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The Jack Layton Leadership School at Ryerson has been running during reading weeks since 2013. (Ryersonian Archive)

News in brief: What you missed during reading week

Layton leadership school’s fourth year Olivia Chow, Winnie Ng, a social justice and democracy chair at Ryerson, and former MPP Andrew Cash were some of the many activists who spoke at the Jack Layton Leadership School this past week. The three-day program —  established in 2013 — aims to build knowledge and skills in social justice, activism and community. The […]

Kay and Bellows of Young Ones Group (Courtesy Mhairi Kay)

Ryerson grads and peer support program can relieve university’s counselling wait times

The Young Ones, a non-profit organization launched by a Ryerson grad, recently started an online support group to make it easier to communicate.

by Michael Chen· · Health, News
Jake Bloomfield: Mentoring students with disabilities

Jake Bloomfield: Mentoring students with disabilities

Jake Bloomfield wasn’t thinking of getting a job during his fourth year at Ryerson, but when he heard a new branch of the Tri-Mentoring Program was looking for a head mentor this fall, he immediately knew he wanted the job. The catch was that there was only 48 hours left to apply. “I’m trying to fill out the application, get all […]

by Tristan Simpson· · Arts & Life, Health, students, Top stories