Where Gould and Church Street meet, you will find Ryerson’s George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre, the home for the many different sectors of engineering. With large lecture rooms and engineering labs, most students will find themselves with a class in this building at some point in their academic careers.
Humans of Ryerson
On the second floor of the Podium building, you can find Ryerson’s Service Hub, the Hub Café and large groups of students and alumni eating, studying or simply chatting.
Here are some peas on this side of the POD.
The Beach on the sixth floor of Ryerson University’s Student Learning Centre is a gathering place to study, chat or even take a quick nap. With a large number of students occupying the floor, it’s easy to get lost in the sea of people.
With Halloween around the corner, people are gravitating towards haunted houses and scary movies to get their fill of frights. We talked to a few Ryerson students to learn what they are truly scared of.
There’s more to O’Keefe House – the old brick residence on campus – than meets the eye. The historic building was owned by Eugene O’Keefe, the owner of the once-famous O’Keefe Brewery that existed on the corner of Bond and Gould streets back in 1879. It wasn’t until 1963 that Ryerson took over the property.