This radio newscast was produced by students in the Reporting for Radio Workshop lead by instructor Jim Handman. Continue Reading RSJ Radio: November 17, 2015
By Ashley Lowe, William Brown and Robyn Fiorda. — It’s an unconventional sport that requires you to channel your inner monkey. Robyn Fiorda has the story. Ashley Lowe, William Brown and Robyn Fiorda, third-year journalism students produced this item for Toronto Today as part of their Reporting for TV Workshop class.
By Sierra Bein, Laura Woodward, and Behdad Mahichi — A club focusing on men’s issues wants official student group status at Ryerson. Previous attempts have all failed, but that is not stopping the club’s founder from trying. Our Laura Woodward speaks to Kevin Arriola. Sierra Bein, Laura Woodward, and Behdad Mahichi , third-year journalism students produced this… Continue Reading INTERVIEW: Men’s Issues group plans to appeal RSU ruling
By Lauren Malyk, Alexandria Pankratz and Michal Stolarczyk — Alexandria Pankratz spoke with Francisco-Fernando Granados, a performance artist taking part in Nuit Blanche 2015. Granados exhibit “refugees run the sea…” plays off of a popular line “refugees run the seas because we own our own boats” from Shakira’s song Hips Don’t Lie. His work changed the… Continue Reading The refugee experience through art
By Jenna Yun, Abby Chan, Shane Perusse, and Thomas Voiadzis — Easter is just around the corner. If you have grown out of hiding chocolate and colouring eggs, there is a Ukrainian style of decoration that adds a cultural twist to this spring time tradition. Jenna Yun has more. Jenna Yun, Abby Chan, Shane Perusse, and… Continue Reading Eggs into art: How to bring an ancient tradition to your Easter table