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Crunching into edible insects

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People have been eating insects for thousands of years, but it’s been somewhat taboo in Canada. Now, some companies are trying to bring them into the limelight, and they taste pretty damn good

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Review: Ryerson Dances 2017

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In the 2017 edition of the Ryerson performance dance program’s annual show, Dances invites four choreographers to give their points of view on contemporary dance, some tremendously successful and others struggling to figure out what that means

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Our Editor-in-Chief says bye, forever

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Trying to describe the strange magic of The Eyeopener to someone who’s never experienced it is complicated, but these are the last words I’ll ever write for these pages, so now seems like the best time to try

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Are minors worth it?

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Ryerson currently offers 55 minor programs, and now computer science and communication design is added to that list—but are minors are worth it?

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Run, Albert, Run

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Ryerson coach Albert Dell’Apa was an elite runner. Now he’s guiding the next generation of track and field athletes

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