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Annual Student Award Ceremony

The Annual Student Award Ceremony takes place every year during the School’s summer institute. It highlights an amazing collection of students and supporters of the School of Disability Studies. 374 more words

Assisted dying consultation launched

OTTAWA – The make-up of a new panel tasked with running consultations on doctor-assisted death is drawing the ire of some groups who are concerned about bias. 645 more words

News

Hitchhiking robot embarking on coast-to-coast tour across US

Image Credit: The Washington Post

BOSTON (AP) — With its thumb raised skyward and a grin on its digital face, the robotic creation of two researchers in Canada is about to start a hitchhiking journey across the U.S. 538 more words

Science

Introducing the Special Topics Course Participants for Reproduction of Historic Dress

by Ingrid Mida, Fashion Research Collection Co-ordinator

I would like to introduce the new special topics course in the School of Fashion called: Reproducing Historic Dress… 360 more words

Ryerson Fashion Research Collection

Graduating students perspectives

This speech was written and delivered at the Annual Student Award Ceremony by graduating students, Kim Collins and Paris Master-McRae.

KIM: Good afternoon everyone. Paris and I are truly honoured to be jointly receiving the Malcolm Jeffreys Memorial Leadership Award and to have to opportunity to speak with you today. 2,078 more words

School Of Disability Studies

COLLEGE GROUP WARNS WHITES THEIR GROUP IS TAKING UP SPACE

The Social Memo: “The “Racialised Students’ Collective” of Ryerson University is warning “whites/non-racialised people” that their “race and ethnicity is taking up space and silencing others.” The Social Memo was the first site to report on the campaign. 79 more words

Politics

Poetry Submission by Paul Harper

Ryerson English major Paul Harper is back with a new poem that seamlessly blends relationship domesticity with drug dependency that is less than voluntary. Check it out below. 90 more words

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