NatalieMotivated

How To: Get Motivated For School After A Long Break In 3 Easy Steps

If you’re anything like me, having almost a full month’s break from my last exam to the first day of school in the New Year makes me excited to be back! I missed all hustle and bustle of the downtown core, learning new things, and meeting new people. But one week into school and I’m […]

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Guest Blog: Getting Ahead During The Winter Break – Preparing Your Application For Ryerson University

Katelyn Mentone is the co-ordinator for Ryerson Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment’s Client Services — The winter break. It’s a well-deserved time to relax, enjoy family and celebrate the end of the year.  What you may not know is that it’s also a great time to get ahead on your university applications! Between classes, high school […]

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S.M.A.R.T Goal Setting With Me!

As university students were almost always trying to stay on track and ahead of the game. This week was Ryerson’s Entrepreneurship week and I was lucky enough to get enough time to attend a couple of these events. I learned about everything from setting goals to keeping motivated. So this week I decided to share with […]

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Exploring Toronto: The Harbourfront

It’s no secret that living in a big city can sometimes be overwhelming. Although I love being immersed in the campus environment and the downtown hustle and bustle, I’ve recently discovered how great it is to get away from the concrete surroundings and busy streets for an afternoon of relaxing and taking in some of […]

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5 Differences Between Writing High School vs. University Level Papers

Making a smooth transition from high school into university can be frustrating. You’re putting in the same amount of effort and work but you’re not getting the marks you’re used to getting? Although the standard of writing is obviously higher, there are certain elements of writing which differ and could be the difference between an […]

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Incubative Studying – The Best Places To Be Productive On Campus

Five more minutes. Another five can’t hurt, can they? Almost at that new level and – WAIT! It’s dark outside and I have yet to start on that essay! *panic mode*    What better way to spend your reading week – wait for it – than by actually studying? If you are anything like me, […]

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The Quest For The Iron Ring – A Quick Glance At Ryerson Engineering

The engineering iron ring. An accomplished engineer’s most coveted trophy, the iron ring serves to remind the wearer of their obligations to the public and their inherent ethical responsibilities. For engineering students, the elusive iron ring serves as both a symbol of perseverance and an ideal to strive towards.    So you want to be […]

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Ryerson Academics and Experiential Learning

It’s been five weeks since I’ve started classes here at Ryerson, and luckily enough, I’ve already had two very unique assignments that I’d like to tell you about! Why? Because these types of assignment are exactly what it means to study at a hands-on university where experiential learning is a big part of the learning. […]

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