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Have you ever wondered what Ryerson's campus looks like in 360 degrees? (Oriena Vuong)

Communism still present on campuses 100 years after the Russian Revolution

Last week was the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, a historic event that changed the dynamic of modern politics.  

It started in October of 1917 in Russia when the Bolsheviks, a working-class movement that was part of the Russian Social Democratic Party, rose against the government and took control of the Russian State.  

by Ricardo Serrano· · Features
(Cartoon by Brooke Taylor)

More zones means less student space at Ryerson

As the famous philosopher Kanye West once said, “don’t let me get in my zone.”

More like “Ryerson won’t let me get into the zones.” In a school hard-pressed for space, why are we constantly giving it up to outside groups?  

by Brooke Taylor· · On Campus, Opinion
According to a recent Statistics Canada study, there are 5.9 unemployed university graduates per job requiring a degree. (Photo by Ammi Parmar)

From graduate, to starving artist

What’s a liberal arts degree worth these days? According to current studies, not much.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Arts & Life
(Graphic by Ammi Parmar)

Self-design degrees: The way of the future or a waste of time?

In the era of millennials, universities and colleges are looking for programs that fit today’s diverse labour market.

by Ricardo Serrano· · Arts & Life
Photo by Aidan Macnab

EDITORIAL: No ‘two sides’ in OPSEU strike

Four weeks in, Ontario college faculty (including some at Ryerson) and librarians are still in a dispute with the College Employer Council and so far, the response from students has been annoyance and indignation at both sides.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Editorial, Opinion
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