Too good for their own good

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Because Ryerson’s programs focus on career training, many students manage to secure their dream job – or something resembling it – before they get their degree. It begs the question: does a degree really matter if you already have a job? Amanda-Marie Quintino reports.

Rams fumble, tumble in finals

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Last season, with Ryerson’s first ever OUA title hanging in the balance, the Rams’ men’s volleyball team faced off against Queen’s University and with everything on the line, they choked.

Working in the Shadows

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The actors aren’t the only ones who feel the pressure when the curtains rise. Samantha Saunders delves into the unseen world of production crew for Ryerson’s first theatre show o the year; Caucasian Chalk Circle.

The Salon Selectives

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The hunt for enlightenment in Toronto can be tedious at best. So, Julia Belluz went to the opening night of Salon Voltaire, an pen lecture series for anyone in the mood to muse – and eat soft-boiled eggs.