Your Guide To Visual Schedule Builder

You may have heard the buzz about the new RAMSS alternative, Visual Schedule Builder . I’m here to tell you yes, it exists. And yes, it is awesome!   VSB is a fairly new feature which you can find when you log into RAMSS. It opens up a new window (and a new world) to help […]

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My Favourite English Courses at Ryerson

I have now graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in English. At first, I was scared to graduate and join the so-called ~real world~ but now I am excited to start taking what I’ve learned here at Ryerson and putting it into practice. As I come to the end of my degree, […]

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Unique Electives You Can Take at Ryerson

When thinking about the universities you want to apply to, it’s natural to focus on the courses offered in your desired program(s). One thing I’ve found that a lot of students take for granted is the knowledge you develop through your lower and upper level liberal studies courses, also known as electives. Electives are a chance to explore topics outside […]

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Winter 2015 – A Biomedical Engineering Student’s Semester

Hey crew! I recently discovered a fantastic sci-fi TV series called ‘Almost Human.’ It’s a cop drama with a futuristic twist and, as a biomedical engineering student, I can’t help but geek out at some of the awesome tech they’ve featured so far. This article’s cover animation showcases Dorian, a law enforcement robot (the series refers to […]

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My Courses!

So this semester, I have a pretty heavy courseload! Yet most of my courses are SUPER interesting and really fun! Here’s a summary of the courses that I am taking this semester at Ryerson: ACC 100 – Intro to Financial Accounting Numbers, numbers, numbers! Accounting is all about budgeting and finances. Not my most interesting […]

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