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Stressed about exams? Here are some expert tips

Stressed about exams? Here are some expert tips

With classes ending, and exam season coming up, it’s the time of year that is the most stressful for students. The Ryersonian spoke with Andrea Moon, a learning strategist at Student Learning Support to get some tips on how to handle exam stress. This is what we learned: 1) Make a study plan This means setting specific objectives for what you hope […]

by Esther Lee· · News, On Campus, students
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Facebook and smartphones narrowing the open web

The original open web known for its blinking text, pixelated images and blue hyperlinks was participatory. It was a production space where the people who enjoyed using it, also helped make it. “Back then it was messy and it was always broken and it was always really ugly,” Canadian journalist Sue Gardner says. The web was a space for free […]

RyersonianTV: November 19, 2015 – Leader of Paris attacks dead, heart on campus solved, students rise with Mizzou protests

RyersonianTV: November 19, 2015 – Leader of Paris attacks dead, heart on campus solved, students rise with Mizzou protests

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
Members of Ryerson Me To We taking donations at the SLC on Oct. 28, 2015, the first day of the "We Scare Hunger" campaign. (Robert Liwanag/Ryersonian Staff)

Halloween food drive scares up donations

Ryerson Me To We asks students to donate non-perishable goods for the Yonge Street Mission.

by Robert Liwanag· · Food, On Campus, students
Eno Hysi is one of two Ryerson doctoral students who won a Vanier Canada Graduate scholarship. (Melissa Myers/Ryersonian Staff)

Vanier scholarship awarded to Ryerson students

Prestigious federal prize worth $150,000 awarded to two Ryerson doctoral students.

A screenshot of cyberattacks around the world from Norse Attack Map.

Cyberattack struck Ryerson’s network before reading week

Just before students went on break, Ryerson’s network went under a cyberattack. Learn more about how it happened.

by Michael Chen· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
Alternative fitness options for those who hate the gym

Alternative fitness options for those who hate the gym

Going back to school can mean the abandonment of healthy choices for some Ryerson students who are overwhelmed by the daunting demands of academia. Dumbbells, rowing machines and treadmills are not for everyone, but alternative forms of fitness with reasonable pricing can be hard to find near campus. Here are four fitness studios within a 15-minute walk from campus with unique approaches to exercise.

by Caitlin Martin Newnham· · Arts & Life, Health, students
Celebrating 50 years of the Canadian flag at the MAC

Celebrating 50 years of the Canadian flag at the MAC

by Eman Ali· · News, On Campus, Videos
Analysis: Transform RU landslide victory shows students fed-up with Unite Ryerson

Analysis: Transform RU landslide victory shows students fed-up with Unite Ryerson

A politics professor and Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) expert says that Transform RU’s victory shows why Unite Ryerson has been successful all these years. Neil Thomlinson, who has followed RSU politics for more than 20 years, says that Unite has won in the past because it’s been organized, didn’t have opposition and knows how to get its supporters to vote. […]

by Prajakta Dhopade· · News
The Daily Scoop: Hub Burger

The Daily Scoop: Hub Burger

Meal: Hub Hamburger Ingredients: Angus beef, hamburger buns, lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles, ketchup Description: Underwhelming is how I’d describe the Hub’s hamburger. That’s the word I’m sticking with — for now. While I commend Ryerson Eats’ use of locally sourced ingredients, there was one glaring problem with this burger and that was how dry the meat was. Every bite was […]

by Aaron Navarro· · Arts & Life, Food
The Ted Rogers School of Management. (Flikr)

CIBC supports Ted Rogers with $500,000

  CIBC is supporting Ryerson with a gift of $500,000 toward student awards at the Ted Rogers School of Management, much of it specifically for females. “Ryerson is proud to partner with CIBC on advancing diversity and student opportunity,” said president and vice-chancellor Sheldon Levy, in a press release. “This important investment will have a direct influence on strengthening our […]

by Natalie Marynowski· · education, News, On Campus

LIVE BLOG: Transcend Borders Global Health Conference

by Alexis Goncalves· · Live Blog, News, On Campus
Live blog: Ryerson Student Union semi-annual general meeting

Live blog: Ryerson Student Union semi-annual general meeting

Housing woes for Ryerson’s exchange students

Housing woes for Ryerson’s exchange students

By Tamara Sestanj and Alvina Siddiqui Kristian Lindhardt was excited to start his student exchange in Toronto. But there was only one little problem: he had no idea where he was going to live for the next four months once he got off the plane. It’s a story that many international students coming to Ryerson are all too familiar with. […]

Ace Toronto facilitator, Steven Rayson, conducts asexual definition game at the Asexuality 101 Workshop in the Student Campus Centre on October 30, 2014.

Ryerson celebrates first Asexuality Awareness Week

Allies and members of Ryerson’s queer community gathered at the Student Campus Centre on Oct. 30 for the Asexuality 101 Workshop. RyePRIDE, an equity and service centre that operates under the Ryerson Students’ Union, organized the workshop to celebrate asexual awareness for the first time at Ryerson. Asexuality is a sexual identification of a person who rarely or never feels […]

by Hye-Jee Yoo· · education, News, On Campus, students
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