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This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Mass Exodus fashion show. It began as an exhibit in 1988 and is now a top fashion event in Ryerson, still showcasing Ryerson talent.
Online fundraising sites like kickstarter.com can help students to fund projects.
Everyone loves freebies, here are some of the best Ryerson has to offer students!
Emmy award-winning director of 'Six Gestures,' Patricia Rozema, stopped by Ryerson in February as part of the Kodak Lecture Series. By Vajiha Sipra.
Rebecca Williams reviews the Cardio Pump class at the MAC.
Ryersonian reporter, Robin Tarnowetzki sat down for an interivew with Rachel from the Avenue, a show produced by Ryerson RTA students. They talked about the show and how audiences are reacting to it.
Feist, The Sheepdogs and Justin Bieber win awards at the 2012 Juno Awards.
The 41st annual Juno awards take place on Sunday April 1st and
Ryersonian reporter Roohi Sahajpal takes a look at what you can expect
at this years awards show. Music journalist and Ryersonian Arts and Life
Editor Melody Lau joins in on the discussion.
The Ryersonian reviews the five albums that are up for Album of the Year and our pick for who should win the award.
This years International Diaspora Film Festival, which took place from November 1 to 6, included a Ryerson-sponsored
series of six short and feature films by Muslim and Arab women.
Ryersonian Staff member Josh O'Kane shares his review of William Shatner's Thursday night performance at Massey Hall.
Ryerson film student Davina Rimmer is gearing up to start
filming her adaptation of Australian author Peter Carey’s short story, Happy Story.
META:2011 showcased the work of 14 technologically innovative artists
this past weekend at Arta Gallery in the Distillery District.
Second and third-year students gear up to have their designs hit the Wanderlust runway.
Fourth-year designers gear up to showcase collections in Mass Exodus, Canada's largest student-run fashion show.
The ’50s are known for Hollywood glamour, rock ’n’ roll and the
golden era of television. This is what Trumptown Productions, a group of
six radio and television arts (RTA) students at Ryerson, is trying to
bring back for the 35th annual Television And Radio Awards (TARAs).
This week, Kailah Bharath heads to Oasis Skateboard Factory to meet Craig Morrison, the founder of a program that has high school students making and designing skateboards, and earning credits for it.
Ryerson students spread the word about real-world issues at the 24-hour Hackathon Event.
Davida profiles Second City Actress, Allison Price.
Kailah Bharath chats with Jacqui Burke, a play director and founder of the Shakespeare is Boffo kids camp.
Audience members cheered,
clapped and gasped, at Ryerson Theatre School's annual dance production Choreographic Works.
April is national poetry month. Ryerson is holding a haiku contest in light of this, with entries due before midnight on Friday, April 5. Matthew Humphries, a second year English major at Ryerson recently wrote a poem that takes a deeper look into both life and death.
Storyteller says writing is a rare gift that can't be taught. By Amanda Macchia.
Q&A with Douglas Coupland before his talk at Ryerson. Also included is a live blog of the event as it was happening with picture and more quotes. Ryersonian Staff/Robin Tarnowetzki.