Some students had a change of heart on pursuing a law minor after seeing the list of courses required to obtain it
Weed legalization is only a few months away, and some students think Ryerson should be educating on it. However, the university’s cannabis policies are still up in the air
Research has shown scrolling through your phone in class can distract other students, or even the instructor. As Ryerson continues to embed technology into its curriculum, can using classroom technology encourage the same behaviour?
In honour of the Science Issue out this week, Ear-opener host Michael D’Alimonte speaks with Eye photo editor Kosalan Kathiramalanathan about why nurses and nursing programs in general should be considered within the same ranks as science, engineering, technology and math
William Wolfe-Wylie, coder at CBC and a Ryerson contract lecturer, gives us tips on how to reduce how to navigate social media
Science SHOULD be exciting. After all, it consists of the very building blocks of our universe. Every bite of food you eat, or every step you take, science is there
Ryerson grad Adrian Tang tells The Eyeopener about how his technology is used to detect life on foreign planets