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Month: November 2016

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Sunday Aken and Christiane Beya seated together.
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RSJ Radio Features 2016

Diversity On Campus

rarhin November 29, 2016

Living in Toronto, students often have the luxury of experiencing an array of different cultures and ethnicity. This allows for the opportunity to learn so much about the world’s different nations and for Torontonians to meet a lot of different people. From knowing this, we would assume that the same […]

Ryerson student Claire Davis filling cups of lentil soup.
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RSJ Radio Features 2016

presspass: Food security continues to be a problem for university students

nikhil.sharma November 29, 2016

By: Nikhil Sharma University students across Canada are facing the challenge of balancing tuition, rent, textbooks and daily meals. A recent report released by Meal Exchange, a student-run organization that addresses hunger on campus, suggested that 39 per cent of university students have experienced some form of food insecurity. Over […]

Brown side profile of person made out of gears.
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RSJ Radio Features 2016

Fighting the Stigma

amanda.kate.woodrow November 25, 2016

Mental Illness: The Quiet KillerThe Stigma: The Donald Trump of Everything Wrong Mental illness is a growing epidemic. 1 in 3 children will be diagnosed with some form of it. It is a tough reality, but tougher when one feels alone in the world; mocked, excluded, and ultimately bullied. That’s […]

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