In this episode, we talk to Sarah Santhosh and Anjana Rao, two female Ryerson students trying to start a men's issues group on campus. We chat about the RSU's reaction to the potential group and the crazy response this story has garnered on our website. We also talk about the gross overreaction to the campus Metro no longer being open 24 hours and a new study finding Canadians drink more than people living in most other countries.
In this episode of the Eyeopener podcast, we discuss the mysterious locker thefts in Kerr Hall, Mo is reveals he has the world's most popular name, and we are bummed about the fact that almost the same number of people showed up to the Yonge and Dundas Harlem Shake as came out to vote in the recent RSU elections.
In this most recent episode of the Eyeopener podcast, we discuss applying for the position of Eggy the Mascot, are scandalized by the story of a woman who tattooed her nine-month-old baby, and Lee explains "planned obsolescence".
We know you love Love and Sex-related things, so we decided to talk about this year's Love & Sex issue on the revived Eyeopener podcast. We talk about video editor Lindsay Boeckl's first lap dance, commiserate about parents walking in on us and jerking off into the Eyeopener. You should listen, it's awesome.
Filipe is one hell of a guy, and he's going to be gone for the next two years. So, we decided to continue recording.
We talk about conspiracy theories, Latin America, Arts & Life editor Susana Gomez Beaz's Cuban upbringing, how Filipe wound up being a judge at a Miss Brazilian Canada pageant, and a variety of other random topics.
What can we say about Filipe Leite? He's a Ryerson journalism grad riding two horses from the Calgary Stampede to the World Cup in Sao Paolo. The journey is going to take him two years, and he's getting started this month.
Filipe was good enough to sit down with the Eyeopener Podcast back in October. He dropped by once again to update us on how he's preparing for what promises to be an epic journey.
Usually we keep our interview podcasts around an hour in length. But since we won't be seeing much of Filipe for a while we decided to go considerably longer.
Enjoy our first ever two-part episode, and follow Filipe's journey at JourneyAmerica.net and through his Twitter account @FilipeMasetti.
Please forgive the audio for the first few minutes.
Jeff, Kai, and Mo talk about the shooting just off campus at the Eaton Center. Kai recalls his Las Vegas adventure attending Punk Rock Bowling. We briefly discuss the SLC groundbreaking ceremony. Kai and Jeff wax nostalgic about comedy for a long time. Mo is going to beautiful Buffalo, NY. Jeff tweets as his mother, @JeanLagerquist. And some other things happen.
In this episode, we introduce Online Editor Mo. He tells us all about Dubai and Middle Eastern hip hop. The Royals are planning on visiting Ryerson's DMZ. Should Toronto have a red light district? Jeff is sick and spreading germs. Charles is excited about Maple Leaf Gardens, and Jeff sits for a personal poetry reading.
We remember the last NXNE festival and look forward to covering the action this year. Kia explains Punk Rock Bowling. We talk about holographic music performances. Kim Kardashian comes to town. Jeff explains how she represents the latest step in the fall of humanity, and Charles makes an elderly lady friend. Should Yonge Street be only one lane in each direction? Toronto City Councilor Kristyn Wong-Tam thinks so. Will Timmies follow BK's lead and opt for more humane eggs and meat? Shareholders talked it out at TRSM today, but that won't stop us from eating there.