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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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Shay’s Declassified Rye Survival Guide: Pt. 3 – Early Morning Classes

If you’re a first year student heading to Ryerson, odds are that you’ll be introduced to at least one 8 a.m. lecture. Don’t be afraid. This is a natural part of your Ryerson experience. In fact, if you learn how to survive them, you’ll find them quite beneficial. Here’s my 5 tips to make the […]

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Three Things to Expect from a Ryerson Student

Okay, I know everyone is different and has their own personalities and characteristics.  I also know that every individual can have a totally different experience than another individual, even if they did exactly the same thing.  HOWEVER, in my nearly two years at Ryerson, I’ve met a lot of different people in different programs and […]

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