Ryerson skyline

Discover-What? Discover Ryerson!!

You may have seen posts about it in you guidance office, or heard your friends talking about it, and I know what you’re all thinking: what in the world is Discover Ryerson? Well first things first, Discover Ryerson is something you do not want to miss. Discover Ryerson is November 7, 2013 (mark your calendars!!), and it’s going […]

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Pumpkin carvings

Top 4 Things to do For Halloween in Toronto!

So that time of year is around again….Costume shopping, pumpkin carvings and free candy often come to mind when you think of Halloween, but in Toronto, Halloween is cranked up to the max! Here are the top four things to do for Halloween in Toronto! 1. Halloween Haunt This event is an annual tradition among […]

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Ryerson students playing intramural sports

My Intramural Experience

Miss playing high school sports with your friends? Need a break from the stress of homework? Want to be active while having the most fun possible? One word : INTRAMURALS! During the second week of school, a few people on my floor wanted to put together a volleyball team and asked me if I wanted […]

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George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre

Ryerson Monoliths – The George Vari Engineering & Computing Centre

From afar it looked like a cross between an assemblage of crystal ice-cubes and a building pulled straight out of The Minority Report. Tinted turquoise-blue in the afternoon sun, numerous glass panels provided a glimpse of the activity that was going on within the structure. It was a quiet sentinel, a nexus from which streams […]

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Ryerson River painting on Gould Street

Rivers To Success – Ryerson Maps Out Campus Buildings

If you’ve been popping up around Ryerson campus within the past two weeks, you have seen it. After all, a huge navy-blue river cascading for hundreds of meters down the road is hard to miss. Covering Gould and Victoria Street, the river adds to the overflowing vibrance of downtown Toronto. But what exactly is the […]

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studying

Incubative Studying – The Best Places To Be Productive On Campus

Five more minutes. Another five can’t hurt, can they? Almost at that new level and – WAIT! It’s dark outside and I have yet to start on that essay! *panic mode*    What better way to spend your reading week – wait for it – than by actually studying? If you are anything like me, […]

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GCM students at "Pie Your Course Union" event

Course Unions!

Finding yourself lost among your peers in your course?? Look no further than your course union! Almost every course at Ryerson has their own union to unite and promote spirit among your faculty! Course unions promote school spirit in each faculty by even planning and through uniting the voices of the spirit! In GCM (Graphic […]

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Engineering iron ring

The Quest For The Iron Ring – A Quick Glance At Ryerson Engineering

The engineering iron ring. An accomplished engineer’s most coveted trophy, the iron ring serves to remind the wearer of their obligations to the public and their inherent ethical responsibilities. For engineering students, the elusive iron ring serves as both a symbol of perseverance and an ideal to strive towards.    So you want to be […]

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Students lifting weights at the Mattamy Athletic Centre

Going Ram – Balancing School & An Active Lifestyle

You heard rumors of it all throughout the year. You thought it was just a myth. Stepping onto the weighing scale, your eyes are stupefied by what they see. The “Freshman 15” has struck again.   It’s not too late to avoid the nightmare scenario above! While the “Freshman 15” is a crude generalization that […]

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