Six city and campus events to catch in March

(By: Subi Anandarajah) By March, students are balancing classes, assignments, extracurriculars, and their social lives. If you’re in need of a change from your regular pattern, look no further. Here’s our selection of six events to check out this month around campus and downtown Toronto. International Women’s Day at Ryerson It’s time to show our support for women with International Women’s Day at Ryerson! Head … Continue reading Six city and campus events to catch in March

Six city and campus events to catch in February

(By: Subi Anandarajah) With assignments piling up and midterms approaching, February can be a stressful month for students. It’s time to take a break and mark your calendars. Good times lie ahead at Ryerson and in Toronto, starting with our pick of six events you won’t want to miss this month. 2018 Winter Olympics at the SLC Eager for a chance to show your Canadian … Continue reading Six city and campus events to catch in February

New pizza restaurant open near campus

(By: Jonathan Bradley) Hungry Ryerson students looking for cheap meals now have one more option to add to their list. Pizza chain Pi Co. opened its third location this Tuesday on University Avenue and Adelaide Street West, less than 20 minutes away from campus. To celebrate their grand opening, Pi Co. gave out free margherita pizza for three hours and 14 minutes – a reference to the … Continue reading New pizza restaurant open near campus

Six city and campus events to catch in January

(By: Subi Anandarajah) January not only marks the beginning of a new year but also the start of winter semester. Now is the perfect time to explore the opportunities that await you at Ryerson and around Toronto. Kick off 2018 by attending events and celebrating new interests. Start with this listing of six events to take a look at in January. Free Demo Week at … Continue reading Six city and campus events to catch in January

Toronto’s first ever inverted Christmas tree lit up

(By: Jonathan Bradley) The first ever inverted Christmas tree in Toronto was lit up last week at QRC West to bring the old and new together, said the chief operating officer of the restaurant who put it up. Chris Glaessel, who has been with Ricarda’s restaurant for eight months, said that the design of the office tower – an old-fashioned brick building and modern atrium – … Continue reading Toronto’s first ever inverted Christmas tree lit up

Six city and campus events to catch in December

(By: Sherina Harris) What do holiday crafts, light displays and dinosaurs have in common? They’re all related to events you can attend this month at Ryerson and in Toronto. ‘Tis the season for holiday fun, so step away from your cue cards and study notes for a while and enjoy the best of what your school and city have to offer. Here’s a roundup of … Continue reading Six city and campus events to catch in December