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Ryerson wants a new community care degree

Ryerson University is proposing to create Canada’s first graduate degree that specifically addresses management of home and community care beginning fall 2018.

by Emma King· · Arts & Life
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Movember foundation sparks conversation on men’s suicide prevention

What began as a joke among friends in an Australian bar in 2003 has grown to become a campaign aimed at preventing suicide in men around the world.

by Nicholas Baxter· · Arts & Life
Saba Moghani for humans of Ryerson. (Photo by Ammi Parmar)

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Where Gould and Church Street meet, you will find Ryerson’s George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre, the home for the many different sectors of engineering. With large lecture rooms and engineering labs, most students will find themselves with a class in this building at some point in their academic careers.

by Ammi Parmar· · Arts & Life, Humans of Ryerson
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
Users can upload their nude images to Facebook and flag them as ‘non-consensual’. (Photo by Natasha Hermann)

Facebook wants your nudes

The social media giant is launching a pilot project that encourages users to send their intimate photos to the company in an effort to prevent online revenge porn. To preemptively stop a potential nude leaker, users can give their photos to Facebook via messenger and tag the photo as a non-consensual file. Facebook will digitally track the photo with metadata technology to prevent others from uploading the image.

by Michelle McNally· · Arts & Life
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