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Outside of the Ryerson School of Interior Design building at 302 Church St. 
Photo by: Hayley Hanks

Curriculum changes approved for School of Interior Design

Incoming interior design students at Ryerson can expect changes to the curriculum in the near future, and many current students agree – it’s time for a change.

Ryerson’s School of Interior Design (RSID) received approval on curriculum changes that were proposed at the senate meeting held last week on Nov. 7.  

by Madison Macneil· · News, On Campus
Chantelle Cruzat-Wherein is a first-year-student and she’s “scared University is going to be too much to handle.” (Photo by Aileen Zangouei)

Students transitioning to university are most vulnerable to mental health issues

The gap between being a first-year and a fourth-year student isn’t as big as it seems, but it’s a gap filled with a lot of experiences, fears and anxieties.

by Aileen Zangouei· · Features
Photo by Julie Faye Germansky

OPINION: Letter to My Ex-Professor(s)

I was stuck in the worst subway delay of my life, in a five-station closure that doubled my commute time to just over four hours.

But, where most students would have simply headed back home, I was more concerned with getting to this specific class. Anxiety was an understatement. 

by Christine Chua· · Opinion
How to ace your exams

How to ace your exams

Taylor Moyle uses the leitner method to see if he can learn about something he knows nothing about. Watch and find out what happens.

(Courtesy Yell Rebel website)

A theatre company full of Ryerson grads

A Ryerson grad has started her own theatre company with the help of her former classmates. Yell Rebel theatre company began as 2012 Ryerson theatre grad Eva Barrie’s idea, but required more than one person to become a reality—so Barrie pitched her idea to Noah Spitzer, who attended the theatre program with her. “Noah and I worked on shows [together] […]

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