By Kelsey Rolfe Photographs by Lindsay Boeckl “I love you.” “You are my life now.” (Meyer, 314) After the 2005 release of Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight, both the authoress and her work of fiction were shot into superstardom. Years later came similar novels Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick, and Swoon by Nina Malkin, which didn’t quite attract … Read more
By Abigale Subdhan Feature image: Courtesy of Ryersonian.ca; captured by Anna Piszczkiewicz. In an open-spaced room teeming with intent listeners, Faye Schulman stood tall in front of a podium. She wore an army jacket adorned with eight gleaming medals as she spoke passionately about her experience with the Holocaust. Schulman, a guest speaker at Ryerson University … Read more
The Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU), The Muslim Students Association (MSA), and the Women’s Centre present:
Get Out of my Closet!
Join the RSU, MSA and the Women’s Centre for lunch and learn about Quebec’s Bill 94 and what it means for your civil rights. Bill 94 is proposed legislation, and if approved would deny essential government services, public employment, education, and health care to Muslim women who wear the niqab (face veil).
By Jelena Subotic Photo by Kevin McShane When did Halloween stop being a holiday to show off scary costumes, creativity and originality, and start advocating slutty dress up time? Is it a lack of creativity, or is there actually an unspoken rule for Halloween to bring out the slut even in the most modest of … Read more