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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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Students attending O-Week event in Toronto

Ryer-what? RYERSON! Ignite 2017, Ryerson’s O-Week!

Have you ever seen students dyed purple? Students running around drenching each other with water guns? Our own president Sheldon Levy dancing through a soul train?! Well all of the above happened at Ryerson’s O-Week 2013! O-Week happened the first week before classes, and was jam packed with fun activities! Run by both Ryerson’s Student […]

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Introduction: Who is Mady?

Hey guys! My name is Mady and I’m going to give you a brief introduction to who Ihttp://why.ryerson.ca/wp-admin/post.php?post=1918&action=edit&message=1 am, because you’re going to be hearing A LOT from me on this page! Okay to start off, I am a first year Graphic Communications Management Student here at Ryerson University! By the end of my four […]

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Sommer’s Toronto Treasure List: Final Spot

For this third and final spot get ready for some fun and games, great snacks and smart vintage finds in an ultra iconic area! This location is great to explore by yourself, with some friends, or even with a school club/team. Bathurst and Bloor, in the Toronto Annex, boasts the iconic building/retailer “Honest Ed’s,” as […]

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Sommer’s Toronto Treasure List – First Spot: The Mackenzie House

Hi There! I’m Sommer, a recent graduate of the Graphic Communications Management program at Ryerson University. As a student of a vibrant and exciting downtown campus I was able to experience the surrounding Toronto area first hand. Toronto is an amazing city to study, learn and live in, with a diverse and urban downtown core […]

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Musicians at Ryerson

Student group: Musicians at Ryerson

Pots and pans, balloons, a ping pong and a paddle, and the creative power of the mind. Sometimes we get caught up in the restrictions of our conventional instruments and forget about the most diverse and powerful instrument of them all – your imagination. On Tuesday, the Unconventional Instrument Night was held by Musicians at […]

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Res Council presents: Sky Formal at Casa Loma!

Leave it to the professionals with licenses to kill, because the Ryerson Residence Council team effectively neutralized the midterm season blues with their James Bond themed formal soiree, Sky Formal. An event that allowed students in residence an escape from the hardships of midterms (at least for a little while), it offered a chance to […]

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Sommer and Devon at McMUN.

RyeMUN Goes to McMUN

This past weekend, RyeMUN, a student group dedicated to diplomacy and debate at Ryerson, travelled to Montreal to compete in the McMUN conference, better known as McGill Model United Nations. Montreal is a beautiful city and it was my first time to both the McMUN conference and the city of Montreal. As head delegate, I […]

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The 2013 Winter Week of Welcome line-up.

Winter Week of Welcome

Welcome back to another semester! I can’t believe it, but my final semester at Ryerson is here already! As a fourth year Graphic Communications Management student in the Faculty of Communication & Design I’ve had so many unique opportunities to experience Ryerson in many different ways. Whether meeting with industry members at school events or […]

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