In my last semester at Ryerson, I’m thinking about how I might have done things differently
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Jan. 29, 2017 is a day that Muslims across the country will never forget
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Ryerson’s wellness messaging is falling flat for some students amidst increased COVID-19 mental health concerns
Ryerson University’s wellness messages to its student community is falling flat for some students amid increased COVID-19 mental health concerns. As virtual learning becomes the new normal, support from Ryerson doesn’t seem to be changing.
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US just welcomes its first female vice president. Canada, on the other hand, still lags behind the UN’s threshold for female representation in political decision-making.
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Joe Biden’s inauguration as the 46th president of the United States offers Americans a moment of reflection amidst the chaos of U.S. politics. Ryersonian reporter and American citizen Frank Quaranta feels conflicted.