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The Faculties of Ryerson

It’s that time of year again, applying for schools can be a tough decision and with so many great programs at Ryerson we’re not making that any easier for you. To help you narrow down your choices check out all the different faculties Ryerson offers and the programs in each one. Still can’t make a […]

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Art Communities at Ryerson

In second year, my creative writing professor told me that it is a common myth that artists work alone, when in fact the most important thing an artist can do is surround themselves with a community of like-minded individuals. As a writer myself, the best thing I ever did was start a writing club so […]

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Ryerson Lens: Valentine’s Edition

By: Karishma Karia and Hannah Polinski  Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. While people think Valentine’s Day is reserved for couples, February 14 is a day to celebrate love of all kinds! Partners, families, and friends can all enjoy a variety of activities all around the city. Hannah will be having a Valentine’s EXTRAVAGANZA […]

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Winter Semester Conference Guide!

Aside from looking good on resumés, conferences can be fun learning experiences and great opportunities to network. In my first year I used to fear conferences because the sound of the word “networking” sent shivers down my spine. I went to the “TEDxRyerson” conference as well as the “RU a Leader?” conference back in my […]

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Up Close and Personal with Hannah

It was a dark and stormy summer’s eve when I became a student blogger for WhyRyerson. A lover of brunch, Lost, public transport, and airplane food, I have been trying to write a book since age seven. I’m your friendly neighbourhood fourth year English major, who hopes to be graduating next year (scary, exciting, yikes). […]

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Ryerson News: December 7-18

The top stories of 2015 Will Sloan for Ryerson Today “It was a year that brought momentous change and new models of learning. There were innovative community partnerships, groundbreaking businesses, and cutting-edge achievements from faculty, students, and alumni. As 2015 draws to a close, we look back on the ways that the Ryerson community made […]

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Guest Blog: Geographic Analysis

Looking for a secure, laid-back, and meaningful job in a growing field? Get into Geography! Dr. Claus Rinner is a professor and the incoming Chair of the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies. Geography@Ryerson is different. Atlases, globes, and Google Maps are nice pastimes, but we are more interested in OpenStreetMap, CartoDB, and GeoDA. We […]

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