Articles by: Kasia Dundas

Caring Clowns (courtesy of Ryerson Journalism)

Little-known courses provide students with creative outlet

Ryerson offers courses that combine learning with fun: photography, fairytales and fantasies, history of modern propaganda for example. But what about the ones that aren’t like any course you’ve ever taken? Here are a few uncommon courses and programs offered at Ryerson and Ryerson’s Chang School of Continuing Education:   Caring Clown (CSCC) No “clowning” around — the program is […]

by Kasia Dundas· · News, Top stories
L-R Léonce Fraser, Schneider Electric Canada, Bob Chiarelli, Ontario Minister of Energy and Sheldon Levy, president Ryerson University

Ryerson teams up with province on first university Smart Grid Lab

Canada’s first university-based smart grid laboratory is now open. The lab, created in partnership with the province and Schneider Electric, was unveiled Wednesday. A smart grid is an intelligent electricity distribution system that uses two-way communication between consumers and the grid so it can better control the supply and demand of energy. Bob Singh, the Independent Electricity System Operator distinguished […]

by Kasia Dundas· · Science & Technology
‘Classier Tinder’ app launches in Toronto

‘Classier Tinder’ app launches in Toronto

If you’re tired of Tinder hook-ups, a new American dating app that recently launched in Toronto may have what you’re looking for. Hinge, branded as a “classier” Tinder, will allow you to skip the awkward glimpses and instantly connect with campus hotties. Instead of matching users by location, Hinge uses your Facebook profile information to create a list of about […]

by Kasia Dundas· · Arts & Life
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