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New RU Hungry app will help you find vegetarian food downtown

Five Ryerson students are developing an app called “RU Hungry”, designed to help vegetarian and vegan students manage their food budget and find eateries that cater to their needs. The idea for the app stemmed from an entrepreneurship assignment the team received. “The main problem we found while interviewing students was really how far they were willing to go between […]

by Syed Razvi· · Arts & Life, Food
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I AM Ryerson campaign raising money to send kids to camp

Ryerson Rams Care, a community outreach program created by Ryerson Athletics, recently launched the I AM Ryerson campaign to send kids from priority neighbourhoods to the university’s summer day camp. The program is aiming to raise enough money to fund 100 spots for children selected by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada. Ryerson-branded apparel is being sold at the […]

by Syed Razvi· · News
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Islam Awareness Week engages students through teachings and events

Every year, the Ryerson Muslim Students’ Association (MSA) holds their Islamic Awareness Week where individuals get more insight into the religion through “Dawah” or vocal invitations. Each day focuses on various themes including introduction to Islam, Islamic clothing, sounds of Islam and eating the Prophetic way and the response has been admirable according to one of its coordinators and hosts. […]

by Syed Razvi· · Arts & Life
Photo credit: creative commons. Known for his contributions to theoretical physics, renowned scientist Stephen Hawking died Wednesday at 76.

‘He proved us all wrong’: World-renowned British scientist Stephen Hawking dies at 76

World-renowned British scientist Stephen Hawking died Wednesday morning at his home in Cambridge, England. He was 76. Known for his contributions to theoretical physics and his studies of black holes and relativity, Hawking also wrote several popular books, including A Brief History of Time. At 22, Hawking was given only a few years to live after being diagnosed with the […]

by Syed Razvi· · News
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Table Tennis Club to offer free coaching

  The Ryerson Table Tennis Club is now offering free coaching to students willing to pick up a paddle. Founded in 2015, the club has grown over the last three years and is now training newcomers to build up its ranks, and will move itstables to the Mattamy Athletic Centre (MAC) next week.   Club president Mustafa Malick said the […]

by Syed Razvi· · News, Sports
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