Indie film super star Yustin Yandler gives you the low down on how to make 2017 your best year yet!
The Ryerson Students’ Union board of directors meeting on Dec. 19 settled some of the issues that were pushed from the Semi-Annual General Meeting on Nov. 29
There is also currently no set deadline for a framework reform after the two-year rollover
Justin Trudeau invited a crowd to join him in a candle light vigil to mourn the loss of his epic bromance with the President of the United States
The poet who recently moved to Toronto will represent Ryerson PoEx at the Women of the World Poetry Slam (WOWPS) in Dallas, Texas
The Ryerson Students’ Union is in a deficit of about $812,000 according to the union’s audited financial statements
Unlike York and U of T, Ryerson’s library and Student Learning Centre (SLC) will not be open 24 hours during exam season
Residence Council’s next event called “Breaking it Down Like Britney” will consist of shaving students’ heads to “reduce stress and prompt better sleep,” according to executive members
Over 100 people gathered at the Ryerson Image Arts Centre on Nov. 28 to celebrate the opening of the Suzanne Rogers Fashion Institute
A diverse group of Ryerson models showcased Fashion Student’s designs at Ryerson’s pre-Mass Exodus fashion show
Brampton-natives James Yurichuk and Anthony DeBartolo spent four years cultivating the best ideas for a cruelty-free, Canadian-made winter jacket. Four years later, they’ve found a home in the Ryerson Joe Fresh Centre
reaLije, a hip-hop rapper and artist brings a bit of his freestyle into the archive room
Paradise Comics tells the story of a broken family in which the father has left the home while his thirteen-year-old daughter is left to deal with the loss
The dancers are performing a remount of Heroes and three new works choreographed by renowned Canadian choreographers
The seminar analyzed each decade and trend of women in comic books from the 1930s to the 2010s
The Sixties Scoop was a practice of taking Indigenous children in Canada from their families and communities and into the child welfare system
Ryerson students worked on a prototype for a home that produces as much energy as it consumes
They’ll be able to use the cash prize from the 43North startup competition, to help launch his company’s self-powered automatic swimming pool system
A panel at Ryerson discussed ways in which they believe the internet has become less open and diverse
Ryerson has a new program to help Canadian startup companies expand into India
Habitica allows you to pretend real life is a role-play adventure by turning your tasks into a fantasy-game
The Centre for Urban Energy (CUE) at Ryerson finished its five-year-long study of a massive battery system in the heart of Toronto
Atlas Social lets users find people throughout the world, connect with them, share media and mingle
The goal is to connect food-related startups with food enthusiasts and help solve food sustainability problems
Panelists made a call to explore the topic of lack of mental health care within Indigenous and racialized communities and create a change during Social Justice Week
Journalism schools should be required to teach Aboriginal history classes, panelists said Thursday
On Nov. 2, 2016, the third day of Ryerson’s social justice week, the Nelson Mandela annual lecture took place, titled “A New World is Possible: A Conversation on Anti-Black Racism”
Only a third of Ontarians have a positive impression of the religion, and more than half feel that it promotes violence
The newly-formed Ryerson chapter of Black Liberation Collective sent an open letter and demands to the director
With the Gilmore Girls reunion season scheduled to air on Nov. 25, one writer reflects on life lessons learned from Rory Gilmore
Toronto’s got bad girls that bike well, and they’re here to stay
Here are some important things to do to help you survive the night at a straight club
The little college that kept on growing gives us a lot to think about how Ryerson has changed in 50 years
I want to talk about the people we elected—the people who brought Drake to Ryerson Students’ Union concerts twice and won’t stop talking about it
This week’s parody issue is pure trash. Nothing in here is real, and it’s not supposed to be
The past few days have been riddled with conflict about one particular burger. In times like these, the best solution is transparency
Being appreciative of what we have is so much more difficult when we’re only focused on what we want
TIFF boasts a whopping 397 films during the 10-day festival, but only 72 are directed by women
Evolutionary biologists have said that it’s normal for people to look up to celebrities, in part because we all want our own success and fortune
There’s something significant to be said about anniversaries
What happens when a vegetarian becomes a cannibal? We sent our features editor to review three bizarre foreign films so you don’t have to
Ryerson’s a big place. We can help you get to know it!
Take a look back with us at significant events in Ryerson’s history
The Sam the Record Man sign is mere weeks away from finally finding a new home. Why has it taken Ryerson so long to fulfill its promise?
Are people actively disregarding the fact that death is just as natural, and just as much a reality, as birth?
Congratulations to our Fall 2016 Eyeopener Masthead!
Forget tuition – living in one of Canada’s most expensive cities without a loan or a parent is nearly impossible. Our writer tried to eat for a week with only $20.
The theme of the conference is “blank canvas,” a testament to starting fresh not over. The idea that a woman’s next step up can be her new step forward a change in perspective, a boost in self-confidence, a strong will from within.
Ella Oper, a first-year nutrition and food student at Ryerson, said she’s feeling “seriously burned” after showing up to a Toastmasters meeting and realizing what the club was really about
It’s that point in the semester where you know if you’re going to fail your class. Here’s how to break the news to your parents
The SLCBIWSGIEWBPATWGTF group was formed to deal with the issue
Have you ever stopped to wondered what that meat stick is ACTUALLY made of?
I decided to tag along with a friend to ECN 511: Economy and Environment, two things of which I know basically nothing about
Kilter has come to the conclusion that who he was as a prepubescent youth will never be better than who he is now
The pilot will be set in 2013, just when Webber is starting to get big in the bathroom graffiti scene
We talk ghosts of costumes past, and also had some surprise guests join the conversation
A Ryerson Jewish student group has brought forward complaints about acts of anti-Semitism at the Ryerson Students’ Union Semi-Annual General Meeting on Nov. 29
More than 200 students filled the Library Building’s lecture hall for the Ryerson Students’ Union Semi-Annual General Meeting on Nov. 29
“Be it in your classroom meetings, ceremonies, hallways, we will continue to show up for our communities”
The second Board of Governors meeting of the school year took place on Nov. 24. Here’s what you missed
Our news editor went to watch the CFS—Canada’s largest student advocacy group that takes in about $500,000 of student money from Rye—carry out their general meeting
Ryerson’s reputation could be at risk after refusing to release information on its partnership with the city of Niagara Falls and an unnamed local developer for a new innovation centre, according to a Niagara Falls city councillor
An initiative was passed at the Canadian Federation of Students National General Meeting, asking member locals of the CFS to support the Ryerson Reproductive Justice Collective by writing a letter to Ryerson
A Ryerson reproductive rights group has written an open letter to the Ryerson Students’ Union and to Ryerson President Mohamed Lachemi, requesting they acknowledge the students who have been protesting the presence of pro-life advocates on campus
Ryerson’s men’s volleyball team extended its winning streak to a season-high three games
Ryerson’s women’s volleyball team got back to their winning ways right before the winter break
Ryerson’s women’s hockey team lost 4-3 in double-overtime against the UOIT Ridgebacks on Saturday afternoon at the Mattamy Athletic Centre
Ryerson’s men’s volleyball team defeated their crosstown rivals with a 3-2 victory over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues at the Mattamy Athletic Centre on Friday night
Ryerson’s women’s volleyball team had its five-game winning streak snapped in a narrow 3-2 loss to the University of Toronto Varsity Blues on Friday night
Ryerson’s women’s hockey team tied the game twice but couldn’t complete the comeback against the York Lions on Thursday night
Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Marcus Stroman visited a Ryerson marketing class to discuss branding and brand management on Tuesday night
“That was the mentality, that we’re a band of brothers and we’re going to stick together, and through thick and thin we’re going to be here for one another this year”
Watch some of the cool shit that went down in Lake Devo
Miss 6 Fest? We’ve got all the highlights on video right here!
In our third episode of Live from the Archives, we’re featuring For Jane, an alternative rock group from Toronto
In this episode of the Eyeopener Cookbook, we show you how to make a delicious mac and cheese
Muskoka performs ‘Suburbia’ for our Live from the Archives series
News Editor Alanna Rizza takes to the streets to find out what students think of the new menu at the Ram
Kori Cheverie is the first full-time female assistant coach in the history of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport
Live from the Archives features Ryerson bands every other Wednesday in our archive room.