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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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Things to Do Around Toronto This November

November seems like a kind of dull month events-wise. Everything seems to happen in its neighbouring months, October and December. But, November in Toronto is way more fun than you may think! Therefore, today I have listed a few events happening in our city, some free, some not. Nonetheless, they are all bound to be super fun […]

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A Friends Guide to Midterms

It’s midterms season everyone! Whether you’re a rookie or a vet, a test worth 20% or more of your mark is still a daunting task. If you’re like me, and used reading week to binge watch a few too many Netflix series, use this five step guide to get you back on track in time […]

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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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7 Tips To Conquer Course Enrolment

One of the most exciting, and let’s be honest, terrifying parts of starting university is course enrolment. Don’t worry, we understand. This is probably a completely new system for you, and trust me when I say we were all in your shoes at one point. To start off we use RAMSS (Ryerson’s Administrative Management Self Service). […]

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Discounts at Ryerson

What’s better than a student discount? Little to nothing at this point, especially while you’re on a student budget. Here are some really great discounts you can get with a flash of your student card. Metro #vegetables A post shared by @kaczkabiegaczka on Feb 19, 2016 at 10:27am PST The Metro at 89 Gould Street […]

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RSU Services You Forgot About

During Orientation Week were all bombarded with flyers and coupons that we hardly have the time to read through them all. Even if you did have to the time to read a few the chances are that you’ve probably forgotten what most of them said. So take advantage of all these awesome (and free!!) services the […]

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Campus Coffee Tips

I drink too much coffee. In a gradual process largely spurred by my enrolment in a masters degree, I went from nursing a cup of coffee with cream every morning to requiring a continuous espresso drip to get through the day. Although my addiction to the black stuff is likely shaving years off my life, […]

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Working On Campus

Finding the time to work and study in your first few years on campus can definitely be challenging! Especially around exam season, your schedule will get pretty tight. Lucky for you, there’s a great new resource on our campus known as Career Boost! Career boost is not a new concept – in fact, we’ve had something […]

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