Post Tagged with: "Kerr Hall"

Ryerson’s wind tunnel gets revamped

Ryerson’s wind tunnel gets revamped

Down in the basement of Kerr Hall, upgrades to a decade-old wind tunnel have officially been revealed.

by Rebecca Wood· · News
(Eman Ali / Ryersonian Staff)

Space for science faculty a top priority: Levy

The growing science faculty at Ryerson is running out of resources. New professors are being hired, departments within the faculty are being created and more students are applying each year. But according to staff of the three-year-old faculty, its expansion is outgrowing the space it has and progress is being limited. Ryerson president Sheldon Levy says that creating more space […]

by Connor Brazeau· · News, On Campus, Top stories
Ledja Rasul

Students lose big in ‘unlocky’ situation, and say Ryerson is to blame

Two first-year, biomedical science students had nearly $2,000 worth of possessions stolen from their Ryerson lockers. The students were forced to use Ryerson’s locks, and now they think the university is responsible for the stolen property. “We aren’t allowed to use our own locks; they provide the locks,” Ledja Rasul said. “There is one master key for a set of […]

by Edward Wilson· · News, On Campus, Top stories
One of the many inaccessible Kerr Hall entrances. (Ryersonian Image Archives)

Ryerson and accessibility don’t go hand-in-hand

For most people, the main problem with Ryerson’s many buildings is that they require stepping outside into winter’s cold. For someone in a wheelchair, the problems go much further. I broke my ankle at school last year, landing me in a wheelchair for four weeks. It broke during a moment of inattention. I missed a step on the stairs, fell […]

by Emma Dillabough· · Opinion, students
South gates to original campus on Gould Street. The parking lot is now Lake Devo, and O’Keefe Breweries Head Office seen in the distance is now Heaslip House (August 1961). (Courtesy Ryerson University Archives)

Archives donation reveals Kerr Hall history

A donated collection to the Ryerson Archives shines a new light on the construction of Howard Kerr Hall. It is the first complete visual collection to document the building’s formation. The Charles Roy Horney collection, gradually donated to Ryerson over the past four years, contains more than 100 scrapbook photographs and more than 200 slides. This collection fills in some […]

by Astoria Luzzi· · News, On Campus

Yes, the A/C is still running in Kerr Hall

Ryerson students feeling the chill outside — and inside — campus buildings won’t be relieved for another couple of weeks, as the school says it won’t be turning the air conditioning off until mid-October. “I feel like I need to go (to Kerr Hall) in a small T-shirt, as well as bring my parka, at all times,” said Samuel Giguere, […]

by Katrina Sieniuc· · News, On Campus