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5 Tricks For Surviving Campus in the Winter

Like it or not … winter is coming! But fear not, I have put together a list of 5 tricks to surviving Ryerson in the Winter. 1. The PATH This first one is for all you commuters on our campus. We all know the TTC in the winter is about as unreliable as it can […]

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Top 5: Holiday Movies to Watch!

Looking to take a break? Why not break out those Pillsbury Christmas cookies and invite your friends over for a holiday movie marathon! If you’re like me it’s officially socially acceptable to get in the holiday spirit. Check out my top five picks for holiday movies to watch while roasting chestnuts on an open fire. […]

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Best Vegetarian Eats Around Ryerson

I am vegetarian and gluten-free and I have a gosh-darn hard time finding good places to eat out. Either the dish has shrimp or chicken or beef or wheat noodles- ugh! I wanted to help out my vegetarian pals out there with some yummy and affordable places to munch around Ryerson. I hope this helps […]

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WhyRyerson: 33 Questions

Have you ever wanted to ask current Ryerson students 33 questions? Well, I did so check out my new YouTube video series 33 Questions, inspired by Vogue’s 73 Questions. Each week I’ll be featuring a new target student where I’ll spitfire your burning questions about what life at Ryerson is really like. Take a sneak peek at […]

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Best Liberals to Take at Ryerson (According to Real Students)

When you come to Ryerson, you’ll likely have to take one or more of what we call liberal studies courses. These courses do not have to, and normally do not relate to, the program you are in, which makes it an incredible way to explore and study new and exciting things. Personally, I like to […]

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How to make the most of the holidays in Toronto

The holidays are here! The city has a totally different feeling at this time of year, and if you have never been to Toronto in December I highly recommend it! Like anything in this city though the options can seem overwhelming, and you want to make sure you hit it all. Well, below I have some […]

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The Faculties of Ryerson

It’s that time of year again, applying for schools can be a tough decision and with so many great programs at Ryerson we’re not making that any easier for you. To help you narrow down your choices check out all the different faculties Ryerson offers and the programs in each one. Still can’t make a […]

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Ryerson Image Center

As an aspiring photographer in such a concentrated field, I find it hard to stand out amongst the thousands of other photographers in Toronto alone. Another thing I have found challenging is to come up with a newer more creative shot every single time. I’ve recently come to learn that I have to finding inspiration […]

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Top Five Spots Around Campus for Instagram Shots

If you’re like me, you’ll do it for the #insta photo. Meaning you will really do anything to get the perfect photo for your Instagram feed. I recently had a great idea to scrounge through my Instagram archives to find the best five pictures I took at spots on Ryerson campus to share with all […]

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My first weeks as a first-year!

High School I went to College Français, a small French high school located near Ryerson with about 200 people. And, yes, I’m fluent in French. Let me start by telling you what the “first week of school” looked like to me. So, first week of school, it started off pretty simple. We’d get to school at […]

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