From flesh to pixels 

The skin tones chosen for Emojis weren’t picked randomly. Those colours are based on a scale that has been around for decades.

Ryerson School of Journalism 22/11/16

Your workout is finished upgrading

Despite there being hundreds of fitness apps, this one manages to make your workouts more convenient and smarter than what the others can offer.

Ryerson School of Journalism 01/11/16

Music in the dark

Imagine never being able to see again. Scary, right? The Canadian National Institute for the Blind and Musicians@Ryerson want to show you how it doesn’t have to be.

Ryerson School of Journalism 27/11/13

Culturaljam ’13: Religious symbols, cultural appropriation and everything in-between

The Ryerson Students’ Union wants students to be better informed about the many cultures represented on campus.

Ryerson School of Journalism 13/11/13

Burli709aa1f44da58eb276681944143engton stroke survivor moving on

Many people find mobility difficult after suffering a stroke but at least one Burlington stroke survivor isn’t going to let that stop him from moving on.

The Burlington Post 27/04/13


680CHAMP grad relates to Boston’s amputee victims

Partial right-hand amputee  empathizes with the victims that lost limbs from the bombings at the Boston marathon.

The Burlington Post 22/04/13

ORGANIC2-150x150Oakville going au naturale

Organic consumption is no longer just for hippies as more families make the switch and aim to be better informed about organic products.

The Sheridan Files 26/01/13

IMG_1659-150x150Have yourself a merry little Hanukkah

During this festive time of Christmas cheer, we check in at Shaarei-Beth El Congregation of Halton to see how Jewish families are celebrating their holidays.

The Sheridan Files 11/12/12

LINE-9-NORMAN-03-150x150Natives, environmentalists draw the line on Enbridge pipeline

The proposition to reverse a section of the pipeline running from Sarnia to Montreal by Enbridge Inc. has Native groups and environmental activists concerned.

The Sheridan Files 27/11/12

FashionWeek06’50s and ’60s come back swingin’

The Spring and Summer 2013 collections featured at World Mastercard Toronto Fashion Week saw plenty of light fabrics, sparkle, and wearable pieces.

The Sheridan Sun 03/11/12

Justin TrudeauJustin breezes into the GTA

Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party leadership bid is creating political buzz and some are hopeful he will bring a new perspective to Canadian politics.

The Sheridan Sun 18/10/12

Motorcycle-Elamatha03Burlington mulls crackdown on noisy motorcycles

A follow-up of the effects of Oakville’s motorcycle noise by-law introduced last summer.

The Sheridan Sun 20/09/12

Bridal-Elamatha04Bridal show delivers

The latest trends from the wedding world at the Fall 2012 Mississauga Bridal Show.

The Sheridan Sun 14/09/12

KorhaniCarpetPiglet.FashionWeekBeautiful and badass: Fashion Week 2012 filled with contrasts

The highlights from World Mastercard Toronto Fashion Week Fall/Winter ’12.

 The Sheridan Sun 22/03/2012

FebruaryFreeze4Downtown buisnesses stick it to Old Man Winter

Oakville restaurants indulge the town’s senses with fire, ice, and chocolate.

The Sheridan Sun 16/02/12

peel_police_emblemSPEAR program aims to streamline lockdowns

With the increasing fear of gun violence in schools, Peel regional police discuss lockdown procedures with Sheridan College.

The Sheridan Sun 02/02/12

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