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University Freedom: What It Means And What To Do About It

As a seasoned residence advisor I have seen my fair share of move-in days. All over campus you can feel the excitement, the nervousness and the overwhelming feeling of uncertainty. You can see the hugs of nervous parents or supportive friends reluctant to say goodbye. Or perhaps you’ll see the students who have started this terrifying […]

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Toronto’s Best Vegan Restaurants

As a vegetarian, there’s a little thrill I get when I look at a menu and have more than two options at my disposal. Vegan restaurants have become quite trendy in the past few years in Toronto as more people adapt to plant-based diets. Whether you don’t eat meat, dairy, or both, this city is […]

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City of Neighbourhoods Ep. #3: Entertainment District

Here is the third stop on my City of Neighbourhoods tour! Although many people pass off the Entertainment District as a tourist area, as a local I spend a bunch of time there! Where else can you find Toronto’s best restaurants, clubs, theatres, and fun attractions? Whether you’re stopping by Toronto for a day or […]

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The Donut Guide to Toronto

There is no snack more Canadian than a classic donut. While Tim Hortons donuts are good on points of convenience and price, Toronto’s donut scene has so much more to offer for your taste buds. We’re a city that loves donuts so much that last year someone created a donut map of the TTC! Use […]

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City of Neighbourhoods Ep. 2: St. Lawrence & Distillery District

I loved my latest adventure for the second episode of City of Neighbourhood (CON). These are two of my favourite places downtown and some of the most recognizable ones for people outside of Toronto. If you haven’t checked it out or it’s been a while since you’ve visited, do yourself a favour and go exploring! […]

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Student Life Highlight: StyleCircle

“Student Life Highlight” is a new series that highlights student groups in the faculty of communication and design. Through interviews with students from the student group and working with them day-to-day, Student Life Highlight aims to show you the great things that Ryerson has to offer. StyleCircle is one of my all time favourite groups […]

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11 Festivals To Check Out This June In Toronto

Summer festival season is upon us. If you’re going to be in town this June, do yourself a favour and check some of these out! A lot of them are free, and that’s always a great time. – Taste of Toronto Where: Garrison Common, 100 Garrison Rd. Toronto When: June 15-18, 2017 Price: Starts at […]

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Notes from a Fourth Year Me to a First Year Me

I just completed my final month of university, which is scary and exciting at the same time. I went from being a small-town girl, embarking upon the city with a bright-eyed idealism to a cynical broke student with no future prospects. Just kidding, Ryerson prepared me for the real world, and I’m happy to say […]

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City of Neighbourhoods #1: Queen St. W & Kensington

  Oh, hi there!   My name is Karin and I going into my 4th year at Ryerson studying Media Production. This summer I’ll be showing you all the reasons I love Ryerson and Toronto, so if you don’t already follow @WhyRyerson you should go that. Go. QUICK! I love anything media and am a self-proclaimed Starbucks addict. Typically, […]

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5 Toronto Festivals to Check Out This Summer

I always consider Toronto to be at its best during the summer. There’s so much to see and do during the summer months, and one of the things I try to do every season is go to a few local festivals. With so many festivals to choose from, there’s bound to be one that interests you. Check out […]

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