The Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) has been mired in controversy after controversy, especially over the past three years. In this episode of the On The Record podcast, your hosts, TJ…
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Finances have become a major talking point in the era of COVID-19, with many Ryerson students facing tough decisions about their education and some businesses near campus worrying about their…
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As the On The Record podcast returns for the Winter Semester, your host, TJ Dhir, looks at the biggest issues surrounding COVID-19 and Ryerson. The futures of unvaccinated students and…
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On the Record – Ep.4 – Can Toronto artists leverage the pandemic to make the industry more liveable?
In this episode of On the Record we spoke to Toronto artists, arts workers and a mental health counsellor to discuss the fragile state of the art scene in Toronto and what needs to be done to save it.
In this episode of On the Record, we take a look at the cannabis industry three years after legalization in Canada. We evaluate the dwindling pardon system and the flourishing cannabis industry to see who is really benefitting from legalization.
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In this episode of On the Record, we spoke with families, activists and politicians who came to march in protest of gun violence in the GTA.
Take a walk with us. On this episode of On the Record, your hosts Naama Weingarten and Rachael Masih explore what’s buzzing around the Ryerson campus this fall as some…
Reporters and producers forced to come up with ‘creative solutions’ Amanda Cupido, a podcast producer and a Ryerson School of Journalism instructor, sits in her Toronto apartment, using her yoga…
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Host Simran Singh speaks with managing editor Kirti Vyas about how yoga, among other cultural practices, has been appropriated and removed from its religious and spiritual context. Later, she speaks with features editor Pia Araneta on the importance of cultural competence in mental health care.
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Managing editor Kirti Vyas, with podcast producer Meara Khanna, examines the cultural appropriation of different religious and spiritual practices that originated in Indigenous and South Asian cultures, such as yoga.