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5 Tricks For Surviving Campus in the Winter

Like it or not … winter is coming! But fear not, I have put together a list of 5 tricks to surviving Ryerson in the Winter. 1. The PATH This first one is for all you commuters on our campus. We all know the TTC in the winter is about as unreliable as it can […]

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WhyRyerson: 33 Questions

Have you ever wanted to ask current Ryerson students 33 questions? Well, I did so check out my new YouTube video series 33 Questions, inspired by Vogue’s 73 Questions. Each week I’ll be featuring a new target student where I’ll spitfire your burning questions about what life at Ryerson is really like. Take a sneak peek at […]

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Best Liberals to Take at Ryerson (According to Real Students)

When you come to Ryerson, you’ll likely have to take one or more of what we call liberal studies courses. These courses do not have to, and normally do not relate to, the program you are in, which makes it an incredible way to explore and study new and exciting things. Personally, I like to […]

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How to make the most of the holidays in Toronto

The holidays are here! The city has a totally different feeling at this time of year, and if you have never been to Toronto in December I highly recommend it! Like anything in this city though the options can seem overwhelming, and you want to make sure you hit it all. Well, below I have some […]

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Event Recap: Canada 2020

Canada 2020 is Canada’s leading, independent, progressive think-tank working to redefine the role of the federal government for a modern Canada. This event is one of many held in addition to their enormous annual conference held over the summer in Ottawa. On September 29th Canada 2020 held a lunch-event at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC) for […]

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Top Five Thrift Stores Around Toronto

I am the thrifting queen, and there is absolutely no doubt about that. Catch me at any point, on any day, and I will be wearing head-to-toe thrifted clothing (and likely carrying thrifted books). Today, I am sharing with you a few of my secret thrifting havens around campus so you can be as thrifty […]

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9 Things to do in Your First Year at Ryerson

Your first year at university will fly by at an amazing and alarming pace. Before you know it, you will have written your last exam of first year and will be left to reflect on what that landmark year meant and what you did. I can’t even stress it enough that your experience will be […]

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Introducing Emma Macklin!

Hello, friends! My name is Emma and I’m super thrilled that I’m going to be one of the WhyRyerson bloggers this year! This is something that has interested me ever since I started following WhyRyerson when I was in the eleventh grade. I remember absolutely freaking out about what I was going to do after […]

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Taylor’s Top 5: Free Holiday Events In Toronto

It’s that time of year again! Time to trade your costumes and pumpkins in for a Santa Claus hat and some hot chocolate. If you’re like me and have been waiting for the holiday season to start since it last ended this one’s for you! Here are my top five free holiday events happening in […]

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Ryerson’s Back-to-School To-Do List

So, we’ve officially been back at Ryerson just over a month now. The nerves have settled down and your official back-to-school excuse list has been exhausted. It’s a new year and a new you, so it’s time we start treating October like the new February- you know, the month after you’ve made all those new year resolutions […]

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