Two full days of the AGM are dedicated to constituency meetings, ranging from racialised students and queer students, to students with disabilities. While the organization aims to be inclusive of marginalized communities, the space that it provides is far from that
To take a history minor, I would have had to take a more research-based course, which didn’t interest me. Why would I pay hundreds of dollars for a class like that when I could use that money to take something else?
“I don’t want my identity to be my work, having a creative outlet is important for that reason”
Hate speech is spreading, death threats are being sent and fake posts are impersonating members of our community. The aim might be to share stories honestly and confess openly, but when your creation becomes hurtful, maybe it’s time to call it quits
Sometimes publications forget that we are able to make these calls. Our call is to say anti-choice
Specifically for journalism, equity training can help give the most basic understanding to really dense issues—but this goes for the people in the newsroom and outside the newsroom as well
Welcome to The Eyersonian. If you’ve picked up this year’s parody issue, you’ve probably noticed that it looks suspiciously like the Ryersonian
It’s almost been one full year since the disappointment that was 6 Fest and we’re still waiting for that report