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TIMELINE: A brief history of Ryerson’s forthcoming Niagara Falls startup incubator

Ryerson’s Niagara Falls Research/Innovation Zone has been in the works since 2015 and it already has a fairly dramatic history.

by Mitchell Thompson· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
House of Anesi founders, Left to right: Jacob John, Leen Al-Taher and Stephania Stefanakou, are developing a bra that adapts to the wearers change in breast size. (Photo by Clifton Li/DMZ)

Expandable bras, a growing business

Ryerson grad Stephania Stefanakou studied fashion communication, but since graduating in 2016, she’s had a lot to learn about running a business.
Stefanakou co-founded House of Anesi with Leen Al-Taher and Jacob John. The startup is part of Ryerson’s Fashion Zone and it’s working to launch a bra that can change shape and adapt to wearers’ breast-size changes.

by Justin Chandler· · News, On Campus
PHOTO GALLERY: Shop the SLC

PHOTO GALLERY: Shop the SLC

The Amphitheatre of Ryerson’s Student Learning Centre transformed into a holiday market this week with over 50 vendors and a lot of homegrown talent.

by Kathryn Skelly· · Arts & Life, On Campus
Catherine Porter, a New York Times journalist based in Toronto, poses with a Covering Disasters: A Critical Lens conference pamphlet after her keynote address on Nov. 21, 2017. (Photo by Maggie Macintosh)

‘I cry regularly during interviews’: New York Times journalist tells Ryerson audience

Canada’s bureau chief for the New York Times, Catherine Porter, said she cries regularly during interviews with sources who’ve suffered traumatic experiences.

Porter was a keynote speaker at Covering Disasters: A Critical Lens, a Ryerson University journalism conference held on Tuesday.

by Maggie Macintosh· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
Outside of the Ryerson School of Interior Design building at 302 Church St. 
Photo by: Hayley Hanks

Curriculum changes approved for School of Interior Design

Incoming interior design students at Ryerson can expect changes to the curriculum in the near future, and many current students agree – it’s time for a change.

Ryerson’s School of Interior Design (RSID) received approval on curriculum changes that were proposed at the senate meeting held last week on Nov. 7.  

by Madison Macneil· · News, On Campus
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