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Then and now: Radio at Ryerson

Then and now: Radio at Ryerson

Community radio at Ryerson has been through many incarnations over the years. Click the links below to compare today’s programming at The Scope to the sound of Ryerson Community Radio (RCR), the school’s first independent student-run campus radio station. Founded by RTA students in 1970, RCR eventually grew to become CKLN, which folded in 2011. The Scope at Ryerson was founded in April […]

by Deanne Bender· · Features, Top stories
Students discussed lowering tuition fees in Oakham House on Nov. 26, 2015. (Ryersonian file photo)

What’s in a name?

Ever wondered how the buildings at Ryerson got their names? The Ryersonian did some digging to find out more about the people behind them. Eric Palin Hall Eric Palin was an English-born educator who helped renovate the building that now carries his name. Palin worked as a Canadian National Railways apprentice electrician for 21 years, and later trained radar technicians […]

by Dilys Chan· · Features
The not-so-normal school

The not-so-normal school

With a name that could be straight out of a Harry Potter book, Adolphus Egerton Ryerson doesn’t sound like a prime candidate for the founding of a “normal” school. But believe it or not, that’s exactly how Ryerson University got its start. In 1852, our school’s namesake opened the first “Normal School of Upper Canada” on a rural patch of […]

by Michael Lyons· · Features, Top stories
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