Eye on Rye: March 21-March 25

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Ongoing Events
  • EnCHoreo: March 21 to March 24—More student works from everyone’s favourite dance program (Ryerson’s.) Check out  McAllister Studio – Ryerson Theatre School, 7 p.m., $10.

Tuesday, March 22

  • Women in the Field: Changing the Face of Journalism—The Journalism Course Union offers the opportunity to hear top journalists like Jan Wong and Anna Maria Tremonti speak about the changing role of women in journalism. Most of the panels are free, but there is a $10 Meet the Mentor lunch, at which Wong will be speaking. Unfortunately, tickets to the lunch are no longer being sold, but admittance to the other panels is free. RCC, 9 a.m.
  • Tri-Mentoring Recognition Ceremony—The Tri-Mentoring program celebrate their accomplishments over the last year. There are sure to be free refreshments and all sorts of warm, fuzzy moments. POD 250, 5 p.m.
  • James Bartleman and Drew Hayden Taylor: RASS Role Model Series—Aboriginal author’s James Bartleman and Drew Hayden Taylor are coming to Ryerson. Come out to hear them speak, read, and answer questions. The Engineering Building Atrium, 5 p.m.

Wednesday, March 23

  • Women in Information Technology Management (WITM) Networking Night—Dress nice, find your business cards and come out to meet successful women working in IT. More information on registration can be found on the WITM websiteTed Rogers School Of Management: Cara Commons [1-148], 5:30 p.m.
  • Sex-iligon—This cleverly panel discussion will look at explore how sex is viewed by the three dominate religions. Oakham Lounge, 3 p.m.

Thursday, March 24

  • Dirty Bingo—Here’s a chance to fill that void in your lube stash! Ram in the Rye, 7 p.m.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Ryerson—If you can’t look at yourself after watching Toddlers & Tiaras, this fundraiser is a great way to get your pageant fix. Our Biz and Tech editor and current Mr. Ryerson Ian Vandaelle will be crowning the new winners. Ram in the Rye, 9 p.m.

Get in touch with community editor Allyssia Alleyne on Twitter at @AllyssiaAlleyne or @TheEyeopener if you want your event covered or want to chat about your Ryerson community. She can also be reached via email at communities@theeyeopener.com

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Photo by Marta Iwanek


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