerson into second place in the OUA Mid West division. They are two points ahead of Laurentian. One of the three teams will not make the playoffs.
An Eyeopener article sparked a fiery anger in the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team that Ryerson couldn’t extinguish Friday night, halting the Rams’ 17-game winning streak.
The first issue, entitled MY2K Martini 2000, hit the Net Jan. 30 and includes an array of drink and food recipes, music and movie reviews, a look at the evolution of alcohol’s place in society, sex tips from the “Lounge Lizard” and even advice on how to throw a successful cocktail party.
First-year image arts students are getting ready to display their talents to the public in several upcoming exhibitions.
Brink graduated from Ryerson’s film program in 1995. During his first year at Ryerson he realized the film industry was not for him. “I didn’t want to be a filmmaker in a cigarette-smoking, donut-eating culture,” he says. After graduating, he went to teacher’s college at Nipissing University in North Bay to study junior and intermediate English.
The president of the Ontario Black History Society (OBHS) is scouring the city for a building to house an African-Canadian History/Underground Railroad Museum.