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Cookbooks for Undergrads

The frosh fifteen is no myth. Now that the fall semester is wrapping up, you’re probably just as concerned with the numbers on your bathroom scale as you are your GPA. Being the campus in the heart of downtown Toronto unfortunately also makes Ryerson the campus within striking distance of tantalizing Big Macs, Whoppers, taquitos, […]

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Campus Coffee Tips

I drink too much coffee. In a gradual process largely spurred by my enrolment in a masters degree, I went from nursing a cup of coffee with cream every morning to requiring a continuous espresso drip to get through the day. Although my addiction to the black stuff is likely shaving years off my life, […]

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Oh No, I Missed Open House!

Did you miss the Ryerson Open House? Don’t panic! Although our open house is a great opportunity to meet our faculty, learn about our programs, and get acquainted with the campus, it’s not the only opportunity. We‘re happy to accommodate high school students looking to attend Ryerson all year round! Take a look below to […]

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5 Tips for Your First 2 Weeks

August is winding down. Sadly, it’s time to trade in the deck chairs and daiquiris for textbooks and Tim Horton’s coffee. Starting school can be a hard transition, not only for new undergraduates but also for those returning for their second, third, or fourth years. But if you keep these tips in mind, your first […]

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Rocket Rock: 5 Music Videos Shot on the TTC

If you’re a student at Ryerson, you no doubt have a love/hate relationship with Toronto’s public transit. On one hand, the TTC is your chauffeur to campus, your escape plan on the weekend, and your designated driver after a late night of partying. On the other hand, owing to frequent mechanical failures and delays, it’s […]

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4 Pokémon That Toronto Needs

Hey Nintendo! You’re doing a bang up job with Pokémon Go. Pretty much everyone in Toronto is playing your new mobile game instead of paying attention to where they’re walking on the sidewalk. But, hey, isn’t finding a brand new Pokémon friend worth a few scrapes, bruises, and the odd concussion? If there’s one thing […]

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4 Ways to Beat the Heat at Ryerson

To say this summer has been warm would be an understatement. This first half of 2016 has set global temperature records, and the weather in Toronto is no exception. Heat alerts have been issued every other week, copious air conditioning usage has paralyzed the power grid, and serpentine line-ups have bogged down local ice creams […]

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