Marsh lures NCAA players

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The Rams’ assistant-coach and tireless recruiter Bob Marsh says he has already courted three players he expects to be starters on next year’s team, two of whom come from the NCAA’s division one in the U.S., the highest level of collegiate basketball in the world.

RTA grad Scores producing job

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It’s a fitting job for Spear, a sports fanatic himself. He sits on the edge of his seat as he notices the Bonnies take the lead. But the Wildcats come back to tie and take the game into overtime. St. Bonaventure has five more minutes to pull off the upset.

New show is an emotional roller coaster

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Jeff Henderson looks around a room on the third floor of the Ryerson theatre school. The second-year theatre student’s eyes show signs of fatigue—he’s spent the past three weeks in rehearsal for his role of Azdak the judge in The Caucasian Chalk Circle. Henderson fixes his gaze on director John Van Burek, who is explaining the meaning of the play the second-year theatre students will perform.

Architecture—Latin style

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If third-year architecture students had their way, the latest hot spot for so hip-they-hurt Ryerson students wouldn’t be another boring engineering building. It would be a Cuban-Latino Jazz club called Mazucamba in Toronto’s haughty Yorkville district.

RIOT celebrates 50 years of laughs

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To mark RIOT’s 50th anniversary, the cast and crew of RIOT 2000 held a preview show Monday night that gave alumni a trip down memory lane. The free show featured a nine-member cast in skits ranging from the adventures of two cats and catnip to a discussion about tube meat and vaginal secretion. Laced with video footage, lights and music, the show was eye candy for the audience.