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The Ryerson Rams hoped to bounce back after yesterday’s tough loss to Carleton University as they faced off against the Ottawa Gee-Gees in the Wilson Cup’s bronze medal game Saturday night. But instead, the Gee-Gees used a commanding second half performance to seal a 79-66 victory
Who knew immigrating to Canada could end up being what inspires your future career? This is the case for Taraneh Etemadi, a 26-year-old master’s student at Ryerson University.
By Karoun Chahinian Spoken word artists, rappers, poets and musicians celebrated black voices, stories and culture Wednesday at These Words Of Mine, a Black History Month event at the Ryerson Student Centre. “Black History Month is about creating events that centralize the voices of black folks and that’s not a thing that happens often,” said…
Ryerson is a whole different place in the winter. Photographer Chris Blanchette went on another heroic excursion around campus to capture the beauty of Ryerson during snowfall
Students at Ryerson University redefine the hijab as today, World Hijab Day, invites both Muslims and non-Muslims to partake in the practice of covering one’s head
Monday, Jan. 12, kicked off the Ryerson Students’ Union’s Winter Week of Welcome 2015