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  • Voices for consent

    Voices for consent

    08/11/2018 Duração: 32min

    Farrah Khan, manager of Ryerson's Consent Comes First office, and Robyn Doolittle, award-winning journalist, are in the studio with host Melissa Yu Vanti, discussing the meaning of consent and what's next for #MeToo, a year after the global movement took off. For more information, go to ryerson.ca/consentcomesfirst

  • What cannabis means for Ryerson

    What cannabis means for Ryerson

    18/10/2018 Duração: 25min

    On October 17, cannabis became legal in Canada. In this episode, host Will Sloan talks to professor Brad Poulos about the new Ryerson course, The Business of Cannabis. Then, Allan Macdonald, director of Health and Student Wellness, discusses what the impact of cannabis is on health. For more information on Ryerson's cannabis policies, please visit www.ryerson.ca/cannabis/

  • From Canada to Brazil by horse

    From Canada to Brazil by horse

    11/09/2018 Duração: 25min

    In 2012, Ryerson journalism graduate Filipe Masetti Leite began a two-year, 10,000-mile journey through 10 countries by horse, and lived to tell the tale. In this podcast, Leite talks to host Will Sloan about how his journalism education influenced his new book, "Long Ride Home"

  • A new perspective on asylum seekers at the Canadian-U.S. border

    A new perspective on asylum seekers at the Canadian-U.S. border

    07/08/2018 Duração: 29min

    In the past year and a half, about 30,000 people have arrived at the Canadian-U.S. border at unofficial border crossings, seeking asylum. This has led to some sounding the alarm that Canada has a “refugee crisis.” Anver Saloojee joins host Melissa Yu Vanti to share his perspective on asylum seekers at the Canadian-U.S. border, and why it is critical that we reframe the way we engage in these topics. You’ll also learn about the 4th annual World Cities, World Class (WC2) Symposium, which Ryerson is hosting from August 12 to 17

  • Democracy and Migration

    Democracy and Migration

    31/07/2018 Duração: 23min

    The WC2 Symposium at Ryerson explores the theme "Migration, the City, and the University." Host Will Sloan talks to two Ryerson faculty members who are hosting panels on the immigrant/refugee experience: John Beebe on democratic engagement, and Art Blake on LGBTQ+ migration

  • The Future of Local News

    The Future of Local News

    10/07/2018 Duração: 14min

    With small newspapers shuttering, what will happen to local, civic-minded journalism? The Ryerson Journalism Research Centre has launched The Future of Local News: Research and Reflections, a new interactive scholarly publication exploring the challenges and opportunities facing the industry. Co-editor Asmaa Malik (graduate program director at Ryerson’s School of Journalism) talks to host Will Sloan about why local news matters.

  • Canadas first Indigenous-led think tank

    Canada's first Indigenous-led think tank

    19/06/2018 Duração: 14min

    The Yellowhead Institute in the Faculty of Arts, is the first of its kind: a First Nations-led, non-partisan national research centre. Executive director Hayden King talks to host Will Sloan about policy that can move beyond Canada’s history of colonialism

  • Making champions: How Ryerson won its first-ever national title

    Making champions: How Ryerson won its first-ever national title

    24/05/2018 Duração: 36min

    It was a season for the record books, as Ryerson's women's volleyball team won the program’s first conference title, a perfect 25-0 season and Ryerson’s first-ever national championship in any sport. Ryerson Today host Zandra Alexander talks to women's volleyball head coach Dustin Reid and athletics Director Ivan Joseph to find out just how they did it and what the future holds for Ryerson athletics

  • Islamophobia 101 - Part 2

    Islamophobia 101 - Part 2

    08/05/2018 Duração: 15min

    A continuation of the discussion with Jasmin Zine, professor of sociology and Muslim studies at Wilfrid Laurier, and contributor Sakeena Mihar, co-chair of the Ryerson Muslim Employee Community Network

  • Islamophobia 101 - Part 1

    Islamophobia 101 - Part 1

    08/05/2018 Duração: 25min

    A two-part series: What are the cultural and social factors that influence our narrative about Muslims? Jasmin Zine, professor of sociology and Muslim studies at Wilfrid Laurier, and contributor Sakeena Mihar, co-chair of the Ryerson Muslim Employee Community Network, join host Melissa Yu Vanti

  • Ryersons early years

    Ryerson's early years

    04/05/2018 Duração: 11min

    It's grown a lot in 70 years, but Ryerson's spirit of practical, adaptable learning has remained the same. Ronald Stagg, professor at the Department of History, talks to host Will Sloan about the birth of Ryerson University

  • I am not my hair

    I am not my hair

    03/05/2018 Duração: 34min

    As we prepare to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Viola Desmond Awards & Banquet, many are beginning to learn the historical significance Desmond had with Black hair. What defines 'good hair'? Who decides what 'good hair' is or isn't? And why is hair such a hot topic among Black women? Guest host Dayo Kefentse is joined by two Ryerson colleagues who explore the pain, pleasure and politics of hair and the journeys they've had with hair acceptance

  • Duncan McCue on reporting in Indigenous communities

    Duncan McCue on reporting in Indigenous communities

    24/04/2018 Duração: 18min

    As host of CBC's Cross-Country Checkup, Duncan McCue is one of Canada's most prominent Indigenous journalists – and as the Rogers Journalist in Residence at the Ryerson School of Journalism, he's bringing his perspective to the next generation of reporters. McCue talks to host Will Sloan about how journalists can be storytellers, not story-takers

  • Business ethics and the NRA

    Business ethics and the NRA

    05/04/2018 Duração: 09min

    As companies distance themselves from the National Rifle Association, host Will Sloan talks to Chris MacDonald (chair of the Law & Business Department) about why the #BoycottNRA campaign is working

  • New VP of equity talks inclusion

    New VP of equity talks inclusion

    20/02/2018 Duração: 26min

    Guest host Marci Ien in conversation with Denise O'Neil Green, Ryerson's VP of equity and community inclusion, on her journey as a Black woman in academia, now with a seat at the executive table

  • Cathy Crowe: Homelessness After the Cold Snap

    Cathy Crowe: Homelessness After the Cold Snap

    25/01/2018 Duração: 16min

    For over 30 years, Ryerson Distinguished Visiting Practitioner Cathy Crowe has been one of Toronto's most visible advocates for the homeless. During the week she was named to the Order of Canada, Crowe discussed the ongoing Toronto shelter crisis with host Will Sloan

  • Precarious Work: The Causes and Consequences

    Precarious Work: The Causes and Consequences

    18/01/2018 Duração: 18min

    Jobs are fewer, and shorter, and they lack security, stability, and benefits. Ryerson professor John Shields (co-editor of Precarious Employment: Causes, Consequences and Remedies) talks with host Will Sloan about how the job market changed

  • Trump, one year later

    Trump, one year later

    10/11/2017 Duração: 23min

    On the anniversary of Trump's election, Ryerson political science professor Wayne Petrozzi talks to host Will Sloan about the 45th president's tenure so far

  • One on one with Carly Clarke

    One on one with Carly Clarke

    07/11/2017 Duração: 18min

    Fresh off of a record-setting summer with Canada's under-19 national team, Ryerson Rams women's basketball coach and newly appointed assistant coach of Canada's senior national team, talks with host Zandra Alexander about her approach to coaching, keeping a work-life-sport balance and what she brings to the court

  • Behind the camera: 50 years of photojournalism

    Behind the camera: 50 years of photojournalism

    26/09/2017 Duração: 27min

    Order of Canada recipient and Ryerson lecturer Peter Bregg chats with host Lauren Clegg about his extraordinary career, the power of photography and the state of media today

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