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A Road Map To First Year, From a Soon To Be Grad.

As a fourth year student at Ryerson, in the Graphic Communications Management program, I have been privileged to some amazing experiences that indefinitely shaped the person I am today. From first to fourth year, all the things I saw, participated in or accomplished had a lasting impact on me. Whether it was breaking a Guinness […]

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How-To: Present Like A Professional

This past Monday I helped co-present a yearlong business plan project to a panel of professors within my school (Graphic Communications Management). The presentation included the businesses’ core concepts (business concept, marketing & branding, operations, feasibility and financials) as well as the overall feel of the entire business in just 15 minutes. How did I […]

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Time Management for Ryersonians

A good way to stay on top of assignments and tests is to make good use of time management tips. Time management tips are easily adaptable to any program of study and help sharpen and maintain that ultra precious academic tool, your brain. With the help of these tips you might even have some time […]

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RyeTAGA's Creative Director, Production/Editorial Director and Marketing Director (from left to right) discuss the RyeTAGA journal with a Graphic Arts Industry Member.

RyeTAGA Attends the 65th Annual TAGA Conference

Last week, the student group, RyeTAGA (Ryerson Student Chapter for the Technical Association of the Graphic Arts), travelled to Portland, Oregon for the TAGA (Technical Association of the Graphic Arts) Conference. The TAGA Conference is an annual event that is dedicated to extending, sharing and furthering knowledge within the Graphic Arts Community among industry members, […]

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Sommer and Devon at McMUN.

RyeMUN Goes to McMUN

This past weekend, RyeMUN, a student group dedicated to diplomacy and debate at Ryerson, travelled to Montreal to compete in the McMUN conference, better known as McGill Model United Nations. Montreal is a beautiful city and it was my first time to both the McMUN conference and the city of Montreal. As head delegate, I […]

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The 2013 Winter Week of Welcome line-up.

Winter Week of Welcome

Welcome back to another semester! I can’t believe it, but my final semester at Ryerson is here already! As a fourth year Graphic Communications Management student in the Faculty of Communication & Design I’ve had so many unique opportunities to experience Ryerson in many different ways. Whether meeting with industry members at school events or […]

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The RyeMUN delegation at the QMUN banquet.

RyeMUN at QMUN 2012

Do you like diplomacy and debate? What about traveling to other universities to debate about current issues that face our world? Perhaps Ryerson Model United Nations might interest you. From November 8th until November 11th the Ryerson Model United Nations (RyeMUN) delegation traveled to Queen’s University to participate in the Queen’s Model United Nations (QMUN) […]

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Spotlight on Student Groups on Campus

So you want to get involved on campus, but don’t know where to start? Allow me point you in the right direction. Ryerson has a great range of student groups to look into whether they are culture based, common interest based or have more of an academic spin to them. It’s so important to understand […]

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The magestic St. Lawrence Hall on the South West Corner of King Street East and Jarvis Street.

City Discoveries!

After returning from Ryerson’s newly introduced fall reading week, that took place last week, students are (hopefully) refreshed and recharged to be back at school. I know I am! The time I had during reading week provided me with a great opportunity to make use of some great Toronto resources that are practically at my […]

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