View Post

Getting things right

In Editorial /

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

View Post

What happens at Ryerson when you die?

In News /

Given Ryerson University’s extensive relationship with graduates that spans decades until their inevitable end, you may be surprised to learn that when an alumnus dies, nothing much really happens

View Post

New Parkside renovations cost $40 million

In News /

After a year filled with complaints about the quality of living at Parkside Student Residence, the building has undergone a major facelift–and all it took was new management and $40 million in renovations

See more posts
See more posts
View Post

App of the Week: Flipd

In Business & Technology /

On the app, users will have the option to adjust the dial on the screen to increase or decrease the time to disconnect from their phone. Users can limit time on their phone from a few minutes to eight hours

See more posts
See more posts
View Post

Our Editor-in-Chief says bye, forever

In Editorial /

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

See more posts
View Post

RSU hits all-time high approval rating

In Fun & Satire, The Eyersonian /

According to an Ipsos poll, the RSU is currently at a 90 per cent approval rating—the highest it’s ever been. The survey also noted that the union was doing exceptionally well with transparency, allocating funds to in-need departments and allowing marginalized people on the board to speak at meetings

See more posts
See more posts
See more posts
See more posts