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I’m Will – and here is 5 fun facts!

Hi there! If you are reading this I assume you or someone you know is considering coming to Ryerson, or you are my mom (hi mom). I am so excited to be one of the new students who will spend the year showing you my life, and also what makes Ryerson and Toronto so great! […]

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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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Getting Involved

One of the best things about Ryerson is the amount of opportunities there are for getting involved in the community, and how many different types roles you can take on. I remember during my first week at Ryerson, going down Gould Street for the campus clubs day, I signed up for almost everything. My email […]

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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 Co-op at Ryerson. He was recently accepted to the Canada-Japan Co-op program via the Ryerson Co-op Office 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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