In honour of International Women’s Day, we asked Ryerson students what the day meant to them and who they are celebrating for. Here’s what they said. Justina Kewal, first-year, Politics “It’s important to remember everything women have achieved throughout history.” Alessandro Cotognini, first-year, Business Management “We have to pay more attention to the women in our lives and give them […]
Humans of Ryerson
Ryerson University is known for seeking innovative solutions to real-world problems. However, it looks like its students are still concerned about issues we hear about every day – such as equality, open-mindedness and unity. Here are some Ryerson students talking about the change in the world they would like to see. Asli Ozuak, first-year, performance production “The way we treat […]
A new year on the calendar means that it’s a great time to kick off another semester and set some goals for the next few months. This year seems to be the one when students stay focused on their school tasks, while also remembering to recognize the importance of their well-being. Here are some Ryerson students and their goals for […]
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.
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.