Photo captures in the Sears Atrium by Tavia Bakowski

Visual proof that Ryerson is the most Instagrammable campus

I lurk Instagram, and when I say I lurk Instagram I mean I LURK Instagram. As in I am on it for at least 3 hours in one day, and I like dozens and dozens of photos. Instagram has become home to some of the best and most talented photographers. Check out some photos taken […]

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De-Stressing on Campus

After the calm of reading week, school likes to hit you with as many essays, projects, midterms, and 20-minute presentations it can all at once. As an English major I like to refer to November as essay month, a physically taxing time of year when I can be found carrying up to 12 books on […]

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Six Ryerson Musicians to Add to Your Playlists

After two surprise performances, a shadow in the shape of a certain Toronto-born rapper has been cast over Ryerson’s music scene. But that’s not to say we lack our own campus-grown talent. Ryerson has a booming music community that fills every niche and genre one could think of. From DJs to classical to metal, here […]

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Ryerson Student Services You NEED In Your Life

Ryerson is full of academic services to help you succeed. Check out these four located right on campus to help you succeed in your undergraduate education, as well as post-graduation life! Career Centre Your source of employment, career and job search guide, job matching technology and link to networking events all in one. The Career Centre is […]

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Flowers by Tavia Bakowski

Ryerson through the lens of a student

Ryerson is a wonderful school because everyone’s experiences are different. We all walk different paths but eventually they all cross and everyone learns meaningful lessons and meet some great people along the way. Here is a small collection of Ryerson through the lenses of current students to give you a bit more insight than just […]

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Event Recap: Careers in Marketing 2016

When you enter university, especially if you enroll in a business program, one of the most popular terms you will hear is “networking.” Every time you turn a corner, someone will be talking about how important it is to meet new people or grow your network. If you’re more on the shy side like I am, that may absolutely terrify you. […]

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How To Actually Be Productive During Reading Week

We all know how fall reading week usually goes. You promise yourself to catch up on readings but end up four hours deep on YouTube videos about puppies riding skateboards. Use these tips to avoid dedicating yourself completely to the internet and get a few things on your to-do list done. One: Break It Up […]

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