Post Tagged with: "St. Patrick’s Day"

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What St. Patrick’s Day is really all about

It’s the one day a year that anyone can feel a little bit Irish. St. Patrick’s Day, is celebrated every year on March 17, and has become known for its raucous parades and parties, its necessity for green, and its guilt-free drinking. “It’s a day to drink green beers … Go a little [crazy], have a party,” says first-year Ryerson […]

by Krizia Ramos· · News
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10 Student Budget-Friendly St. Paddy’s Festivities

As a student, we get it, you’re on a budget. But that doesn’t ever stop you from having fun. Whether you’re swamped with work, looking for a classic St. Paddy’s bash, or something a little alien, we’ve got ideas to keep you having fun. Long Night Against Procrastination – Ryerson University If you’re piled up in midterms and essays and […]

by Erin Hesselink· · Arts & Life, News, students
Gallery: Ryerson University sees green on St. Patrick’s Day

Gallery: Ryerson University sees green on St. Patrick’s Day

by Leslie Walker· · In pictures, On Campus
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Around Campus: March 17-23

For the fighting Irish: This Monday, follow the rainbow to find your pint of gold at the Ram in the Rye. If you think that 11 a.m. is too early to get St. Patrick’s Day started, just remember that it’s always 5 p.m. somewhere. Prizes and giveaways will be handed out throughout the day and a live performance by Don […]

by Bryan Sparrow· · Arts & Life
Queen's University students at their homecoming football game last year. (Photo Yearbook and Design Services)

School spirit does exist at Ryerson

I remember the day I got accepted to Ryerson’s journalism program like it was yesterday. I came home from school and found the letter during my daily ritual of rifling through the mail. I tore into it like a child opening a present on Christmas morning and scanned the full page of words looking for the only sentence that mattered. […]

by David Owen· · Opinion, Voices
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