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Ryerson reacts to A- score on sexual violence policy report

Ryerson reacts to A- score on sexual violence policy report

A- isn’t a perfect score, but it’s considered Canada’s best.

Last week, Our Turn, a student-led advocacy group assigned grades to Canadian schools based on how they each deal with sexual harassment. With a A-, Ryerson came out on top.

by Kayla McLaughlin· · News, On Campus
The Ryerson Career Centre and the RSU are offering students a grant during unpaid internships. (Photo by Simona Catalano)

New grant offers financial support for unpaid interns

The Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) in collaboration with the Career Development Centre has created a new grant for students in unpaid internships. The Career Development Grant became official late Thursday night and applies to any Ryerson student currently in an unpaid placement, regardless if it is for a credit or not.

by Simona Catalano· · News, On Campus
Faculty have been on strike for almost a week now, marching around George Brown College, St. James campus. Holding signs that promote fair employment opportunities. (Natasha Hermann)

Strike has Ryerson nursing students stuck

Second-year nursing students in the collaborative degree program between George Brown University and Ryerson University will miss their weekly clinical placements this semester due to a province-wide college strike.

by Natasha Hermann· · News, On Campus
Ryerson divided on #MeToo sexual assault campaign

Ryerson divided on #MeToo sexual assault campaign

Canadian actresses Sarah Polley and Larissa Gomes are just two of many women who have brought forward allegations of sexual harassment and assault at the hands of now-infamous producer Harvey Weinstein. But A-list stars are not the only ones sharing their stories.

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
Construction workers are making progress in the renovations of 110 Bond St. for the relocation of FCAD creative zones at Ryerson on October 17. 
(Nicholas Baxter/Ryersonian)

FCAD Creative Zones to be relocated to Bond Street

Ryerson University’s Faculty of Communication and Design (FCAD) creative zones will finally have their own space.

Currently 110 Bond St. is being renovated to become the central space for the zones and is projected to be complete by spring 2018. Charles Falzon, dean of FCAD, said the renovation will create a more innovative space for the zones to collaborate.

by Melissa Bennardo· · News, On Campus
Ryerson’s Image Arts Centre Building, completed in 2012. 
(Photo by Kevin John Siazon)

Enrolment on the rise but space in short supply

A student’s shoulders dropped slightly when he entered room 239 in Ryerson’s Kerr Hall South. Scanning from left to right over the frame of his glasses, he looked for a proper seat, but his search came up short. His midterm was about to begin.

He resorted to a lone seat in the path of the doorway. It was clearly brought in separately and was far too small for a comfortable fit, but at least it had a desk attachment.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Features, News, On Campus
Robyn Buttigieg, one of the leaders of Ryerson’s climbing club, places her feet on a difficult climbing route. (Photo by Sal Farooqui)

Ryerson sports go vertical with new rock climbing club

Cameron Lawrence clings onto a wall by the tips of his fingers, nearly upside down. He crouches down and prepares to use his legs to explode upwards to grab a finger hold about a metre above his head.

With a grunt, he leaps into the air and slaps the handhold above him, but he is not quite able to grab onto it, and he crashes down on the padded floor. Standing up, he covers his hands in a helping of chalk to dry up the sweat on his fingers and tries again. Then, hits the ground again. And over and over again, more than a dozen times.

by Ryersonian Staff· · On Campus, Sports
TORONTO, ON - Aug 29, 2015 : Ontario University Athletics Soccer Game Action between Ryerson Rams and University of Toronto Varsity Blues. Praveen Ahilan #1 of Ryerson Rams leaps high and pushes the ball over the ball out of play. (Courtesy Alex D'Addese/Ryerson Rams Athletics)

Rye bolsters eligibility checks for athletics

Ryerson Athletics is reviewing its grade monitoring process among student athletes after the men’s soccer team was penalized for academic ineligibility by the Ontario University Athletics and U Sports.

An unnamed player failed to meet academic requirements back in September, forcing the team to forfeit its first six games. Had the wins stood, the team would have been in fourth place overall in the country.

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, On Campus, Sports
Casandra Fulwood, co-ordinator of the Racialised Students' Collective. (Photo by Milca Kuflu)

Mental health services need more diversity

Ryerson’s Health and Wellness Centre has been a vital resource for students battling mental health issues, but its lack of diversity has many students of colour feeling left behind.

The hued racial composition on campus is hard to miss. Walk along Gould Street on a busy afternoon and you’ll see a true reflection of Toronto’s fast-growing ethno-cultural community, which now makes up almost half of the city’s population.

by Milca Kuflu· · Health, News, On Campus
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Striking college faculty picket at Ryerson

While most Ryerson students returned to the classroom this week, several students and faculty from the collaborative nursing program between Ryerson, George Brown and Centennial College have had their classes halted as a result of the Ontario college faculty strike.

After failing to reach an agreement between the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) and the College Employer Council (CEC) by the 12:01 a.m deadline Monday, about 12,000 faculty at Ontario’s 24 colleges went on strike in order to advocate for increased job security for part-time workers and greater academic freedom, among other issues.

by Simona Catalano· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
The Ryerson Fastpitch team, along with family and coaches, following the provincial championships on October 15th. (Bryce Turner/Ryersonian)

Rams fastpitch scores game win in inaugural playoff run

The second season of fastpitch at Ryerson was a year of many firsts.

Last weekend the team made the trip west to Kitchener for their first ever appearance in the provincial championships and won their first ever playoff game in the process, following 10 wins in the regular season.

by Bryce Turner· · On Campus, Sports
Explore more of Toronto this weekend by checking out these events. (Ryersonian Staff)

Majority of Ryerson students are in programs not in demand by employers

A study of post-secondary institutions in more than 30 countries revealed that the majority of students are not taking majors that are in high demand by employers, and Ryerson’s students are not an exception.

The study is called Education at a Glance 2017 and it was conducted by the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) last September. The OECD is an intergovernmental organization made up of 35 member countries including Canada.

by Mansoor Tanweer· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
RSU to hold equity centre levy referendum

RSU to hold equity centre levy referendum

The Ryerson Students’ Union is seeking a new fee to fund a support line for sexual assault survivors, and a campus food service.

If implemented, all full-time students would pay a compulsory $5 twice annually—once in the fall term and once in the winter term—to support the Sexual Assault Survivor Support Line (SASSL) and the Good Food Centre (GFC).

by Iris Robin· · News, On Campus
Ryerson’s quad will be closed starting May 2018, due to repairs to the Ryerson Athletic Centre’s roof. (Photo by Alexis Perikleous)

Students raise concerns over Kerr Hall quad closure

Ryerson will temporarily lose some of its limited green space next summer due to the restoration of the Recreation and Athletics Centre’s (RAC) roof.

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, On Campus
The crowd follows Cheryl Trudeau (left), Idalia Boyer and Brenda Macintyre (right) as they bring the vigil to an end, walking away from Allan Gardens on Oct. 4, 2017 (Photo by Alexis Perikleous)

Sisters in Spirit vigil remembers missing and murdered Indigenous women

Allan Gardens was home to the annual Sisters in Spirit vigil to honour the lives of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls on Wednesday night.

The vigil was organized by the Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto and is one of many vigils held across Canada on Oct. 4.

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
FEATURE 
Photo by Devika Desai

Ryerson contract lecturers doubtful of changes to Bill 148

Colman Hogan has been a contract lecturer at Ryerson University for over 20 years but his salary is almost a third of a full-time staffer.

His case is emblematic of an issue that new provincial legislation is trying to solve: employees being paid less and going without benefits because of their contract status. But not all professors are convinced that the bill goes far enough.

by Devika Desai· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
Ryerson students and faculty will be receiving cyber security awareness pop-ups when they log into their my.ryerson accounts during the month of October (Photo by Victoria McMurchy)

Ryerson is trying to hack you for Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Think twice before you respond to an email or click an email attachment this month since it could be a scam—or Ryerson disguised as a scammer. Computing and Communications Services (CCS) at Ryerson launched an educational campaign and contest on Oct. 2 for Cybersecurity Awareness Month to teach Ryerson community members how to protect themselves online. Students and staff will […]

by Maggie Macintosh· · News, On Campus
RSU's Camryn Harlick tears down the poster for Generation Identity outside the Student Campus Centre. (Photo by Donya Ziaee)

Racist poster by anti-immigrant group taken down on campus

A poster for the Canadian chapter of the white supremacist group Generation Identity appeared on Ryerson campus Monday morning – only to be torn down shortly after. The poster was on a board outside the Student Campus Centre. It was taken down by the Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) vice-president of equity, Camryn Harlick, late Monday morning.

The Canadian branch of Generation Identity made news last month when its recruitment material began popping up on multiple university campuses.

by Donya Ziaee· · News, On Campus
Vigil commemorates ongoing trauma left behind by residential school system

Vigil commemorates ongoing trauma left behind by residential school system

Although the last residential school in Canada was shut down in 1996, the trauma caused by the institution still exists today.

On Sept. 30, a vigil was held in front of the Egerton Ryerson statue to commemorate the ongoing trauma left behind by the residential school system. About 100 people from Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities gathered in a circle in front of the statue, which they covered with an orange cloth.

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, On Campus
Females far less likely to run for student elections, University of Alberta study

Females far less likely to run for student elections, University of Alberta study

Gender is the single largest factor in whether undergraduate students run for school elections, according to a recent report from the University of Alberta.

The study, named Identity Matters! found that women are just as interested in student politics as men, but are far less likely to actually run.

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
(Brian B. Bettencourt)/Ryersonian

Alleged assault at Ram in the Rye leaves student with broken eye-socket, nose

No arrests have been made in an alleged assault that left a Ryerson student with a broken eye-socket and nose, at the Ram in the Rye early last Thursday morning.

The 21-year-old victim was involved in an argument in the washroom, which escalated into an alleged assault, police said.

by Aidan Macnab· · News, On Campus
Sam the Record Man sign to return on Victoria Street. 
(Ryersonian archive photo)

Sam the Record Man will light up the city again

The famous Sam the Record Man sign will return by the end of the year if everything goes as planned.

Sunset Neon is the company tasked with rebuilding the sign. Account manager Tony Bianchi said they hit a few obstacles along the way.

by Brooke Taylor· · News, On Campus
breastfeeding parents are left with little support at Ryerson. (credit: Pixabay)

OPINION: Breastfeeding spaces at Ryerson

How hard is it to find a place to breastfeed at Ryerson? Surprisingly, pretty hard. Even getting a straight answer from faculty and staff was nearly impossible. And some campus staff don’t know that breastfeeding spaces exist.

After a day of trying to find breastfeeding spaces for student-parents, both designated and not, I found that spaces that were supposed to be available weren’t and I’d have to wait hours for the others.

by Brooke Taylor· · On Campus, Opinion
Jen Gonzales, director of RU Student Life, said she sees awareness as a crucial first step for increasing student engagement. (Photo by Angela McLean)

Campus events failed to involve almost half of surveyed first-years in 2016

Almost one-half of first-year students who were surveyed in 2016 said they were uninvolved in campus social activities, according to a survey published by Ryerson’s Board of Governors in June.

The poll, which surveyed 205 students, found 45 per cent of them said their actual experiences of getting involved in campus activities fell short of their expectations, with about 13 per cent saying they were engaged “much less than expected.”

by Kayla Douglas· · News, On Campus
Street view of the Bond building located on Ryerson campus on Sept. 26, 2017. 
(Photo by Julia Lloyd)

Ryerson building to be demolished

Ryerson’s campus is about to lose a building.  

Ryerson’s Capital Projects and Real Estate building at 111 Bond St. will be demolished as part of a new campus development.

A pedestrian link to the Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex will replace the Bond Street building and serve as a connection from Church Street to Bond Street.

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, On Campus
Journalism innovation hub coming to Ryerson

Journalism innovation hub coming to Ryerson

Ryerson’s school of journalism and the Digital Media Zone (DMZ) are teaming up with Facebook to create a digital news incubator, the first of its kind in Canada.

The announcement is part of the Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly’s planned restructuring of Canada’s cultural policy, which she calls Creative Canada.

by Mansoor Tanweer· · News, On Campus
Inside of Hard Feelings you can find books that are located on the shelf and
in other areas of the building. Photo taken on Sept. 26, 2017. (By: Julia Lloyd)

The wait for Rye’s ongoing counselling services is over, for now

For the first time in at least four years, there was no wait for ongoing counselling at the Centre for Student Development and Counselling (CSDC) on Monday.

This time last year, on top of waiting up to two weeks for an assessment appointment with a Ryerson counsellor, students had to wait four to five weeks to access ongoing counselling services.

by Maggie Macintosh· · News, On Campus
The wellness centre has been held up for a year but will be operational in the basement of the SCC in January, said RSU president Susanne Nyaga. (Photo by Aidan Macnab)

Wellness centre to open next semester

After a year-long delay, renovations that violated building codes and thousands of dollars paid by the Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU), a mental health support centre will finally open next semester.

Former RSU president, Obaid Ullah, said that the current administration is accusing the previous one of fumbling with the renovations for political reasons. He said the code violations were due to the work not being completed, as he and former vice-president of student life, Harman Singh chose to pause the renovations in order to pay back students for the 6Fest debacle.

by Aidan Macnab· · Health, News, On Campus, students
Home Sweet Home for Ryerson’s Real Institute

Home Sweet Home for Ryerson’s Real Institute

The elevator opens up into a collaborative workspace, designed in a “town-hall” setting. Each classroom is equipped with a 90-inch screen, a projection system and a high-quality sound system.
This is the newly designed, innovative headquarters of the Ryerson English as an Additional Language (REAL) Institute.

The new 30,000 square-foot space, located in the College Park building on Yonge Street, was completed for the start of this school year and allows students and faculty to coexist in one place.

by Joti Grewal· · News, On Campus
Victor Findlay stands in front of the Mattamy Athletic Centre, home of the Ryerson Rams men's hockey team. (Photo by Steven Ellis)

RTA’s Victor Findlay on the way up

When Ryerson introduced the sport media program to the school of radio and television arts in 2014, there was a bit of mystery to the program. But in March of 2014, Sportsnet gifted Ryerson with close to $750,000 to build upon the program. It truly was the future of the industry.

Enter Victor Findlay, a fourth-year Ryerson sport media student who has become the exact student the school was hoping to create.

by Steven Ellis· · Off Campus, On Campus, Sports
Aidan Dolan (courtesy of Alex D'Addese/Ryerson Rams Athletics)

First year spells change for Ryerson baseball player

If you take a look at the Ryerson baseball team roster, you’ll notice many of the players are from Ontario – Toronto, Markham or Scarborough, for example – but this year, the team has a new player who’s neither from Ontario, nor from Canada.

Aidan Dolan made the trek over the southern border from the U.S. to start his first year at Ryerson this fall. Dolan hails from Buffalo Grove, Ill., a town just north of Chicago.

by Bryce Turner· · Baseball, On Campus, Sports
Farley Chatto showed his Czar Nicholas II collection at Fashion Week. (Emily Rivas / Ryersonian Staff)

Ryerson has a new fashionable partner

After many seasons of offering their expertise to Ryerson students, Canada Fashion Group (CFG) has officially partnered with Ryerson University for Toronto Fashion Week.

(Courtesy of the Ryerson Students' Association)

Sundown Music Festival TO

The RSU hosted the Sundown music festival yesterday, which featured acts like The Skins, Joey Bada$$ and Miguel.

The crowd had a night filled with good food, good music and great vibes. Here’s a recap:

by Shantia Cross· · Arts & Life, Music, News, Off Campus, On Campus
Erick DeLaurentis waved the flag high and proud to kick off the Invictus Games taking place in Toronto. Ryerson was the last stop on the tour before the flag was raised at city hall on Sept. 22. (Photo by Julie Faye Germansky)

PHOTO GALLERY: Invictus flag tour comes to the MAC

The Invictus Games first took place in London, England in 2014 as a demonstration of the strength of soldiers and veterans. Three years later, it’s Toronto’s turn to host the games. Over 500 competitors from 17 countries will compete between September 23-30.

by Julie Germansky· · News, On Campus, Sports, students
Science Literacy Week ends Sept. 23. 
(Photo by Sophie Armstrong)

Students experiment during Science Literacy Week

Robotics, gene testing, DNA extraction, ice cream prepared instantly with liquid nitrogen – those are a few of the interactive activities Ryerson offered during the countrywide event known as Science Literacy Week.

Science Literacy Week kicked off Tuesday at the Student Learning Centre and has showcased experiments and hands-on science activities from different fields of scientists.

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, On Campus, Science & Technology
(Ryersonian file photo)

UPDATED: Digital counselling for students approved during RSU meeting

Ryerson students may be getting more services in their health and dental plan, if a new digital counselling service, myWellness, is approved.

Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) vice-president operations Ali Yousaf put forward a motion at the Sept. 21 Board of Directors (BoD) meeting. The motion proposes for the RSU to provide a digital counselling platform through myWellness for students suffering from mental illnesses.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Health, News, On Campus
Ryerson men’s soccer team forfeits six games

Ryerson men’s soccer team forfeits six games

The Ryerson Rams men’s soccer team is forfeiting the first six games of the season after it was revealed that a player has been deemed ineligible to play.

A member of the team failed to meet the academic requirements to be considered an active member. The identity of the player is being withheld from the Ryersonian for privacy reasons.

by Kayla McLaughlin· · News, On Campus, Soccer, Sports
City of Toronto employees prepare to evict homeless people situated on the sidewalk outside of Tim Hortons on Victoria St. (Photo by Julie Faye Germansky)

Homeless evicted outside of Tim Hortons

Several homeless people who had settled at the entrance of Victoria Street’s Tim Hortons were evicted Wednesday morning by the City of Toronto.

Homeless people have been congregating on the edge of the sidewalk in front of the Tim Hortons for years, said a longtime member of the Ryerson Security team. Recently, a tent was put up there, as well as a makeshift milk-crate platform bed.

by Julie Germansky· · News, On Campus
(Photo courtesy of Pixabay)

Go Global Expo fits the world into Kerr Hall

The Go Global Expo will bring a world of opportunities to Ryerson students at Kerr Hall West. Created by Verge Magazine, a publication that features and promotes various ways to study and work abroad, the expo brings in exhibitors from global volunteering and international exchange programs to speak and network with students. Now in its eighth year, the event aims […]

by Christine Chua· · News, On Campus
Leslie Melo was able to speak to her family in Mexico for a few minutes before phone service was cut off due to the earthquake. (Photo by Sophie Armstrong)

Mexico earthquake hits close to home at Ryerson

The impact of the deadly earthquake that struck Mexico City on Sept. 19 is being felt on Ryerson’s campus Leslie Melo, who works at Pancho’s Bakery churro stand at the intersection of Yonge and Gould streets, has family in Mexico City who have been impacted by the earthquake. Thankfully Melo’s family is safe, but after speaking with them for only […]

by Sophie Armstrong· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
A Ryerson student uses one of the re-usable bottles that were given away by the RSU. (taken by Ricardo Serrano)

DisOrientation week begins at Ryerson

DisOrientation, an initiative that promotes campus student groups that work on social and environmental issues, kicked off on Tuesday with a street fair. The week-long event is organized by the Ryerson Students’ Union’s equity and social justice committee. It will run until Sept. 21. An art workshop, activist panel discussion and comedy show are some of the activities that DisOrientation […]

by Ricardo Serrano· · News, On Campus
Co-founder of the Muslim Faculty and Staff Community Network, Sarah Bukhari,  (Photo by Ricardo Serrano)

New Ryerson Muslim faculty group hosts Eid event as kickoff

Ryerson’s first-ever Muslim faculty group held their inaugural event on campus last week. The Muslim Faculty and Staff Community Network was formed by Sakeena Mihar and Sarah Bukhari. They said they wanted to support and bring together fellow Muslim members of Ryerson’s faculty and staff. “Being a Muslim is a challenge,” said Mihar, who works as a web content strategist […]

by Devika Desai· · News, On Campus
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RSU trains staff to use naloxone after university decides not to

The RSU has equipped its equity service staff with naloxone kits after the Ryerson administration’s decision not to provide them to campus security personnel. Some equity staff have already been trained at the Sherbourne Health Centre to use the antidote for opiate overdoses. Others will undergo training soon, according to Camryn Harlick, the RSU’s vice-president of equity. “Ideally, we’re looking […]

by Aidan Macnab· · News, On Campus, students
Evening rates for the Dundas Square Green P parking garage will go from eight dollars to nine dollars, said the Toronto Parking Authority. (Photo by Jessica Cheung)

Green P parking to raise hourly rates

By: Jessica Cheung  Parking at the popular Dundas Square Green P parking facility will cost you an extra loonie per hour following the adoption of a proposal by the Toronto Parking Authority (TPA) Monday morning. The rate hike will go into effect in October. The proposal came early last week with a pitch to implement rate hikes on off-street parking […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
(Ryersonian Archives)

Amazon bid could mean big things for Ryerson

Toronto is in the running to become the site for a second Amazon headquarters, and if the city wins the bid, it’ll mean big things for Ryerson University students. Amazon promises a US$5 billion construction investment to the winning city and as “many as 50,000 high-paying jobs,” the company said in a press release. 50,000 jobs and +$5B in investment – […]

Naloxone kits are available at pharmacies across Toronto to anyone with a valid Ontario health
card. (Kayla Douglas/Linsey Raschkowan/Ryersonian)

VIDEO: Accessing naloxone is simpler than you’d think

Video was made by Linsey Raschkowan and Kayla Douglas     Picking up the antidote to a life-threatening illegal narcotic might seem like an intimidating task, but in reality, it’s as easy as picking up any other prescription in Ontario pharmacies. Accessing naloxone, the antidote used in fentanyl and other opioid-related overdoses, is more important than ever on a university […]

by Aidan Macnab· · Health, How to, News, Off Campus, On Campus, Videos
From left to right: Yazan Zafar, Daniel Carey and Deva Veylan won first prize at the Greater Toronto Emerging Green Professional Hackathon: Zero Carbon Retrofits. They now get a chance to present their proposal to the Toronto Catholic School Board. (Photo by Mansoor Tanweer)

Ryerson students win chance to convert elementary school to green tech

A team consisting of two Ryerson students and one from Carleton University has won the opportunity to help a Toronto school take a big leap into the future. Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School in Scarborough is looking for ways to retrofit its building in order to become a net zero-energy school. To achieve this goal, the elementary school turned […]

by Mansoor Tanweer· · Environment, News, On Campus
Mexican journalists often encounter persecution, harassment and espionage, Navarro said. (Photo courtesy of Pixabay)

Targeted for reporting on the drug war: Mexican journalist speaks at Ryerson

By: Ricardo Serrano  Persecution, harassment and espionage. These are some of the things Mexican journalists encounter on the job.   Adela Navarro spoke at Ryerson University on Wednesday night and shared her experiences working as a journalist in Mexico, documented as one of the most dangerous places for the press. Just this year four journalists have died, according to Reporters […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Arts & Life, On Campus
Dean of FCAD Charles Falzon, Author Margaret Atwood, and founder and CEO of Audible Don Katz at the launch of Audible in Toronto. (Photo by Brendan Dellandrea)

Audiobook producer Audible partners with FCAD

Ryerson University’s Faculty of Communication and Design (FCAD) has teamed up with Audible to create more opportunities for students. Audible announced its official launch in Canada and its partnership with Ryerson on Wednesday morning. “We’ve earmarked $12 million over the next three years to invest in Canadian writers and Canadian voices,” said Don Katz, founder and CEO of Audible. According […]

by Joti Grewal· · News, On Campus
Ryerson introduces new platform to bolster your resumé  

Ryerson introduces new platform to bolster your resumé  

Third-year Ryerson student Musa Raveendran didn’t realize being an uncle would add value to his resumé. But with the help of Student Life’s new program “Level Up,” Raveendran said the program helped him recognize the valuable transferable skills, such as organization, time management and innovation, he’s developed through being an uncle. “Using these various forms of documentation, I was able […]

by Julie Germansky· · career, education, News, On Campus, students
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