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10 Defining University Experiences

Like any other major stage of your life, things happen in university that will shape you into a newer, better, and more developed version of yourself. They might not always be pleasant, but every experience you encounter in your university years will help you grow into the person you’re meant to be. Once you’ve gone […]

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My Favourite Electives at Ryerson

One of the requirements for getting my degree is completing six electives from a wide variety of different faculties at Ryerson. Electives are a great opportunity to explore a new area of learning that you wouldn’t otherwise be exposed to in your program. I’ve been able to take some really excellent electives so far that I’d […]

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How To Properly Enjoy Your Reading Week

Before every reading week, I find myself in a state of delusion about how much work I’ll actually accomplish during the week. I tend to be super optimistic, but there’s something about being back home that makes me completely forget about my responsibilities. But now I’m determined to make all of my dreams come true. […]

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6 Ways To Be Productive When You Really Don’t Feel Like Being Productive

Let’s be honest, we’ve all had those moments when you desperately try to motivate yourself to get things done when you have zero gas left in the tank. It’ll probably happen very often in your university career, and the important thing is learning how to deal with the challenge of getting yourself up and moving! […]

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How To Foster Your Creativity

It can be difficult to tap into your creative juices when you’re swamped with assignments, readings, and approaching due dates all at once. Sometimes, you just have to get your work done in a timely manner rather than focusing on how to make it your best work. Whether it’s writing an essay or script, working […]

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How I Choose My Classes

Before each semester, Ryerson students search through the course calendar to see which classes are being offered in their programs that semester and which ones they’re interested in taking. This can be a tricky process, especially when there’s an abundance of interesting classes you want to take, but eventually you have to narrow down the classes that […]

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A Letter From 36,000 ft.

Let’s get real for a few minutes, I knew that coming to Ryerson brought with it a number of commitments. I’ve been taking planes for as early as I can remember – to Mexico with my parents or even quick flights to California with some friends. I’ve never really thought much of it up until […]

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Keys to a Successful Start to Second Semester (ft. Victoria Morton)

Second semester is well underway here at Ryerson and everyone is back on campus! In efforts to find out how students were planning on a successful start to the semester I partnered with well-known student leader, Victoria Morton, and took it right to Gould St! Victoria isn’t your average third year Media Production student. She has been […]

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New Year, New… Me?

Winter is upon us at Ryerson and I’m just entering my second semester of my second year here at Ryerson. As I’m sure you could imagine, about 1,000,000 things are running through my mind every second. I’m not much of a new year resolutions kind of guy, but there’s definitely been a few things I’ve been […]

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The Value of Peer-to-Peer Learning at Ryerson

One of my favourite things about Ryerson is the focus my courses take on group work and peer-to-peer learning. Getting hands on experience while collaborating with your peers is an extremely valuable tool to develop while you’re in university. Here’s a few reasons why this has been crucial for me in my personal and professional […]

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