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.
Tibetans rallied in Yonge-Dundas Square to end the alleged ethnic cleansing in China and the demolition of Buddhist institution Larung Gar. They also hope for the return of their spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama.
Hundreds of Tibetans came together on Friday in a rally for the 58th anniversary of the Tibetan Uprising Day at Yonge-Dundas Square.
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.
HALIFAX — It’s heartbreak for the Rams. The Carleton Ravens defeated the Ryerson Rams 78-69 in the men’s basketball championship game. Ryerson still takes home a silver medal, but silver’s not the colour they wanted. For the Ravens, it’s their seventh consecutive championship, a marvel in the highly competitive world of university sports in Canada. Plain and simple, Carleton was the better […]
HALIFAX – Nine seconds left. The Ryerson Rams are up 59-58, but Dalhousie has possession. An inbound pass gets the ball to Kashrell Lawrence, a 5th-year forward who has been mancing teams all weekend. He pivots, takes the ball inside. Three seconds left. He’s surrounded by Rams. Time is almost out. He fires. A jump shot from just inside the […]
The Rams will finally have a chance to play for the trophy. And they’ll do it against their OUA rivals, the Carleton Ravens.
The RamPack take their show on the road to the East Coast to cheer on the Rams in the Final 8.
UPDATED: Sociology instructor allegedly slams student for rejecting the concept of a gender wage gap
In an email, Ryerson sociology instructor Kelly Train wrote that the wage gap is “very real,” before writing that “[t]he reality is patriarchy.”
Rams athletes honoured across Canada and Ontario in basketball, volleyball and hockey.
The student representatives for Ryerson’s highest governing bodies have been announced.
Ryerson students from across a number of faculties came together to give Dubai a farming option that would work in its climate. They competed against other teams and came back winners.
In this week’s news, the Rams’ men’s basketball team celebrated their victory in the OUA championship for the second year in a row, Ryerson engineering lecturer Brian Petz is under fire for controversial Facebook comments, and so much more.
Masters student Kate Mackenzie discusses her documentary film debut: “The Secret Marathon.”
With Wednesday having been International Women’s Day, The Canadian Journalism Foundation’s J-Talks event on harassment of women in the media seemed appropriate.
There’s one language we all understand, and that’s art. Ryerson Spanish professor Enriqueta Zafra is turning her Spanish 402 class into an interactive language exchange through Hispanic arts and culture appreciation, a teaching method not often seen in Ryerson language programs.
This story was updated to include guest speakers, topics covered, and a quote from Janice Neil. This story was updated to include a field report on the teach-in. Ryerson’s journalism students will be the focus of a day-long event Tuesday, amid increasing hostility toward the media industry. The university’s school will cancel classes and encourage students to attend a special […]
Ryerson students talk about bike accommodation on campus.
The Rams advance to the semifinal on Saturday with their opponent to be determined.
On International Women’s Day, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau dedicated a Facebook post to her husband that some found controversial. Watch to find out what Ryerson students think.
By: William Brown & Luke Galati HALIFAX — It’s all set. The U Sports men’s basketball tournament Final 8 is already underway, as the Carleton Ravens and Calgary Dinos finish up the first of four games today. Ryerson fans travelling to Halifax arrived this morning by plane and took the bus downtown to support their team. They now wait patiently […]
We spoke to the winners of the RCDS election to see what’s in store for the upcoming school year.
While International Women’s Day is one dedicated to celebrating the females in our lives, Sophie Trudeau, wife of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, had a different message for women. In a Facebook post yesterday, she called for a celebration of “the boys and men in our lives who encourage [women] to be who we truly are.” Despite this, members of the Ryerson community are […]
Students have until this Thursday to vote online for who they want to represent them on Ryerson’s two major governing bodies.
Five women were recognized for their work in shaping black history in Canada.
Signage company Sunset Neon has been selected to restore the historic Sam the Record Man signs, Ryerson announced Wednesday. The signs will be placed atop 277 Victoria St. near Yonge-Dundas Square. The project is expected to start this spring and will be completed later in 2017. To prepare for installation, the City of Toronto and Ryerson University had to study […]
While Toronto may have come a long way in its establishment of bicycle infrastructure, it still has far to go.
Ryerson University will receive $128,000 in funding for the development of spacecraft dynamics testing.
The Ryerson Men’s Issues Awareness Society (MIAS) wants to apply again for student group status.
Today is Toronto’s 183rd birthday. We took to the streets to find out just how many people really know how old Toronto is turning. Whether the age is known or not, the love people have for their city is very clear.
By: Alexandra Pankratz, Jennifer Ferreira and Monique Jagpal A large moving van was hit by an oncoming car at the corner of Jarvis and Gerrard streets around 3 p.m. today. Four firefighters and two police officers reported to the scene. There was a fuel leak from one of the vehicles. Firefighters have since swept sand across the scene to prevent further spilling. […]
Ryersonian TV’s Laura Woodward breaks down the latest news in the world of business in the time it takes her to finish a beer. YouTube’s new TV streaming service, Sunrise Record’s takeover of HMV stores and Starbucks.
Harman Singh, vice president of student life and events, vowed again that all students who issue a request for a refund will get their money back from the 6 Fest concert — but he says he needs more time.
Ryerson beat the Carleton Ravens on their own court 86-79 to win gold at the OUA championships.
Rams forward and captain Adika Peter-McNeilly led all scorers with 29 points in a topsy-turvy game that saw Ryerson trailing after three quarters.
Ryerson’s men’s basketball team beat Ottawa 76-75 and will play in the Wilson Cup, which it won last year for the first time. The win also sends the Rams to the nationals next weekend.
The University of Manitoba dean was appointed Ryerson’s new provost and vice-president, academic on Wednesday.
Watch this week’s campus news on Ryersonian TV. This week, we looked at a TA who was fired by university for anti-Semitic comments he made last year at a mosque, Rams men’s basketball star Adika Peter-McNeilly’s take on the OUA championships this weekend, and so much more.
Ryerson Student group R.U. Veg is asking, is the fur trim worth the tag? Ryersonian TV’s Joseph Wong has the story.
This version adds from Ryerson’s VP faculty affairs, a member of Hillel Ryerson and Ryerson security By Allan Perkins and Justin Bellmore A teaching assistant in Ryerson’s faculty of engineering and architectural science no longer works for the university after he made anti-Semitic comments at a downtown Toronto mosque last summer. Ayman Elkasrawy had called for the purification of the “Al-Aqsa Mosque […]
In 2016, the University of Calgary paid $20,000 to ransomware hackers and Ryerson suffered two ransomware attacks. Ryerson didn’t have to pay the hackers any money, but the school may not be as lucky in the future. Brian Lesser, Ryerson’s chief information officer (CIO), submitted a report at the Jan. 31 Board of Governors (BoG) meeting suggesting that Ryerson needs […]
The Legal Innovation Zone at Ryerson received a $50,000 grant from the Law Foundation of Ontario to research how technology innovation can give young people better access to the Canadian justice system. “We invited a call for applications and the Ryerson Legal Innovation Zone submitted an application which we approved. It has a reputation for doing cutting-edge work looking at […]
Watch this week’s campus news on Ryersonian TV. This week, we look at the passing of Stuart McLean, more clashes between pro and anti abortion groups on campus and how Trump’s Muslim ban is still being felt at Ryerson.
In the final week of January, Digital Media Zone (DMZ) executive director Abdullah Snobar presented the upcoming five-year plan of the incubator’s development at a Ryerson Board of Directors meeting. According to Snobar, the cornerstone of this plan will be the startups DMZ plans to support in the years to come and how Ryerson’s zone learning program can participate. “We […]
After years of paying out-of-pocket for campaign materials, student candidates in Ryerson’s Board of Governors (BOG) election will receive financial aid from the university. Administration will test how $200 in campaign funds helps student BoG candidates gather materials for an effective election campaign. Ryerson president and BoG member Mohamed Lachemi said the decision was made in response to […]
Sarah Cunningham-Scharf Jaclyn Tansil Allan Perkins On Friday afternoon, a group displaying anti-Islamic messages and signs gathered outside the Muslim Association, Masjid Toronto. There seems to be a small protest forming outside the Muslim Association of Canada at Dundas and Chestnut right now. Anyone wanna cover it? pic.twitter.com/bnAQNFxsxW — Andrea Houston (@dreahouston) February 17, 2017 In an act of […]
Ryerson now has its very own 3D print lab, the FCAD Fab Lab, in the Ryerson School of Interior Design (RSID) at 302 Church St., but it will not be available for all Ryerson students. The budget for the new 3D print lab was approximately $130,000 which included 15 printers, and the supplies. Jeremy Littler, a technical support worker […]