Post Tagged with: "Community"

The Ryerson Theatre School will soon be moving from its current 44 Gerrard St. location. (Aengus Mulroney / Ryersonian Staff)

Community should be top priority for universities

The Ryerson Theatre School building has performed its final act. As of last week, 44 Gerrard St. is no longer the place for students to study theatre, dance and production. Instead, it is getting transformed into the Centre for Urban Innovation, which will house various research groups, such as Ryerson Urban Water, the Centre for Urban Energy, the Data Science […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Editorial, Opinion
(Courtesy Alan Levine/Creative Commons)

Opinion: Campus radio uplifts our community

Campus radio is more than just a group of students chilling in a studio and listening to cool music. Although that’s what the stereotype may be (thanks to pop culture and cheesy teen movies of the ’90s and early 2000s) there’s more to campus radio than you may think. Ryerson has a campus radio station called The Scope. It’s been […]

by Alexia Kapralos· · Editorial, Opinion
UBSR conference doing numbers — Platinum tickets sold out

UBSR conference doing numbers — Platinum tickets sold out

The UBSR seventh annual conference weekend retreat platinum package sells-out.

by Jordyn Gibson· · Arts & Life
Alex Kolodkin talks with a group of Ryerson University students about his startup, SetScouter, during the Toronto Startup Open House on Oct. 30.  - Courtesy Alexis Allison, Ryersonian

Thriving ecosystem of Toronto startups on display at Startup Open House

… Powered by Cincopa Video Hosting for Business solution.Startup Open House TorontoThe first Startup Open House in Toronto took place throughout downtown on Oct. 30 from 4-7 p.m. Over 100 companies participated and over 2,300 people signed up for the event.Visitors to the Shopify office gather around a tour guide to ask questions and learn more about the company.Visitors to […]

Mark Corbett, fourth-year defenceman for the Rams. (Courtesy Ryerson Athletics Department)

Athletes helping their community

Ryerson is giving its athletes more opportunities to reach out to the community through a new initiative, Ryerson Athletic Volunteer Experience, or RAVE. “RAVE was formed because student-athletes were creating meaningful community outreach initiatives on their own and the amount of others who wanted to do the same began to grow,” said Suzanne Fenerty, who is a part of Ryerson’s athletics’ […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Rams Athletics, Sports