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Downtown Event Spotlight – Comic Con 2014

  There is always a cool event happening around Ryerson campus and nearby downtown area! I was in the vicinity of Union Station when I noticed tons, upon tons of people in awesome costumes heading towards the Metro Toronto Convention Center. Curious, I asked one of the cosplayers (Spiderman, to be exact) what the big […]

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Cycling: The Best Way to Travel (but Only in the Netherlands)

The Netherlands isn’t really known for much. There’s no real famous export product, or food, or world star (save a few DJs and soccer players) that everyone knows and loves. I think it’s because the real gem of the Netherlands has to be experienced right here in the country: cycling. The country had adopted cycling […]

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My Week In Pictures – A Visual Guide To Student Life cont.

Greetings fellow readers! Just like my last Week In Pictures post, this piece will not be as word-intensive as most of our other blogs. While it may be true that a picture can say a thousand words, I’ve added a little caption to each of image to provide some more context. The pictures span from […]

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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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Student Nights at Rams Hockey Games

Thursday, January 30th, the Student Ambassador team and I attended the Rams Men’s hockey game vs. Brock University for one of the most exciting events on campus; Student Nights! Rams hockey games are one of the greatest places to show your school spirit and have a fun night out with friends. “Student Night” at men’s […]

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The 15 Stages of Reading Week

If you are reading this post, congratulations, you have made it to the winter reading week 2014. At first you will feel like: You’ll do things like this: and this: Until you get an email from your professor reminding you of that essay that is due after the break and you will cry. Before you […]

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AL Event – Skating at Nathan Phillips Square!

One of the nice perks about leaving in residence is having an AL (Academic Link). Your AL is there for you both academically and socially! They promote community within your academic program so you can meet fellow classmates! This past weekend my AL Jessica planned a social event to go skating at Nathan Phillips Square. […]

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Winter Week of Welcome 2014!

We’re back! Did you miss us? I sure missed my home-away-from-home during the incredibly long break! After a month of relaxing and doing absolutely nothing, I’m definitely thrilled to get back into the swing of things, especially with these blog posts! And one of the best parts about starting classes again is the many activities […]

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