Humans of Ryerson

​“I actually didn’t want to come to Ryerson. It was, like, a last minute choice, I guess. To be honest, I didn’t know what I wanted to do so I applied to completely different things everywhere. I think it was May or June and I was like, you know what, I am just going to go to Ryerson. There are good days and bad days here, it can be difficult at times. In engineering, there sometimes isn’t time to hangout with your friends and it is a lot of work — 8 a.m. classes are the worst. It takes me almost two hours to get here commuting, so I have to wake up around 5 a.m. So when I get to class, I am falling asleep, so I am missing out on learning. There are a lot of guys in my program and I actually went to an all girls school in high school. I like the experience and how different it is. I feel like I am just one of the guys at this point.”

(Manbir Gill, second-year computer sciences)

Manbir Gill. (Alex Pankratz/Ryersonian Staff)

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