Shoe fetishes are nothing new. Think sky-high stilettos, spiked heels and leather laces. A millennium ago in China, tiny feet resembling the “golden lotus” were all the rage. The shoe may have changed, but the ideas behind footwear hasn’t and shoes have always been a significant symbol in society.
In the second instalment of the almost famous five-part series on trying out for Ryerson varsity teams, sports editor Adam Button dives in the pool with Ryerson’s fastest fish.
Dragged by debt, Ryerson students struggle to pay off hundreds of dollars in credit card purchases.
In a country whose women are not expected to fight back, Maya Roy has caused quite a stir. Not many would think the slim Ryerson student had it in her, but Roy never doubted her abilities to fight back, especially when it counted the most.
Last Sept. 11, most of us were concerned about one thing and one thing only. Author Salman Rushdie, however, had something else on his mind.
An Image Arts instructor who last week was afraid of being fired because of his art, now says that freedom of speech and artistic integrity remain intact on Ryerson campus.
Women have masturbated for centuries. Ab Velasco reports that it’s talked about more now, but what can you call it? Slang for the word has still not risen to the heights of male masturbation.
Perhaps the definition is unclear. Or maybe feel there’s no cause for a fight. If women are still passionate about women’s issues, then why are so many afraid to use the word to describe themselves? Sheila Nykwist explores how the once united women’s movement has dispersed and his it’s diversifies to suit its members.