Post Tagged with: "space"

(Emily Silva/Ryersonian file photo)

Musicians@Ryerson help local talent

The closing of historic Toronto venues is making it harder for local musicians to thrive. Hugh’s Room, The Hoxton and The Central are just a few of the venues that have closed in 2016 and 2017. But Musicians@Ryerson, a student-run group, is making efforts to keep local talent alive. “(Hugh’s Room) is home base for the folk community and amazing […]

by Madison Good· · Arts & Life, Music, Videos
(Emily Silva/Ryersonian file photo)

Musicians at Ryerson in a jam for space

Musicians at Ryerson can come together to jam but they probably won’t be able to practise on campus. Musicians@Ryerson (M@R) organizes monthly music events, but members of the group are struggling to find space to practise at Ryerson. “There aren’t any rooms with drum kits and guitar and bass amps on campus,” says Don Tang a member of the group. […]

by Megan Stephens· · Arts & Life
Yaroslav Pustovyi (Courtesy Yaroslav Pustovyi)

Q-and-A: Former astronaut visits Rye

Yaroslav Pustovyi is a former astronaut with Ukraine’s National Space Agency, who is now working in Canada’s private space sector. Today, Pustovyi is the chairman of the Canadian Space Commerce Association, and helps run Space 1 Systems (S1S), a Canadian commercial spaceflight company he co-founded in 2009. Pustovyi spoke to Ryerson students in the SLC Tuesday about his career and […]

by Robert Mackenzie· · News, Science & Technology
(Eman Ali / Ryersonian Staff)

Space for science faculty a top priority: Levy

The growing science faculty at Ryerson is running out of resources. New professors are being hired, departments within the faculty are being created and more students are applying each year. But according to staff of the three-year-old faculty, its expansion is outgrowing the space it has and progress is being limited. Ryerson president Sheldon Levy says that creating more space […]

by Connor Brazeau· · News, On Campus, Top stories
The TRSM eighth-floor quiet zone was supposed to be renovated by the start of this school year. (Calvin Dao/Ryersonian Staff)

High costs delay Ted Rogers study space revamp

Students at the Ted Rogers School of Management have to wait a few more months before the revamping of their eighth-floor quiet study zone will be complete. The current design plans exceed the project’s $30,000 budget, and students from the business and interior design schools are now making adjustments to reduce costs. The Ryersonian first reported in October last year […]

by Calvin Dao· · News, On Campus
VIDEO: Designing solitude at TRSM

VIDEO: Designing solitude at TRSM

Finding a quiet study space in the Ted Rogers school of management (TRSM) is about to get much easier. The Ryersonian has the full story. Host: Arti Panday Producers: Josh McLean, Rebecca Mildon