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Taking Advantage of Free Workshops

There’s no doubt that transitioning from high school to university can often be a huge shock, and requires some time to adjust. Well, Ryerson wants to help make this switch as easy as possible for students by introducing them to the different expectations of higher learning. How? With tons of free workshops, of course! The […]

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5 Reasons Why 8am Classes Aren’t So Bad

Okay okay, I know most of you are probably already shaking your heads at this BUT before you press the little X at the top right corner just hear me out. My concentration levels are MUCH higher in earlier classes (with a black coffee of course). I’m much more awake and notice I retain more information […]

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5 Differences Between Writing High School vs. University Level Papers

Making a smooth transition from high school into university can be frustrating. You’re putting in the same amount of effort and work but you’re not getting the marks you’re used to getting? Although the standard of writing is obviously higher, there are certain elements of writing which differ and could be the difference between an […]

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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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The magestic St. Lawrence Hall on the South West Corner of King Street East and Jarvis Street.

City Discoveries!

After returning from Ryerson’s newly introduced fall reading week, that took place last week, students are (hopefully) refreshed and recharged to be back at school. I know I am! The time I had during reading week provided me with a great opportunity to make use of some great Toronto resources that are practically at my […]

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