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Alright Let's Talk

This post was written by current student, Nicole Meehan, for the course Writing for Disability Activism.

Take One – October 7, 2014 12:34 pm

Let’s start by walking down the hallway together. 752 more words

Are promoted Twitter campaigns worth it?

Promoted tweets, accounts and trends are of great value to Twitter and the industry of strategic public relations planning. They all serve different purposes, of course. 841 more words

CDPR 108

Booze before bedtime disrupts restful sleep, scientists suggest

WATCH ABOVE: A new study suggests that drinking alcohol before bedtime disrupts your sleep.

TORONTO – Does a glass of red wine help you get to sleep? 432 more words

News

Kids who play outdoors solo more active: study

TORONTO – Children permitted to play outdoors on their own or with friends are getting more physical activity than kids who are constantly supervised, a new Canadian study suggests. 689 more words

Health

About Me

My name is Andrew Roberts and I am a journalism student at Ryerson University in Toronto. I am a regular contributor to Hooked on Hockey Magazine, and bleed blue and white no matter the score or standings. 41 more words

Andrew Roberts

Ryerson photo exhibits explore two sides of 'glamorous women'

Photo exhibits opening at Ryerson University are designed to challenge ways women are represented in society.

Through a series of photographs and short videos, the university’s Image Centre is presenting the Hollywood’s side of a modern glamorous woman and challenging the same typecast. 259 more words

Toronto

A Message from a Student

This post was written by current student Seija Korpela.

I find the words transition and acclimatizing to the Disability Studies program very interesting.  I have just completed DST 501 and my personal experiences included excitement with an equally powerful discomforting/unsettling feeling. 1,296 more words

Disability Studies