A feature I wrote with my classmate Victoria McMurchy, on what it's like being a Ryerson student with a learning disability. Students shared their personal stories and experiences with us and you can read it all on the Ryersonian website.
An article I wrote about the Jewish community reacting to a Toronto Star article, about a Ryerson TA who was fired for allegedly spreading hate-speech. Read it here, on the Ryersonian.
Read my article about Ryerson University's newest campus restaurant, The Hummussiah, for the Ryersonian.
Toronto's opioid crisis continues to grow, and Ryerson University isn't prepared. Read my latest article on the issue for the Ryersonian.
Joseph Valtellini stands in the middle of his gym, Bazooka Kickboxing, explaining how to properly throw a cross punch. His video man Danny Lau, records him. The multitude of shots he takes will be complied into Valtellini’s next YouTube video for his online series. He goes through the movements with ease and confidence, getting through … Continue reading A Closer Look at The Bazooka
Ryerson’s equity and inclusion based campus is all thanks to students, says Will Fraser, a third year professional communication student. “I think the students are the ones that really lead the change, because as much resources and power as the administration has, they don't have a direction to steer them in without the students leading,” … Continue reading Ryerson: An activist community
Hey everyone, long time no see. Check out my latest story on the Sisters in Spirit Vigil that I wrote for the Ryerson Eyeopener. It’s an amazing event that deserves a lot more coverage.
Ford Nation showed its support for the man who put them first Rob Ford supporters march through the streets alongside Toronto Police to pay tribute to their former mayor. Photographer Credit: Alexis Perikleous Rob Ford supporters say he will be remembered as a man who took action and inspired people to care about their city. … Continue reading Former mayor Rob Ford, remembered as a man for the people
Sara Mojtehedzadeh, wealth and work reporter, informs Ryerson students on precarious employment Sara Mojtehedzadeh addresses Ryerson students during an engaging discussion on the unjust working conditions of part-time employees and inters. Photographer credit: Alexis Perikleous Employers taking advantage of interns and part-time employees has become a cultural norm, says the Toronto Star’s work … Continue reading Toronto star reporter addresses employee exploitation