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(Eunice Kim/Ryersonian Staff)

John Tory speaks at TRSM conference

Toronto Mayor John Tory stopped by Ryerson on Wednesday to deliver a keynote speech at a conference on urban development. The conference – called Working Together in the Public Interest: Private-Public Partnerships and City-Building – was held at the Ted Rogers School of Management and hosted a series of panels with experts discussing topics related to city development and the […]

by Jacqueline Tucci· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
Krista Robinson/ Ryersonian Staff

Volleyball player organizes stem cell drive

This past Thursday, working with Ryerson labour rights advocate Winnie Ng, volleyball player Erica Naccarato combined the traditional “What’s your type?” event, with OneMatch, the Canadian Blood Services’ stem cell registry.

by Krista Robinson· · Health, Sports, Volleyball

Interview with Gizelle Lao: TEDxRyersonU Speaker

Gizelle Lao is the winner of the TedX RyersonU Speaker Auditions. She’ll be speaking at the official event tomorrow at the fifth annual TedX Ryerson event.

by Alisha Sawhney· · News, Videos
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
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
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