Pictured, Gould Street as it stands pre-construction. (Talia Boettinger/Ryersonian) Ryerson is moving forward with campus revitalization aimed to enhance the pedestrian zone and increase accessibility, says Nic de Salaberry, director,…
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Students and staff on Ryerson’s campus know it as Lake Devo. But to the skateboarders who have frequented the space for decades, it’s affectionately called “the pond.” But with large sections of Gould Street undergoing construction and limited space available to pedestrians, Ryerson says it’s time to enforce the rules and make the area a pedestrian-only zone.
Businesses on the southeast corner of Yonge and Gerrard Streets are closing up shop to make way for a new condominium development. (Mira Nabulsi/Ryersonian) Businesses on the southeast corner of…
Ryerson University’s Faculty of Communication and Design (FCAD) creative zones will finally have their own space.
Currently 110 Bond St. is being renovated to become the central space for the zones and is projected to be complete by spring 2018. Charles Falzon, dean of FCAD, said the renovation will create a more innovative space for the zones to collaborate.
A student’s shoulders dropped slightly when he entered room 239 in Ryerson’s Kerr Hall South. Scanning from left to right over the frame of his glasses, he looked for a proper seat, but his search came up short. His midterm was about to begin.
He resorted to a lone seat in the path of the doorway. It was clearly brought in separately and was far too small for a comfortable fit, but at least it had a desk attachment.