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Ryerson therapy dogs still going strong in third year

After a strong start in 2013, the program is still a popular way to de-stress from demanding school schedules and course work and is widely used by students and faculty alike.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Arts & Life
4 ways to beat back-to-school blues

4 ways to beat back-to-school blues

Going back to school can be stressful, here’s four ways to take care of your mental health.

by Nicole Abi-Najem· · Arts & Life, Videos
Students take a “paws” with therapy dogs

Students take a “paws” with therapy dogs

Over 260 students attended the therapy dogs event that took place in the lower gym yesterday. Students petted and interacted with dogs to relieve some stress. This is the fourth event hosted by the Access Centre, Ryerson security and the counselling centre, since starting back in October 2013.

by Tanya Cruz· · News, On Campus, Top stories
Four-legged therapists

Four-legged therapists

Furry four-legged pooches are coming back to campus Thursday. Certified therapy dogs will be on site for students to pet and interact with in hopes of relieving some built-up stress. This is the fourth event hosted by the Access Centre, Ryerson security and the Counselling Centre since October of last year. Bronwyn Dickson, a counsellor at Ryerson and one of […]

by Tanya Cruz· · Arts & Life, Health, Top stories
Around Campus: Feb. 10-16

Around Campus: Feb. 10-16

For advocates of diversity: Join the Tri-Mentoring Program as they present Being Disabled at Work: Narratives of Disability in the Workplace. Taking place on Feb. 10 at 3 p.m. in POD 250, the hour-long discussion and Q-and-A will be followed by another hour of group work. Discover ways to empower and promote accessibility for all students around campus. Visiting practitioner Cathy Crowe […]

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