Articles by: Richa Syal

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How accessible is Ryerson?

When it comes to building new spaces on campus, accessibility always seems to be an afterthought. Ryerson has been taking steps to make the campus more accessible for people with disabilities, but exactly how accessible is our campus for those with mobility impairments? I requested an access tour to find out for myself. I met Heather Willis, the accessibility co-ordinator […]

by Richa Syal· · Opinion, students, Voices
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Campus map goes virtual

A collaborative Ryerson research project is aiming to use 3D interactivity to change city planning. The Participatory Campus Planning project is a pilot study within FCAD led by professors Frauke Zeller and Ali Mazalek from the Synaesthetic Media Lab. They are developing a system as the new approach to planning Ryerson’s future campus. The prototype uses a virtual world model […]

by Richa Syal· · News, On Campus, Science & Technology
From Ryerson to Tanzania

From Ryerson to Tanzania

It was 4 a.m. when they landed. Their flight was an arduous 24 hours long, with layovers in Switzerland and Germany. When they finally stepped out of the airport into complete darkness, there was an air of uncertainty and unfamiliarity. The next seven days in Tanzania would prove to be nothing like they expected. The purpose of the trip was […]

by Richa Syal· · Features
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