Wet’suwet’en land defender and daughter of a hereditary chief, Eve Saint, said it’s more important now than ever before for students to learn about the harsh realities of the conditions at the protest sites
Queer narratives can often be pushed to the fringes when commemorating Black, Indigenous and People of Colour’s (BIPOC) history. At Ryerson’s Racialised Students’ Collective (RSC), students are shining light on the intersections of Black and queer identity by “queering” Black history month
The Ryerson Food Council’s “Food on Campus” survey has found that 93 per cent of student participants feel there needs to be more healthy and affordable food options on campus
Like many of you, I walked through the doors of the gym in Kerr Hall this September to attend a mandatory first-year orientation session. That was almost exactly two months after I had been raped during the NBA finals. While many students were lining up at Muji to purchase school supplies and fondly reminiscing about our victory, I was waiting for that fateful phone call from a detective informing me that my rapist had been arrested
Ryerson’s new acapella group, On That Note (OTN), is aiming to create an inclusive space for women and non-binary people who love music.
When a date asks me what I do, and I tell them I write about Black women, suddenly there are no more questions
In honour of Black History Month, Black Talk is part of a series of events called #BlackOnRes being organized by a group of Black Housing and Residence Life employees in Pitman Hall
Bell Canada is facing criticism for their phone contract with Canadian prisons that limits prisoners’ communications with the outside world