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Mixed doubles curling event brings hope for Ryerson Rams curler, Audrey Wallbank

Mixed doubles curling event brings hope for Ryerson Rams curler, Audrey Wallbank

The 2018 Winter Olympic Games have officially come to an end and Ryerson Rams curling team member, Audrey Wallbank, was most excited to watch the mixed doubles  curling tournament. “I play mixed doubles, as well as regular curling, so I watched the Olympic events as well as the Canadian qualifiers,” said Wallbank. Wallbank, now 19 years old has been curling […]

by Chelsea Lecce· · Sports, students
Internet-based 911 service may be catching on for some students, but they should stay cautious

Internet-based 911 service may be catching on for some students, but they should stay cautious

Internet-based phone services  are becoming more popular, but those switching over from traditional phone service plans may not be aware of the emergency call delays. “During an emergency, time is priceless for someone who is hoping help is on the way,” said Peel Regional Police constable, Iryna Yashnyk. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) allows for people to make phone calls […]

by Chelsea Lecce· · News, students
Ryerson’s upcoming law school: Coding boot-camps and law entrepreneurship

Ryerson’s upcoming law school: Coding boot-camps and law entrepreneurship

Ryerson University is on track for creating a new generation of lawyers. With a focus on technology, innovation and entrepreneurship, Ryerson’s upcoming Juris Doctor (J.D.) program is positioning itself as a unique alternative to existing law schools in Ontario. Students will use classroom technology to innovate and participate in a mandatory coding boot-camp. “Coding is so central to understanding the […]

by Rasha Rehman· · education, News, On Campus, Politics, students
TORONTO, ON - Jan 14, 2017 : Ontario University Athletics Women's Hockey game action between the Ryerson Rams and the Waterloo Warriors.  
(Photo by Alex D'Addese/Ryerson Rams Athletics)

Joint Korean women’s hockey team confirmed by IOC, featuring Ryerson alumna Danelle Im

With news of North and South Korea creating a united  women’s hockey roster at the 2018 Winter Olympics, Ryerson women’s hockey alumna and South Korean player, Danelle Im, is caught in the middle of history. Im will be part of a hockey team that unites sworn geo-political enemies, at a time when international tensions are especially high. When Im, a […]

by Anders Marshall· · Hockey, Sports, students
Ryerson graduate nominated for Canadian Screen Awards

Ryerson graduate nominated for Canadian Screen Awards

Lisa Rideout, Ryerson graduate and founder of Lifted Eyes Media, has been nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for Best Short Documentary. Her documentary, Take a Walk on the Wildside, was premièred at Hot Docs and screened at festivals in 2017. Rideout told the Ryersonian she wanted to challenge viewers’ stereotypes using an empathetic lens through her inside look into Toronto’s cross-dressing […]

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