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A How-To Guide to Group Projects

This is going to sound strange, but when I first started university, I genuinely believed that high school marked the end of my group project days. Instead, I can tell you that I have had at least one group project every semester, so I was totally wrong. As I worked on my last group project of my […]

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Your Application Feedback Wanted!

Are you applying to Ryerson? Having trouble finding important info?Feeling a bit stressed?   Tell us! Share your application feedback to help us make the process easier for you and future applicants. We want to know the challenges you’re facing – and any roadblocks you encounter – whether you’re currently attending high school, in college, […]

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7 Ways To Get Around Toronto Without A Car

Toronto is is both a small city (when you compare it to the likes of Los Angeles or New York) and also a very, very large city. With so much to do and so little places to park, it’s no surprise that a lot of downtowners don’t actually own a car. It’s expensive, traffic is […]

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Student Life Highlight: Ryerson Musical Theatre Company

“Student Life Highlight” is a new series that highlights student groups in the faculty of communication and design. Through interviews with students from the student group and working with them day-to-day, Student Life Highlight aims to show you the great things that Ryerson has to offer. — The Ryerson Musical Theatre Company (RMTC) is an […]

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Guest Blog: Canada-Japan Co-op

Adam Adair just completed his third year in Computer Science at Ryerson. He was recently accepted to the Canada-Japan Co-op program at Ryerson, and is sharing his experience so far below! — About me My name is Adam Adair, and I will be posting blogs of my adventures while I’m in Japan for the Canada-Japan […]

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City of Neighbourhoods Ep. 5: Harbourfront

Visiting the Harbourfront is a perfect way to spend a day or a night in the city. It’s really unfortunate that many people who visit our city don’t realize how gorgeous our waterfront is. Yes, we’re known for busy streets and high-rises but, come on! The Harbourfront deserves more recognition. Don’t believe me? Watch the vlog […]

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Best Libraries in Toronto

Arthur spoke nothing but the TRUTH when he told us that having fun isn’t hard when you’ve got a library card! As a writer and English student, I remain partial to libraries. Not only are libraries free, but they are great places to get inspired by the shelves of books that surround you. It is my […]

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City Of Neighbourhoods: Ep. #4 – Yorkville

For episode 4 of City of Neighbourhoods I decided to check out one of the must luxurious spots in Toronto, Yorkville! With 28-million-dollar condos and $60 cups of coffee, it may be a while until I can afford a place here (probably never going to happen but hey, a girl can dream!), so for now we’ll […]

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City of Neighbourhoods Ep. #3: Entertainment District

Here is the third stop on my City of Neighbourhoods tour! Although many people pass off the Entertainment District as a tourist area, as a local I spend a bunch of time there! Where else can you find Toronto’s best restaurants, clubs, theatres, and fun attractions? Whether you’re stopping by Toronto for a day or […]

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The Donut Guide to Toronto

There is no snack more Canadian than a classic donut. While Tim Hortons donuts are good on points of convenience and price, Toronto’s donut scene has so much more to offer for your taste buds. We’re a city that loves donuts so much that last year someone created a donut map of the TTC! Use […]

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