The final day of Ryerson’s Week of Welcome is marked by the school’s largest event of the year, the annual Parade and Picnic. Thousands of students march down Yonge Street to the Toronto Islands last Friday for a day filled with food, beer and concerts.
- The rapper Nas was the headliner to last Friday's Parade and Picnic. The annual event is Ryerson's largest. (Leah Jensen/Ryersonian)
- Third-year environment and urban sustainability student Amber Grant watches the performances on stage. (Leah Jensen/Ryersonian)
- Rochelle Lawrence, former vice-president of education, dances to DJ Jillionaire. (Leah Jensen/Ryersonian)
- Students watching the performances from the picnic beer garden. (Leah Jensen/Ryersonian)
- Parade marshalls on the ferry ride over to the Toronto Islands.
- Fourth-year computer science student JP McCaslin volunteered as a parade marshall. (Leah Jensen/Ryersonian)
- Urban and regional planning students arrive at the ferry docks. (Leah Jensen/Ryersonian)
- Graphic communication management student getting the crowd excited on blocked-off Yonge Street. (Leah Jensen/Ryersonian)
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