City of Neighbourhoods Ep. 2: St. Lawrence & Distillery District

I loved my latest adventure for the second episode of City of Neighbourhood (CON). These are two of my favourite places downtown and some of the most recognizable ones for people outside of Toronto. If you haven’t checked it out or it’s been a while since you’ve visited, do yourself a favour and go exploring! […]

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Student Life Highlight: StyleCircle

“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. StyleCircle is one of my all time favourite groups […]

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11 Festivals To Check Out This June In Toronto

Summer festival season is upon us. If you’re going to be in town this June, do yourself a favour and check some of these out! A lot of them are free, and that’s always a great time. – Taste of Toronto Where: Garrison Common, 100 Garrison Rd. Toronto When: June 15-18, 2017 Price: Starts at […]

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City of Neighbourhoods #1: Queen St. W & Kensington

  Oh, hi there!   My name is Karin and I going into my 4th year at Ryerson studying Media Production. This summer I’ll be showing you all the reasons I love Ryerson and Toronto, so if you don’t already follow @WhyRyerson you should go that. Go. QUICK! I love anything media and am a self-proclaimed Starbucks addict. Typically, […]

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Favourite Quick and Easy Recipes

We’re all students on a budget here. If you’re looking for new meal ideas check out some of my favourite recipes that I have tried and successfully made all by my adult self. Those well-lit, highly-saturated, fun food videos aren’t just there for the catchy music people, try some! I’ve personally tried all of these […]

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Best Day Trips from Toronto

Now that the school year is over, thoughts of summer and the freedom that accompanies it begin to filter through my mind. I spent my final days in class fantasizing about booking a one-way ticket to Paris, and hanging out along the Seine with surrealist artists who encourage me to publish my novel, when suddenly I remember […]

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Part 1: Having an (urban) farm-tastic time!

Rain, rain, go away. Come again another day when-I’m-not-doing-some-gardening-on-the-Green-Rooooooof. That’s how the song goes right? No? Well, ok. I guess the best place to get started is by introducing myself. So, hello! My name is Emily, and I’m a Communications Officer for the Office of the Registrar at Ryerson University. When I’m not busy in-office […]

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6 Celebrities You Didn’t Know Went To Ryerson

Ryerson might be known for hosting part of the annual Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), however it has also been host to a few celebrities themselves. We have always prided ourselves on making our university experience as immersive and hands on as possible- and here’s the proof! Check out 6 of our grads who have […]

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Art Communities at Ryerson

In second year, my creative writing professor told me that it is a common myth that artists work alone, when in fact the most important thing an artist can do is surround themselves with a community of like-minded individuals. As a writer myself, the best thing I ever did was start a writing club so […]

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Living On or Off Campus?

Now in my fourth year at Ryerson, I’ve had the chance to live both on and off campus. Deciding where to live is not always easy, as there are numerous factors including costs, accessibility, convenience, and safety. Not everyone can afford to live downtown, but not everyone has the energy to commute for three hours […]

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