“I think if you work at the right place though, and they get that you are a student, it can be good.”
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“You don’t realize how on your own you really are.”
” … we chose Ryerson because we wanted more job opportunities.”
This week, Ezra Levant spoke at an event hosted by the Ryerson Campus Conservatives, a total of four mumps cases have been confirmed on campus, and so much more.
“…I figured that Ryerson would be a good place with access because it is in the downtown core.”
‘Mad Max’ came to campus to talk policy and encourage students to become members of the Conservative Party of Canada.
Ryerson International has confirmed in a statement to the Ryersonian that while there are several members of the university in London, England following a deadly attack, not all have been reached.
Ryerson survey finds students split on mandatory indigenous culture course.
University students, often first-time renters, continue to be unaware of their rights as tenants and feel taken advantage of by property owners.
Ryerson’s own Aero Design team competed at the Society of Automotive Engineers’ Aero Design Series in Texas last weekend.
“…in order to become a leader, the first step is to go abroad and see the world because that experience will help you gain more insight into other cultures.”
Over 800 high school students spent their time fixing, testing and battling robots over the weekend of March 10 to 12.
“I enjoy watching Grey’s Anatomy on these couches, eating my food and occasionally hanging out with friends…”
Hani al Moulia is a first-year computer engineering student who is also a photographer and a part of Prime Minister Trudeau’s Youth Council. He spent three years as a Syrian refugee and lived in a Lebanese camp with his parents and six siblings. This is his story.
Architecture and engineering students describe hallucinating after all-night studio sessions.
Long commutes are also part of the picture.
University’s commuter hostel program a “good machine that kept on running.”
YouTuber and U of T student Josephine Mathias criticized Ryerson instructor Kelly Train in a video last week after Train rejected her sister’s proposal to write an essay on the wage gap being a “myth.”
“It can be hard to find life-long friends, but that is what we have here.”
Ryerson’s school of journalism cancelled all classes to host a day-long seminar about the future of journalism.
Dozens of students helped give out food, drinks and other charitable goods to the homeless.
Liberal MP visits Ryerson to promote national strategy for Alzheimer’s and dementia.
Happy St.Patrick’s Day! We asked Ryerson students how they show off their Irish spirit on St.Patrick’s Day. Hilarity ensues.
This week, Ryerson is one step closer to expanding to Brampton, the school of urban planning cancels trips to the U.S. due to Trump’s travel ban, and so much more.
“…you come here for the classes but you stay here for the community.”
Gail Cohen, media director for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, discussed how the role of the journalist has changed in turbulent times.
“Our entire friendship [revolves] around food.”
In an email last month, Chris De Sousa, professor and director of the School of Urban and Regional Planning at Ryerson University, said that the decision was made to “ensure that no one in our community would face the barriers to participation that could result from shifting American travel policies.”
Ryerson’s School of Journalism organized a teach-in Tuesday.
“I feel like I am just one of the guys at this point.”
Alia Youssef is photographing Muslim women in their environments to celebrate their individuality.
“I want to make content that will make people feel things.”
UPDATED: Sociology instructor allegedly slams student for rejecting the concept of a gender wage gap
In an email, Ryerson sociology instructor Kelly Train wrote that the wage gap is “very real,” before writing that “[t]he reality is patriarchy.”
“Being a part of iBoost for less than a year or two, I have had the opportunity to grow my ideas. I have invented a product called Dust Dot, which is essentially a dustpan that doesn’t leave a line. I have also won two awards from the Norman Esch Foundation that have been $5,000 and $8,000 grants. Originally at Ryerson, […]
In this week’s news, the Rams’ men’s basketball team celebrated their victory in the OUA championship for the second year in a row, Ryerson engineering lecturer Brian Petz is under fire for controversial Facebook comments, and so much more.
Masters student Kate Mackenzie discusses her documentary film debut: “The Secret Marathon.”
While International Women’s Day is one dedicated to celebrating the females in our lives, Sophie Trudeau, wife of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, had a different message for women. In a Facebook post yesterday, she called for a celebration of “the boys and men in our lives who encourage [women] to be who we truly are.” Despite this, members of the Ryerson community are […]
Aerospace engineer student, Prati Pradhan, shares what it means to earn the iron ring. A century old tradition that holds significance for many to this day.
Watch this week’s campus news on Ryersonian TV. This week, we looked at a TA who was fired by university for anti-Semitic comments he made last year at a mosque, Rams men’s basketball star Adika Peter-McNeilly’s take on the OUA championships this weekend, and so much more.
Ryerson Student group R.U. Veg is asking, is the fur trim worth the tag? Ryersonian TV’s Joseph Wong has the story.
A Ryerson fashion design alumna, Alex Armata is nominated for the 2017 Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards (CAFA). Returning to her Ajax, Ont. home after a night out on Jan. 30, Armata found out about her nomination after the CAFA nominee announcement at the Distillery District’s Thompson Landry Gallery. “I just saw an e-mail from Robert Ott, the head […]
Twelve of the 29 films being screened at the Toronto Youth Shorts Film Festival were produced by Ryerson students or recent grads.
Ryersonian TV’s Laura Woodward breaks down the latest news in the world of business in the time it takes her to finish a beer. Justin Trudeau’s visit to the White House, Popeye’s potential acquisition, and Canada Goose’s IPO are all on tap for this week’s episode of business over beers.
Watch this week’s campus news on Ryersonian TV. This week, we look at the passing of Stuart McLean, more clashes between pro and anti abortion groups on campus and how Trump’s Muslim ban is still being felt at Ryerson.
In the film, Batman is trying to once again save Gotham City from utter demise. This time, the Joker and his band of villains are threatening to blow up the fictional city with an underwater bomb. The Joker’s incentive? To get Batman to acknowledge their “hate relationship,” which looks a lot like love. The dynamic between the Joker (Zach Galifianakis) […]
Deena Shaffer talks about Mood Routes and why taking a break and getting closer to nature will improve your overall health. Ryersonian TV’s Iva Celebic and Madison Good have the story.
In the final week of January, Digital Media Zone (DMZ) executive director Abdullah Snobar presented the upcoming five-year plan of the incubator’s development at a Ryerson Board of Directors meeting. According to Snobar, the cornerstone of this plan will be the startups DMZ plans to support in the years to come and how Ryerson’s zone learning program can participate. “We […]
“More wins than last season” has been the commonly-stated goal of both Ryerson Rams curling teams when discussing this year’s Ontario University Athletics (OUA) championship. After the first day of competition, however, it’s clear that this goal could be more of a challenge than expected. The women’s team won big and lost big to start the tournament at 1-1, while […]
Reading, working, travelling, snoring. However you choose to spend your study week, try to take a break from the daily grind long enough to practice some self-care. Next week is Ryerson’s second study week of the 2016-2017 year for most students, a luxury that not all universities across Ontario enjoy. Though most do have breaks in their winter semesters, schools […]