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Best Brunch Around Campus

Aside from Drake, brunch seems to be the one thing that Toronto can’t get enough of, and Ryerson students are no exceptions. Brunch makes the perfect post-midterm meal, celebratory essay feast, mid-week study break-heck, eat it anytime! There are plenty of delicious places all within a few minutes walking distance from campus, so get your […]

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Study Tips That You’ll Actually Use

November is here. It’s a wasteland of midterms that send you studying into wee hours of the night, to-be-completed assignments, and hours on end of procrastination. But no fear, your academics don’t actually have to be so gloomy. Whether you are between midterms or have weeks of readings to catch up on, use these five study tips […]

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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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5 Student Groups You Need to Join This Year

Ryerson has something for everyone when it comes to student groups. Classes should be your main focus at school, but let’s not forget how fun it is to get involved in the Ryerson community! From religious groups, to cultural groups, to social groups, to professional groups you have a PLETHORA of choices awaiting you. (Insider […]

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EVENT RECAP: Ryerson Image Centre Fall Exhibitions Opening Party

  One of Ryerson’s hidden gems is the art gallery housed at the Ryerson Image Centre. Earlier in September their new exhibition The Edge of the Earth: Climate Change in Photography and Video opened to a room of thunderous applause and quiet contemplation of our world’s changing climate. The purpose of this exhibition is to […]

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4 Events This Fall in Toronto You Don’t Want to Miss!

Your shorts are going to the back of your closet and you are putting your sandals away with memories of warmer days. Fall is on the way, and it is hard to imagine a better city to live in to welcome the changing leaves! Make the best of September and October with these mostly free […]

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Up Close and Personal with Hannah

It was a dark and stormy summer’s eve when I became a student blogger for WhyRyerson. A lover of brunch, Lost, public transport, and airplane food, I have been trying to write a book since age seven. I’m your friendly neighbourhood fourth year English major, who hopes to be graduating next year (scary, exciting, yikes). […]

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