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A Letter From 36,000 ft.

Let’s get real for a few minutes, I knew that coming to Ryerson brought with it a number of commitments. I’ve been taking planes for as early as I can remember – to Mexico with my parents or even quick flights to California with some friends. I’ve never really thought much of it up until […]

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Travelling Home for the Holidays in 10 GIFs

Being an out-of-province Ryerson Student, once a year I get to enjoy the thrill of flying home for the holidays. Here’s 10 gifs that show you what to expect during your first time flying home over winter break: 1. Every flight ever is full. 2. When you find a flight, It’s always 10x more expensive than literally […]

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Five Things I Already Know I’ll Miss About Europe

Dessert Paninis When you think “panini”, you probably picture a small, healthy grilled sandwich. Well throw that aside and make room for the monster that is a dessert panini. We can all agree baguettes are delicious right? Well the Europeans have a habit of making paninis out of a FULL LENGTH ONE. Now picture this […]

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Sommer’s Toronto Treasure List: Final Spot

For this third and final spot get ready for some fun and games, great snacks and smart vintage finds in an ultra iconic area! This location is great to explore by yourself, with some friends, or even with a school club/team. Bathurst and Bloor, in the Toronto Annex, boasts the iconic building/retailer “Honest Ed’s,” as […]

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Sommer’s Toronto Treasure List – Second Spot: Summerlicious

For the second stop on my Toronto Treasure List, be sure to bring your appetite! Stop number two is: Summerlicious! If amazing restaurants, cafes, pubs and diners less than a stone’s throw from Ryerson campus interest you, then this tasty culinary experience definitely deserves a spot on your “to do” list. This scrumptious Toronto event […]

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Sommer’s Toronto Treasure List – First Spot: The Mackenzie House

Hi There! I’m Sommer, a recent graduate of the Graphic Communications Management program at Ryerson University. As a student of a vibrant and exciting downtown campus I was able to experience the surrounding Toronto area first hand. Toronto is an amazing city to study, learn and live in, with a diverse and urban downtown core […]

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RyeTAGA Attends the 65th Annual TAGA Conference

Last week, the student group, RyeTAGA (Ryerson Student Chapter for the Technical Association of the Graphic Arts), travelled to Portland, Oregon for the TAGA (Technical Association of the Graphic Arts) Conference. The TAGA Conference is an annual event that is dedicated to extending, sharing and furthering knowledge within the Graphic Arts Community among industry members, […]

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RyeMUN Goes to McMUN

This past weekend, RyeMUN, a student group dedicated to diplomacy and debate at Ryerson, travelled to Montreal to compete in the McMUN conference, better known as McGill Model United Nations. Montreal is a beautiful city and it was my first time to both the McMUN conference and the city of Montreal. As head delegate, I […]

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