FCAD is in the beginning stages of planning a building to support indigenous artists.
Senior-year Ryerson students say their proposal for sustainable campus T-shirts is a realistic possibility.
RyersonianTV: Ryerson’s Image Centre gets a makeover, the university plays host to a curling championship, and more
This week, Ryerson begins its redecoration of the Image Centre, curling’s finest participated in the WestJet Players’ Championship hosted at the MAC, and so much more.
From our April 6 broadcast, Justin Bellmore reports on the controversy around the Ryerson student film, “As Niagara Falls.”
The Ryerson University Hip-Hop Union wants to grow its Ryerson presence.
Two of our reporters take you on a tour of Ryerson’s commuter hostel.
Fourth-year film studies student Hanna Jovin is the director of her thesis project, Erika, a short film about her grandmother in Bosnia during the Second World War.
On Tuesday, women wore red to protest the wage gap. April 11 marks the day women must work until each year to earn the same amount that men make in just 12 months.
” … I like this tension between the known and the unknown, and that’s what I play on in my collection a little bit.”
What students owe when they leave school affects not only them, but also the economy, according to the Canadian Federation of Students.
Ryerson University currently has the highest total number of student sugar baby signups in 2017 so far.
The donation will be matched by Ryerson University.
A tech company that was born in Ryerson University’s DMZ has received $750,000 from Google for its digital education technology.
Film studies alumnus Andrew Munger said asking students to take down Ryerson logo is “disgusting.”
Students will be able to voluntarily input and update their information at any time.
RyersonianTV: Niagara Falls mayor comments on controversial student video, number of U.S. applicants on the rise, and more
This week, the Ryersonian speaks with Niagara Falls mayor Jim Diodati about a controversial documentary produced by students, the number of U.S. applicants to the university is up 60 per cent, and so much more.
Dara Jarallah and Ameer Asghar hope their wins expand the reach of their businesses.
6 Fest, the Wellness Centre and $1.2 million deficit: RSU questioned by students at annual general meeting
The meeting did not reach quorum but the 35 Ryerson students who attended the RSU’s annual general meeting questioned the board’s decisions.
Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, indigenous scholar, writer and artist speaks to the Ryersonian about joining Ryerson as distinguished visiting professor.
As Ryerson’s school of urban planning cancels its U.S. trips, a Muslim urban planning student tells her story.
“Everyday, somebody’s life is being changed and the real tragedy is all the people who don’t get that chance.”
Newly appointed minister Indira Naidoo-Harris also wants more women named to provincial agencies.
Graduate students say they want to represent themselves, and not rely on the RSU.
Members of the RSU have teamed up with Students Supporting Israel to support Jewish students on campus.
Ryerson is hiring a crisis communications officer, but that doesn’t mean there’s reason to panic, according to Michael Forbes, group director of communications at the university.
The university provided about $6.2 million in SAG funding for 2016-2017, up 20 per cent from 2015-2016.
In a recent report released by Ryerson’s Board of Governors, a 2015 study found that 57 per cent of Ryerson students graduated with debt.
Some students and parents will be affected by the federal government’s decision to axe the transit credit.
UPDATED: Ryerson president apologizes for use of logo, not students’ work, in video criticizing Niagara Falls
Ryerson University president Mohamed Lachemi apologized for the use of the university’s logo in a video made by students of the School of Image Arts, not the film itself, he clarified in an interview with the Ryersonian today.
Ryerson’s first ever Style Expo gave students the chance to relax, and brand representatives the chance to bring in new clientele.
The Board of Governors plans to increase student grant amounts by 50 per cent for the rest of this year, among other things.
For low-income students, the dream of a university education will soon come without the burden of debt, thanks to the new Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) strategy.
Ryerson has one of the lowest overall tuition fees in Ontario, after factoring in ancillary and student union fees.
Ryerson held its first ever death café last Thursday evening. The event drew in people from a range of programs and aimed to erase the unease that often comes with talking about the end of life.
This week, the Board of Governors meeting took place, Ryerson announced plans to introduce a survey to collect race-based data on students, and so much more.
A recent Ryerson survey suggests that there are more weed smokers in the Faculty of Arts than in any other faculty, which reinforces the stereotype of the liberal arts and pot.
Building a one-stop subway extension in Scarborough could increase the commute time for residents by an additional 19 minutes, according to a new analysis by Ryerson researchers.
The Ryersonian’s Holly Walker reports on how Muslim women are challenging stereotypes surrounding the hijab.
” … fact-based reporting will trump anecdotal evidence, always.”
Ryerson’s Mattamy Athletic Centre hosts annual blind hockey tournament.
Starbucks is hiring, and a startup that was born at Ryerson is helping those jobs go to refugees.
Ryerson’s Students Supporting Israel (SSI) group backed out of the Ezra Levant event on campus last week after two members of the group received threats.
U.S. professors fear ‘Trump travel ban’ will isolate the country, after Canadian schools cancel trips.
Ryerson’s Next Top Speaker competition brought both tears and laughter on the topic of “what if?”
Teams collaborate to tackle the global water crisis for the chance to enter an international million-dollar competition.
A new study by a Ryerson professor and master student suggests that chewing gum while shopping may result in longer shopping times.
The RSU organized Ryerson’s first-ever Style Expo in the Student Learning Centre to encourage students to relax during the difficult month of March.
Political science prof. suggests reneging on electoral reform might be part of the drop but it may just be temporary.