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My Favourite English Courses at Ryerson

I have now graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in English. At first, I was scared to graduate and join the so-called ~real world~ but now I am excited to start taking what I’ve learned here at Ryerson and putting it into practice. As I come to the end of my degree, […]

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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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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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How I Survived 4 Years of Commuting to School

Ryerson is known as a commuter school, which means a lot of students choose to live at home and travel to and from school everyday. During my four years here, I have been an active member of the commuter community on campus. I’ve used public transportation to travel from my home on the east side of […]

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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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University Freedom: What It Means And What To Do About It

As a seasoned residence advisor I have seen my fair share of move-in days. All over campus you can feel the excitement, the nervousness and the overwhelming feeling of uncertainty. You can see the hugs of nervous parents or supportive friends reluctant to say goodbye. Or perhaps you’ll see the students who have started this terrifying […]

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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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