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Home Sweet Home for Ryerson’s Real Institute

Home Sweet Home for Ryerson’s Real Institute

The elevator opens up into a collaborative workspace, designed in a “town-hall” setting. Each classroom is equipped with a 90-inch screen, a projection system and a high-quality sound system.
This is the newly designed, innovative headquarters of the Ryerson English as an Additional Language (REAL) Institute.

The new 30,000 square-foot space, located in the College Park building on Yonge Street, was completed for the start of this school year and allows students and faculty to coexist in one place.

by Joti Grewal· · News, On Campus
Professor Colleen Derkatch at the Ryerson school of journalism's teach-in on Tuesday. (Chris Blanchette/Ryersonian Staff)

Perusing perspective

Why what we say and how we say it is the reason for polarity in modern culture.

by Julia Ho· · Media, News, On Campus
How should journalists approach inclusive pronouns?

How should journalists approach inclusive pronouns?

Journalists are still grappling with how to strike a balance between using inclusive pronouns and making sure readers understand them, according to Canadian Press editor Stephen Meurice. A panel on language representation in media was held by the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre at the Rogers Communications Centre on Friday, Sept. 30. Among the panelists were freelance journalist and queer media […]

by Oriena Vuong· · education, Media, News, On Campus, students
RyersonianTV: November 20, 2015 – Trans Remembrance Day at Ryerson, food cost increased, exclusive wind tunnel at Kerr Hall

RyersonianTV: November 20, 2015 – Trans Remembrance Day at Ryerson, food cost increased, exclusive wind tunnel at Kerr Hall

RyersonianTV is a daily newscast produced by the School of Journalism’s masthead class. Watch us live, Monday to Friday, at noon EST.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Newscasts, RyersonianTV
A photo of Michael Chen with one of his students in Hong Kong. (Courtesy Amanda Man)

When teaching English becomes more than adjectives and nouns

“I can’t wait to meet my students,” I thought to myself as I lined up for a taxi at the Hong Kong airport. I was so excited to teach them about taking amazing photos, interviewing people and writing articles. From July to August of this year, my role as a volunteer student teacher was to teach English through the medium […]

by Michael Chen· · Opinion, Top stories, Voices
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