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How to Actually Be Productive Between Classes

The best thing about class schedules in university is that you get to pick and choose between different class times to create your dream schedule. But planning the perfect schedule often requires trade-offs, like hanging around campus for a few hours’ in-between classes. I’ve had breaks as short as 1 hour, to my longest one yet at […]

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Robots Invade Ryerson!

Admissions Communications team member, Matt, gives you the inside scoop on the Ryerson robot invasion! — Did you know that Ryerson students starting this fall will be the class of 2020? It’s amazing how far into the twenty-first century we’ve stumbled, isn’t it? To give some perspective, Back to the Future Part II was set a […]

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WhyRyerson at NXNE Interactive!

Last week Ryerson was honoured to host the NXNE Interactive conference in our very own Ted Rogers School of Management! Known as “Future Land,” attendees were in for a day full of all the latest tech in music, gaming, and interactive technology! There was also a series of panels surrounding the future of the industry, and […]

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Ryerson’s New High School Summer Program!

Are you interested in design, technology, science and engineering? Do you feel like you aren’t getting enough exposure to them in high school? Well, you’re certainly not alone, and Ryerson has a cool new program to combat this! V4LAB is a new and innovative summer high school program held by Ryerson’s Faculty of Engineering and […]

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My Week In Pictures – A Visual Guide To Student Life

  Heys guys! Today I’ll be continuing the “My Week In Pictures” blog series. These posts are designed to give readers a better understanding of what life as a student at Ryerson University is like. Each picture corresponds to one school day during the last week of March. Let’s get to it!   Monday Attended […]

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Klaptic – A Wearable Technology Exposition

Hey guys! These past few weeks I’ve had the opportunity to work with some fantastic people developing a company known as Klaptic. Klaptic is a comprehensive system that incorporates wearable technology in order to solve a major problem – the issue of medical drug compliance. In other words, Klaptic looks to solve the underlying problem […]

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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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Ryerson News: January 26-30

Check out last week’s biggest news stories from across campus! Tom Anselmi joins Ryerson as distinguished visiting professor in sport business Ryerson Today http://ow.ly/In9VO “Tom Anselmi, a Canadian sport industry executive with over 25 years of experience in the sports and entertainment business, has been appointed a distinguished visiting professor at the Ted Rogers School […]

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