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The Mattamy Athletic Centre will soon play host to Ryerson's spring convocation ceremonies but it's undecided whether it will host them permanently. (Photo by Luke Bellus)

Spring convocation ceremonies moving to MAC

Ryerson’s next cohort of graduating students will celebrate their convocation at the Mattamy Athletic Centre (MAC) for the first time.

by Angela McLean· · News, On Campus
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What I learned at Ryerson: Friends come and go

Over the years, I’ve had many friends come and go in my life. Whether it was from moving or changes in school, we’ve somehow always managed to lose touch. There have also been some friendships that have ended because they proved they weren’t good influences or true friends. One thing that was hard about coming to Ryerson was having to […]

by Kelsey Rambaran· · Editorial, Opinion
New grads are worth the investment

New grads are worth the investment

For graduating or recently graduated students, having the money talk is hard.

For many students, the idea of landing a job is just as stress inducing as not. This is what’s known as a career identity crisis.  (Courtesy of Wikicommons)

A nine-to-five day scares millennials away

Career anxiety among Ryerson students is a growing problem.

A new study says university graduates don't have the essential skills necessary for the workforce. (Ryersonian)

New grads lacking essential skills

Ryerson University is expressing interest in a pilot program that will assess whether new graduates are prepared for the workforce. The program is a result of a study, conducted by the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario (HEQCO), that found that new university and college grads were lacking essential skills like problem-solving and math. Ryerson hopes to be a part […]

by Greg Hanna· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
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