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Ryerson Adventures to Wonderland

Hello again, this is Matthew Haddad wrapping up the summer with this last gem on my summer hot spots list!! This last spot is well-known to most residents of Toronto, and is of course, a great place for students to let off some steam. Canada’s Wonderland can provide you with fun attractions during the spring, […]

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Sommer’s Toronto Treasure List: Final Spot

For this third and final spot get ready for some fun and games, great snacks and smart vintage finds in an ultra iconic area! This location is great to explore by yourself, with some friends, or even with a school club/team. Bathurst and Bloor, in the Toronto Annex, boasts the iconic building/retailer “Honest Ed’s,” as […]

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5 Things I Wish I Knew Going into University

I have faced many challenges during my transition from high school to university, and I’d like to share some tips and tricks with you. This post is about what I wish I knew before I started studying at university. Rate My Professor IS NOT Always Right! It’s not an unknown fact that student checked ratemyprofessors.com […]

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Ryerson’s Career Relevant Learning

Ryerson University is big on innovation and career-relevant learning, making sure students get a bigger feel for life after university while still in university. Over the past few years Ryerson has started to develop what is called “Zone Learning” right here on campus. What is Zone Learning? Well it is a new innovative way for […]

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A-muse Yourself

Hello everyone! This is Matthew Haddad checking in once again to let you know about the wonderful places to visit and sights to see around Ryerson University. Toronto has multiple venues displaying artifacts from our historical past and our present day culture. For today’s post, I would like to talk about the museums and show […]

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International Student Services Lounge

Ryerson University has over 1500 International students representing over 120 countries. Many of them turn to International Student Services (ISS) for the support they need. ISS has been working hard for the past 23 years to ensure international students get all of the support they need with assimilating to life here in Canada. ISS offers international […]

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Sommer’s Toronto Treasure List – Second Spot: Summerlicious

For the second stop on my Toronto Treasure List, be sure to bring your appetite! Stop number two is: Summerlicious! If amazing restaurants, cafes, pubs and diners less than a stone’s throw from Ryerson campus interest you, then this tasty culinary experience definitely deserves a spot on your “to do” list. This scrumptious Toronto event […]

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Ryerson Community Food Room and Garden

The Ryerson Student’s Union is always looking out for us students. They are saving us money around the Greater Toronto Area, planning fun events around campus, and even making sure students have access to food while on a limited budget. Located on the second floor of the Student Campus Centre you can find the Community […]

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Hot Summer Spots in the City

Hello! I am Matthew, graduate of the full-time Arts and Contemporary Studies program at Ryerson University. My time at Ryerson has been defined not only by my program of study but also by the environment in which the university is situated. The city of Toronto is defined by its culture, therefore most students who attend […]

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Convocation Recap

What an amazing time of year! The past couple of weeks were spent celebrating the accomplishments of our grads here at Ryerson. Just like many of you high school graduates (amongst other recent grads) who have participated in various convocation ceremonies, our graduates proudly walked across the stage of the Ryerson Theatre in their gowns […]

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