The Winter 2019 issue of Ryerson University Magazine marks two full years—that’s four issues!—since our 2017 redesign. The publication works to connect alumni, donors, staff, and students to the inspiring stories coming out of the school. A school that is known for its progressive nature, vibrant energy, and inclusive spirit.
This issue highlights Toronto’s New Wave of DIY filmmakers coming out of Ryerson’s Image Arts program. For a glimpse behind-the-scenes, documentary photographer Carlos Osorio followed second-year students as they set up a scene from Addams Family Values in their cinematography and lighting class.
Chiara Ghigliazza used her illustration skills to support a feature documenting a conversation between Farrah Khan and Robyn Doolittle talking #MeToo, sexual assault investigations and where we go from here.
We sent Sandy Nicholson to hangout with aerospace engineering professor Fengfeng (Jeff) Xi , who is working to improve airline cabins so we can all travel more comfortably.
Kaytee Dalton covered Ryerson’s first Pow Wow since 2001. May Truong photographed Janice Fukakusa, Ryerson’s first female chancellor. Joel Clifton climbed onto the roof at the George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre, where Ryerson’s Urban Farm grows thousands of pounds of fresh, organic produce each May to October. Sarah Palmer (Image Arts ‘08) joined a group of alumni in Kingston for a nature hike.