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How to Survive Exam Season

Exam season has fallen upon Ryerson like a thick layer of snow. Slowly but surely the presence of sweatpants on campus has become a common sight. Chatter between classes is replaced with pushing and shoving into the library elevators. The two weeks that stand between a student and winter break are trying times for everyone, […]

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5 Winter Markets to Get You in a Frosty Mood

As winds blow in from the north, Toronto pulls its enormous parkas and oversized scarves out of the deepest corners of its closets, dreading the bone-chilling cold. Perhaps I am being dramatic. Winter isn’t actually that bad, especially when Toronto offers so many fun winter markets with plentiful opportunities to eat, shop, skate, and drink […]

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Top 5 Classic Toronto Winter Activities

On my way home to Pitman Hall Residence, I noticed that one of the Residence Service Desk (RSD) staff members had put up a new whiteboard post. This is a common thing for all residents in Pitman or the ILLC to see, however this one stuck out to me… (Probably because of the time of year… […]

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Goals for Second Semester

I can’t believe it’s already 2016, but I’m so happy 2015 is over. First semester of third year wasn’t my favourite, but I’m hopeful that I’ll end the school year on a high note. Here are my goals for second semester! Get inspired by my classes  My main problem with this semester was that I was […]

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Second Semester Realizations… in GIFs

Realizing you have to reestablish your sleep schedule Because no more sleeping in during the week.   Realizing you get to see your friends after an entire month apart As a commuter school student, sometimes it’s hard to make plans with friends during the break, as many of them live far away, work, or go […]

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A Student’s November in GIFS

When you realize you’re finally done midterm exams I remember when “midterms” only meant receiving a progress report from my teachers in high school. Now, it means a big test worth a significant portion of our overall grade, and a source of stress and anxiety during 85% of the month of October. As a result, […]

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