Starbucks is hiring, and a startup that was born at Ryerson is helping those jobs go to refugees.
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Brexit Brexit was named word of the year by Collins Dictionary. While this win proved a blessing to headline writers everywhere – beating out other contenders such as Trumpism and “throw shade” – the dramatic sound of a British exit from the EU may be reduced to a “Brex-maybe” following the recent enactment of Article 50. This means that last […]
A Ryerson midwifery professor is helping newly arrived refugees find proper care, and is appealing for Ryerson students to assist her.
Ryersonian Weekly Wrap Episode: 43 – • RSU member resigns, the theatre school’s winter show opening and more
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“Purgatory Pilgrims,” a group of students from Ryerson, won the second-place prize of $600 for their app that provides help with language skills, job hunting and access to emergency lines.
Is it really the refugees fault?
RyersonianTV: November 17, 2015 – Paris and the fallout, Canada still pulling out fighter jets against ISIS, Santa Claus parade
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Early on Tuesday morning, 22 Syrian refugees drowned when a boat carrying 271 people capsized off the coast of Turkey. Private news organization Dogan News Agency reported that the boat was coming from a Turkish town called Datca and set sail in hopes of reaching the Greek island of Kos. The European refugee crisis worsens day by day as more […]
Ryerson University is taking a lead in post-secondary efforts to help Syrian refugees come to Canada. Over the summer, the university launched the Lifeline Syria Challenge, partnering with Toronto’s Lifeline Syria organization that helps facilitate private sponsorship of Syrian refugees in the GTA, and support for the university’s initiative is still growing. “It is what Ryerson does,” said Wendy Cukier, […]