Skin tone bias within the black community has been around since slavery, but a university study shows stereotypes based on skin tone still exist. One dark-skinned Toronto student tells what it’s like to live in the shadows of her lighter-skinned counterparts.
The Toronto Church of Christ is stepping up its recruiting on campus this fall, and RyeSAC doesn’t like it.
Thongs, kilts, speedos and blue hair. Those are just some of the styles business students donned this past Thursday in the quad for Ryerson’s Undergraduate Business Games team tryouts. Competing for a spot on the eccentric 36-member team is a test not only of ability, but of school spirit.
Students hoping to pick up some reading material in the campus library this year may find themselves waiting in a long line.
Ryerson professor Mario Estable moved to Toronto last year with his daughter to start a new life. This week, he talks to The Eyeopener about life as a single parent and the challenges he faces trying to raise a child and establish his career at the same time.
Although Adair’s hope of playing the hottest summer films to a packed Oakham House of students salivating for a pre-DVD look at the hits hasn’t materialized yet, things are looking up.
Pulp and paper has more weight with book publishers and avid readers than microchips and man-made machines.
While Ryerson makes changes to save costs in food services, prices at Ryerson cafeterias are still on the rise. Jonathan Spicer looks at the issue and finds that the numbers just don’t add up.