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.
This week, Ezra Levant spoke at an event hosted by the Ryerson Campus Conservatives, a total of four mumps cases have been confirmed on campus, and so much more.
Justine Latour’s “Au Natural” explores society’s stereotypes towards the human body and the importance of eliminating stigma through the use of art.
Graduate Justine Latour’s collection is being showcased at Ryerson Artspace in the Gladstone Hotel from March 9 to April 2.
There is now a fourth confirmed case of mumps at Ryerson.
‘Mad Max’ came to campus to talk policy and encourage students to become members of the Conservative Party of Canada.
The Rebel Media’s publisher Ezra Levant encountered a group of protestors who disrupted his talk.
Ryerson Students for Wishes took over the Student Learning Centre for a good cause.
This year, Holi was celebrated from March 12 – March 13. Despite the delay and cold weather, this didn’t stop the Ryerson Indian Students’ Association from holding their biggest Holi event to date.
Ryerson survey finds students split on mandatory indigenous culture course.
Students should rethink buying weed off the street, say staff at Cannabis Culture.
Over 800 high school students spent their time fixing, testing and battling robots over the weekend of March 10 to 12.
Architecture and engineering students describe hallucinating after all-night studio sessions.
Long commutes are also part of the picture.
University’s commuter hostel program a “good machine that kept on running.”
Ryerson employee infected with mumps.
Barry Avrich is giving back to Ryerson with his exclusive archives of original films, raw footage and extended interviews.
Picture yourself snacking on cookies and cake while talking about death. Sound interesting? Well, Ryerson aims to give you just that at its first-ever death café.
YouTuber and U of T student Josephine Mathias criticized Ryerson instructor Kelly Train in a video last week after Train rejected her sister’s proposal to write an essay on the wage gap being a “myth.”
Ryerson’s school of journalism cancelled all classes to host a day-long seminar about the future of journalism.
Dozens of students helped give out food, drinks and other charitable goods to the homeless.
Liberal MP visits Ryerson to promote national strategy for Alzheimer’s and dementia.
Happy St.Patrick’s Day! We asked Ryerson students how they show off their Irish spirit on St.Patrick’s Day. Hilarity ensues.
This week, Ryerson is one step closer to expanding to Brampton, the school of urban planning cancels trips to the U.S. due to Trump’s travel ban, and so much more.
Guests spoke to student journalists about privacy in a time of extreme surveillance.
Why what we say and how we say it is the reason for polarity in modern culture.
Gail Cohen, media director for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, discussed how the role of the journalist has changed in turbulent times.
“There are attacks on journalism right now and I think it’s important that an institution like this deals with journalism.” – Alina Ghosh, journalism student “I think … now more than ever, that we need to show how we get our stories and how we promote them.” – Swi Karoli, journalism student
For the first time ever, Ryerson’s school of journalism asked its students to attend a teach-in on the current threats facing journalists.
The city hasn’t provided enough leadership and funding to make it a sanctuary city, professor says.
Vice journalist Sarah Hagi told journalism students Tuesday how she confronted her online trolls “face-to-face” while wearing her hijab.
Psychology professor Diana Brecher led a discussion on resilience, grit and optimism.
In an email last month, Chris De Sousa, professor and director of the School of Urban and Regional Planning at Ryerson University, said that the decision was made to “ensure that no one in our community would face the barriers to participation that could result from shifting American travel policies.”
Hold onto your Presto cards, GTA students, Ryerson may be coming to Brampton. Deb Matthews, minister of advanced education and skills development for the Ontario government, confirmed to the Toronto Star yesterday that Ryerson is interested in expanding its campus, in partnership with Sheridan College. Brampton is quickly growing in size and development, and a university might just be what the […]
Ryerson’s School of Journalism organized a teach-in Tuesday.
SMASH runs bucket beats event in SLC to promote well-being on campus.
After years of complications with the famous Sam the Record Man sign, Ryerson is finally bringing it back this summer.
Being a journalist is a rewarding job. But is it worth your life? Journalist Luis Horacio Nájera talks about the dangers of being a journalist in Mexico.