Here are some handy apps you’ll need this school year.
Whether you are working to pay off your student debt, or just looking for some extra cash, it’s necessary for many students to have a job during the school year. As a student, there are some difficulties in not only getting a job, but also keeping one. Here are some tips.
Your OneCard is not just your identity; it’s also the key to student discounts across the city. From transit to clothing, here are the top discounts your Ryerson OneCard offers.
Finding your community on campus can be one of the most rewarding ways to survive university.
The Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) didn’t waste any time getting their name plastered on every newspaper in Toronto. In case you missed it, here’s the rundown of what happened this summer.
Check out this week’s editorial by Editor-in-Chief Sierra Bein.
But forget all that. The Eyeopener has provided five facts about Ryerson that you don’t really need to know but we are going to tell you anyway.
Motions, abstentions, amendments — heck, even amending amendments to the amendment are terms that get thrown around at student group meetings.
“Beyond the colour of flowers, or beyond the colour of skin tone”
“I miss my family immensely”
“I just wanted to make something that was fun”
“We don’t need anything new”
“It’s a rebellion against my upbringing”
As the sun faded, the group worked to build the fire they needed to dry their gear. It took three days for Field and the others to portage over the unforgiving whitewater strip
Turns out they not only taste disgusting, but they’re hella expensive (and increasingly invading Toronto, too? What’s that all about?)
Dozens gathered around the 61 pieces of artwork displayed at the Art Square Gallery on March 30
Sean Cooper set a daunting goal for himself roughly four years after graduating from Ryerson’s business management program—to have his mortgage paid off by the time Star Wars Episode VII came out.
The bulk of his savings went to rent—$940 a month, plus utilities, food, internet and his phone bill—which left him with only $20 to live off until his OSAP came through
My peers “busy brag” too. Who slept the least? Who worked the hardest? We talk about our unhealthy habits like it’s something to be proud of when in reality, it would probably be better for everyone if we slept more
Everyone has a different threat model, and with the right information, we can all better evaluate what kind of protection makes sense for us
Igs Magnum is someone who maths for a living. Here’s what he had to say about the app: “A solid six out of 10, or three out of five. It’s important to reduce your fractions. You should always reduce your fractions”
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Stefanakou designed and created a 3D-printed black, lace-like crop top for her thesis project before graduating from the fashion communication program in 2016—FCAD gave her $500 for it
The federal government announced $8.6 million in new funding for a Toronto youth employment program that helps struggling youth get into the workforce
It is not the fact that I can’t walk that disables me, rather it’s the stairs between me and where I want to go; it’s the attitudes of those who consider me less capable because I can’t walk
The Eyeopener has created our first ever accessibility issue. We cover a range of access issues on campus and share some personal stories from some cool individuals
“Despite studying hard and having an academic accommodation that provided her with more time to write, she looked down at her exam and couldn’t make sense of any of the sentences”
“My name is Victoria Lacey, I am 16 years old and I have a very rare, genetic disease called Spinal Muscular Atrophy. As I am getting older and becoming more alert as to how venues deal with disabled fans, I am becoming aware that we are actually very discriminated against”
Reclaiming madness: figuring out my relationship with mental health, family and identityView Post
“We need more critical reflection on how our government is operating, we need to allow students to challenge this”
International Women’s Day at Ryerson: working towards equity on campusView Post
Attendees were reminded of Stephen Harper’s proposal to ban niqabs and Kelly Leitch’s plan to implement a Canadian values screening test for immigrants
My earliest memory of Toronto was seeing Honest Ed’s for the first time
Reporting on student politics is more interesting than I expected it to be. It’s essentially a soap opera with too many seasons, and I get to play Big Brother
Is casual sex empowering? Or is it belittling?
We wanted to showcase what love looks and feels like for different people. No clichés. Not a Valentine’s ad. Just a human look at what love means
The past few weeks have seen a lot of chaos surrounding 6 Fest—or, as some students have started calling it, “6 Mess”
You don’t read the news to find lies, you read it for the truth. The cold hard facts, not the “alternative facts”
There’s something about the Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) election that puts me and my cynical brain in an especially pleasant mood
My brother is convinced I do something illegal online. He thinks that because I talk to my friends with encrypted messaging apps and use a VPN to hide my web browsing, I must have something to hide
Each month, I’m commuting for 48 hours, or 2,880 minutes. That’s two days. Two days of just getting somewhere. And all for the low, low price of $149.60 a month
I was educated on what concussions are, but I wasn’t warned about what they can do to you long term, both physically and mentally
Couchsurfing offers students a new wave in travelView Post
Writers come together at Sister Writes to use their craft as catharsisView Post
It’s recommended that university students get at least eight hours of sleep each night… but that doesn’t seem to be happening very often
Why aren’t there more women in science and engineering programs?
A tiny house can be as small as 80 square feet, or as big as 160. But these aren’t shitty live-in closets without kitchens or cutlery drawers
To test out the sharing economy, we convinced Sidney Drmay to abandon money and live off of trades for a week. They learned that people are flaky and candles are worth their weight in tall cans
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After spending an “exorbitant amount of money” on some very sub-par soup, I decided to have a sit-down interview with myself
As the noodles were cooking, Johns got a light carbonara sauce going, and things got, “a little spicy! That’s all I’m going to say”
“My mom isn’t really a fan of this whole thing, but my dad thinks it’s pretty great”
An ode to Bob, the gold fish, who passed away just before Nowruz and left a fish-shaped shadow on our celebration
“I woke up feeling all warm and fuzzy, like I always do when I think of my good pal Shel, and I just thought I would try and share that feeling with all of Ryerson”
Because you’re better than other people, even when you’re gross and sweaty
Satire: the “drinkable course microchips” have been a blessing to students ever since they got on the market, but professors are not so content
Toronto police Sgt. Eduardo Miranda will face a disciplinary hearing due to use of “excessive force” during an arrest made on Ryerson campus in January
Fatah was scheduled to speak on behalf of the Canada Indian Foundation (CIF) as part of a speaker series, that has now been relocated to Sheridan college.
John Austin will serve as Ryerson University’s interim vice-provost students starting July 31 after Heather Lane Vetere resigned from the position earlier this month.
The RSU’s July board meeting was marked by tensions on the “Colonialism 150” statement and a motion to suspend work with the UTSU
The meeting was ruled out of order because there was insufficient notice given to the board
Having an Indigenous friend won’t save you this time, Egerton.
Some RSU executives and board members say they weren’t notified of Colonialism 150 campaign
RSU’s Canada 150 statement causes tension among the boardView Post
The former Ryerson men’s basketball team captain played four seasons with the Rams, leading them to their first two OUA titles to along with three medals at the U Sports Final 8.
Ryerson men’s basketball head coach Roy Rana and recruit Jordan Henry helped Canada’s U19 men’s basketball team to its first world title on Sunday, beating Italy in the FIBA U19 World Cup Finals with a decisive 79-60 win.
Four Ryerson athletes will represent Canada at the 2017 Summer Universiade
For the third consecutive year, Ryerson men’s basketball recruit Jordan Henry will play for Team Canada on the world stage
After getting eliminated from the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) playoffs in April, the Rams men’s hockey team have recruited five new players
The Rams women’s and men’s hockey teams received a donation of $1 million that will be used for team development, player recruitment and financial awards for student-athletes
Every year, the Sports Media Awards recognize outstanding video production work done by college students across Canada and the U.S. The content selected ranges from live-game production to marketing campaigns, and the awards can act as a solid springboard for any student interested in working in sport media.
During her career, she has played in Montenegro, Chile and Mexico representing Canada. Soon, the former Ryerson standout hopes to add Tokyo to that list
[Video] Men’s basketball: Rams edge Saint Mary’s in U Sports quarter-final, advance to semisView Post
Ryerson will advance to face McMaster after the second time in the 2016-2017 season of coming back from a 2-0 deficit
Ryerson wins 25-23, 26-24, 25-20 and sweeps Guelph for the second time in the 2016-2017 year
Ryerson associate professor Anton de Ruiter received the money from federal funding for research into guidance, navigation, and control systems for spacecraft
When The Trash Starts Piling up: Going Waste Free for a WeekView Post
[Video] Men’s playoff basketball: Rams book ticket to Final Four with win over NipissingView Post
Matt Mistele scored the opening goal of the game in the second period, but Justice Dundas and Mike Christou both scored and Blake Richard made 32 saves
Welcome to episode two of The Eyeopener’s new web series ‘Eyes on Rye’